Park Regis Kris Kin Hotel, a vibrant hotel that connects historic and modern Dubai, has launched a stay package to support the recent government initiative of a Remote Work Visa and Multiple Entry Tourist Visa.
With an attractive monthly rate starting from AED4,350++ ($1,184++) per month, employees and tourists can stay in one of the hotel’s 384 rooms with complimentary high-speed internet and avail complimentary use of a small meeting room facility once a month, 30 per cent discount on Food and Beverage, 20 per cent off on Laundry and Dry Cleaning, a Dubai Parks and Resorts 30 per cent discount voucher, and access to the hotel’s gym and rooftop pool.
Those looking to stay longer and moving to Dubai through the Remote Work Visa program can obtain a one-time cashback of their $287 (AED1,100) visa cost when staying for a minimum of three months which can be used as hotel credit for any incremental charges applicable to dining, laundry, and other services utilised during the stay.
“We laud the government’s recent initiatives that allow employees and other nationalities to stay in the UAE and enjoy the country’s safe and attractive business and leisure environment. Park Regis Kris Kin Hotel is ready to welcome entrepreneurs and talents who would like to call the UAE home without the need for employment. Our facilities and our convenient location will boost their productivity while they experience a positive quality of life that the UAE offers,” said Colin A. Baker, Regional Director, Middle East, StayWell Hospitality Group.
The new Remote Work Visa program enables employees from around the world to work remotely from the UAE even if their companies are based outside of the country. The one-year visa allows foreigners to enter the UAE under self-sponsorship and work in line with terms and conditions issued with the visa.
A self-sponsored multiple-entry tourist visas for all nationalities was also approved allowing tourists to enter multiple times on self-sponsorship and remain in the country for 90 days on each visit, which can be extended for another 90 days.
Considered first of its kind in the region, the new visa programs aim to boost the competitiveness of the UAE’s tourism sector and support the national economy. - TradeArabia News Service