UAE-headquartered hospitality company, TIME Hotels, is ensuring guest safety is of paramount importance with a brand-new fire safety video.

The 3D animation video, which was made by Do Digital, lasts for two minutes and seven seconds and explains to guests general fire safety instructions and the steps they should take in the event of a fire,

It is in English with subtitled Arabic and also incorporates sign language at the top left-hand corner of the video.

The video will be available in every room in all TIME Hotels properties throughout the UAE – a total of 859 rooms across its TIME Oak Hotel and Suites; TIME Grand Plaza Hotel; TIME Crystal Hotel Apartments; TIME Topaz Hotel Apartments and TIME Ruby Hotel Apartments.

TIME Hotels CEO, Mohamed Awadalla, said: “We are all fully aware of the devastation caused by fire and so it is absolutely vital that everyone in the hotel, both guests and staff members, are fully aware of what do to in event of a fire breaking out. Ensuring everyone at all of our hotels is safe and secure is our number one priority.”

 

About TIME Hotels

Established in 2012, TIME Hotels is a home-grown UAE hospitality success story with a current portfolio of 11 hotels, all of which are Green Key certified. Recognised as one of the most progressive hospitality group in the Middle East, TIME Hotels is committed to creating a sustainable future within the communities in which it operates through its CSR Label certification and Engage Dubai, both of which fall under the umbrella of the Dubai Chamber Commerce CSR Department. TIME Hotels is also actively involved in the CSR-focused ‘Tomorrow’s World’ website, which promotes responsible tourism and sustainability.

TIME Hotels’ portfolio includes hotels, hotel apartments and residences in the UAE including its flagship property, the 216-room TIME Oak Hotel & Suites located in the popular Barsha Heights of Dubai, and the 232-room TIME Grand Plaza Hotel, which is situated close to Dubai International Airport and central Sharjah.

 

Source: Shamal Communications