2020 has been a terrible year for everyone, including travellers, not being able to wander to different parts of the world and shut inside a local territory. But now, as people are trying to get back to their normal routines, and travellers starting on planning their flights, Emirates has come up with an interesting offer for its customers travelling to Dubai. They call it – “Your first nights on us”.
In partnership with Dubai’s Department of Tourism, Emirates has presented this offer of free hotel stays at the JW Marriott Marquis to its customers flying to Dubai. The offer stands from December 6, 2020, to February 28, 2021, for the bookings made until December 23, 2020. As per the offer, an economy class passenger gets a free night’s stay, whereas, for a business class or a first-class passenger, two complimentary nights’ stay is promised. The passengers can have the advantage of 24-hour check-in and check-out too.
In addition to the free hotel stays, Emirates has some more offers for its customers. If a passenger is flying back to North and South America or Africa, one extra piece of baggage can be included. And 10kg more baggage is allowed if a passenger is travelling to other destinations across the Emirates network. Emirates also has put forward their new multi-risk travel insurance and Covid-19 coverage. The airline company will cover customers’ medical expenses and quarantine costs in case they contract Covid-19 during their flight.
Talking about the free hotel stays scheme, Helal Saeed Almarri, Director General, Dubai’s Department of Tourism and Commerce Marketing said, “Going into 2021, Dubai will continue to strengthen its offering for business and leisure visitors with the launch of new facilities and attractions, as well as the return of world-class conferences, events and festivals including the iconic Dubai Shopping Festival, and the first ever World Expo to be held in this region.” Furthermore, he expressed, “We are pleased to work closely with our strategic partner Emirates on its latest global campaign, as we look forward to welcoming international travellers to make Dubai their destination of choice this winter.”
Adnan Kazim, Emirates’ chief commercial officer said: “Dubai remains one of the most attractive global destinations, and we see strong interest and steady growth in bookings to Dubai from across our network and particularly from Europe.” Also highlighting the ambition of the offer made by Emirates, he added, “With our latest campaign, we aim to reignite the magic of travel and put Dubai foremost in the minds of people around the world seeking a winter getaway.”
It is clear that Dubai wants to get back to its normal ways of business and tourism. And with this tempting offer of free night stays at a 5-star hotel, Emirates is calling out the businessmen and tourists to book a ticket to Dubai.