Dubai’s Hotels Transform To Attract Longer-stay Digital Nomads

longer-stay digital nomads

Leva will open a Resivation Managed in Dubai’s Al Furjan district this summer. As a result, the hotel turns its 150-key properties to attract longer-stay digital nomads.

According to the Dutch resume building platform resume.io, Dubai is the second most popular city for longer-stay digital nomads. Their analysis takes under examination data for 90,000 #digitalnomad posts, ranking the cities for freelancers in 2021. The report counts 27,007 Instagram users tagging #digitalnomad on their posts.

To clarify, Dubai’s popularity grew among remote workers and digital nomads after the UAE unveiled a one-year residency permit. In addition, the Visa expands a remote-working program unveiled in October. As a result of both programs, more longer-stay digital nomads moved to the emirate.

Dubai’s Al Furjan Transforms Its Rooms For Longer-stay Digital Nomads

AI Furjan aims to attract co-living colleagues; working couples; or individual professionals. With twin; double; and deluxe rooms, the hotel opens options for different budgets, starting at an introductory rate of AED1,849 per month.

Among the features, guests can have storage solutions; reading lights; desktops; mini-fridges; and smart TVs. Deluxe rooms also include a lounge area and open-air balconies.

The Resivation Managed By Leva also promotes a healthy work-life balance. In addition, the hotel offers: 

  • Gym and yoga studio 
  • Games room
  • Community kitchenette and laundry room
  • Grab-and-go facility
  • Rooftop shisha terrace for relaxed evenings

Attracting longer-stay digital nomads, Leva promotes an “all-inclusive bill” including rent; hotel utilities; wifi; housekeeping; and security. Further, guests can opt for meal plan subscriptions. Finally, there is a shuttle service to and from the Al Furjan metro station to make transportation more accessible and faster.

In conclusion, attracting longer-stay digital nomads is a popular solution to encourage traveling in pandemic times. So, following the global trend towards co-working spaces, Dubai transformed its facility to become the top hub for remote workers. 

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