Emirati hotels provide free accommodation for residents affected by the UAE floods

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Free hotel stays for residents of the UAE, as well as repairs for electrical devices that have been damaged.

Emirati hotels and companies are supporting those affected by the UAE rains.

We are offering support to individuals affected by the rains in the United Arab Emirates.

These endeavors are part of the commitments made by the local businesses to provide assistance to the community of the UAE during times of need.

Major floods have impacted residents of the United Arab Emirates due to record rains this week. Some hotels and electronic companies have come out to offer their assistance to those affected.

Some hotels are providing free or discounted rates to residents who have been affected by the rains, while Jumbo Electronics, a large retailer of electronic goods, is offering free servicing to customers whose equipment has been damaged as a result of what has happened this week.

Stressing the significant role private organizations can play in assisting affected individuals and providing a helping hand during difficult times is crucial. These activities are part of the pledges made by local businesses to support the community of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) during times of crisis.

However, in response to the current economic climate, some hotels have increased their rates.

Hotels that provide free accommodation for families affected by the rain in the Emirates.

Families affected by the rain can receive free lodging at certain hotels in the Emirates.

The founder and chairman of Al Habtoor Group, Khalaf Ahmad Al Habtoor, made the announcement on Friday that the company will supply hotel rooms to families who have been affected by the disaster.

"A number of Emirati families from Dubai whose homes were damaged in the rains have already been hosted at the group's hotels in Al Habtoor City on Sheikh Zayed Road," he added. The rains displaced these families.

Additionally, Al Habtoor said that financial assistance of Dh17 million would be provided to Emirati families in order to repair damage to their homes.

Al Habtoor, a well-known philanthropist, recently made news for his efforts to sponsor and facilitate the completion of higher education for Afghan women in Dubai. He received financial assistance for this endeavor. Al Habtoor Group, one of the largest family-owned enterprises in the United Arab Emirates, employs thousands of people and has interests in the hospitality, automobile, car leasing, real estate, education, and publishing industries.

The effects of the recent weather conditions will not prevent Al Habtoor from hosting weddings for the inhabitants of Al Lisaili at his hotel. This will prevent him from having to postpone any already booked ceremonies.

The objective of these efforts, according to Khalaf Al Habtoor, is to make certain that every family that has been impacted by the emergency is safe and stable and that they are able to get their lives back on track as quickly as possible.

"Within our modest means, we stand side by side with government agencies and charitable organizations to face the challenges posed by nature and promote the spirit of cooperation and solidarity that is one of the core values of UAE society," he said in addition.

Premier Inn Middle East has announced a special weekly hotel rate to help Dubai residents affected by the recent storm who need a safe and affordable place to stay.

A branch of Premier Inn is located in Dubai, Silicon Oasis.

Beginning on Friday, April 19, and continuing until May 5, the weekly rate for seven nights is available at the Dragon Mart property for Dh1,250, and at the Silicon Oasis hotel for the brand, it begins at Dh1,300 from Friday, April 19. In addition, residents will receive a discount of twenty percent on all beverages and foods.

In the aftermath of the unprecedented storm that occurred this week, a great number of people in Dubai are experiencing difficulties.

"During these extraordinary times, we are committed to providing a safe and welcoming refuge for our community, as well as supporting our community," said Simon Leigh, managing director of Premier Inn Middle East.

Jumbo, a retailer of electronic goods, offered free repair and maintenance services for electronic appliances and devices damaged by this week's rains. Residents are able to bring their electronic equipment to Jumbo for repair or maintenance, regardless of the retailer from which they purchased it. In addition to offering a next-day home delivery service, Jumbo also offered exchange options for damaged or outdated gadgets.

Between the 18th and the 30th of April, this amenity is available between April 18th and April 30th.

Electronics companies provide free repair services for devices damaged by rain in the UAE.

Electronic firms in the United Arab Emirates offer free repair services for gadgets damaged by rain.

"We are aware of the distress that is associated with equipment that has been damaged. According to Vikas Chadha, the Chief Executive Officer of Jumbo Items Ltd., "We are extending our support by providing complimentary repair services for electronics that have been affected by the rains, beginning immediately." Chadha made this statement.

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