Al Bandar Rotana, a five-star hotel with a prime waterfront outlook, has warmly welcomed the government’s announcement to lift capacity limits at shopping malls, entertainment and F&B venues, public transport and social gatherings from February 15.
Ayman Ashor, General Manager, Al Bandar Rotana and Al Bandar Arjaan by Rotana hotel, said that lifting restrictions would provide more avenues to accommodate more guests, host larger events and outside catering.
“This move will bring more business which will accelerate the economic growth after the pandemic. We look forward to ending this pandemic.”
“Easing restrictions is a clear indicator that the COVID 19 may soon be an endemic virus like any other viruses. We look forward to families and the general public enjoying each and every moment with their loved ones when they go out and celebrate the new norm.” Ashor added.
“The move would directly impact an increase in footfall as more consumers will be out and about. With fears allayed and rising consumer confidence in the healthcare system of the UAE, the move will no doubt increase revenue over all business sectors.”
“It’s a great move by the government, and we expect to see more family gatherings at our property.”
“We invite all the families, couples, business men and women to experience the most amazing Dubai skyline view from Al Bandar Rotana Hotel.”
“With an outstanding choice of venues and irresistible promotions, the hotel has got unique experiences waiting for you.”
“The Sunday Family brunch at Salt & Pepper. Guests can gather family and friends to indulge with scrumptious food and irresistible drinks.
A Lazy Saturday Brunch at Morgan’s Gastropub begins from a fresh salad to bite-sized appetizers, a variety of grills, and a wrap up with a half meter of your favorite desserts.
Guests can also impress their loved ones with the most scenic experience Day from Gusto Italian Restaurant.
Enjoy the most mesmerizing view of Burj Khalifa and Dubai Skylins from Gusto.
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