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Dubai Hotel Collection Unveils New 24-Hour Check In And Check Out Policy

By Sharelle Burt

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No more rushing or calling ahead to check-in to your hotel.

 

Hotels are finally getting rid of the exhausting process of checking in and checking out. Well, one hotel collection that is. The Zabeel House by Jumeirah, a collection of hotels in Dubai, is allowing guests to check in and out at any time of the day or night.

 

But there is a catch. Guests can take advantage of the new perk as long as they let the reception desk know 48-hours in advance. Simple enough. The offer is for travelers that book the Pocket and Popular room categories at Zabeel House MINI and Zabeel House AL Seef. The same offer stands for individual guests at the Jumeirah Creekside Hotel.

 

The Zabeel House is a different type of hotel collection. The brand prides itself of offering inexpensive accommodations in the midst of Dubai’s most eclectic neighborhoods. For the Mini Al Seef, guests are minutes away for the Spice Souq and the Al Fahidi Fort, a perfect spot with a family feel. The Greens gives off more grown and sexy vibes. Inspired by New York-style lofts and modern decor, Greens is not too far from Media City, where all of Dubai parties. On the fourth floor of the hotel, guests can relax in the pool surrounded by cabanas or get a massage and workout in the state-of-the-art gym.

 

This new age policy at the Zabeel House by Jumeirah is very similar to that of Airbnb, making check-in and check-out times more flexible.

 

Let’s hope that this policy works for them. They could raise the bar in check-in and check-out culture for other hotel collections like Hilton, Marriott and the Ritz, changing the game for future travelers worldwide.

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