Hotel beaches in Dubai have recently reopened to guests that have checked in for a stay, with Covid-19 restrictions in place.
However, Jumeirah Al Naseem, a hotel offering Eid staycations that is committed to ensuring safe social distancing, is offering a "daycation" deal.
In a nutshell, guests can check into the hotel for the day, with full use of a room, and take advantage of the open amenities on offer.
For Dh395 per person plus fees, guests can enjoy a deluxe room, access to the two-kilometre-long strip of private beach and lunch.
The set-menu lunch can be enjoyed at either Rockfish or Shimmers restaurants, or on the beach.
There is a supplementary fee of Dh95 per child for up to two additional children. Guests can check into their room from 10am to 7pm, with the option to extend their stay until 10pm if they have dinner reservations at one of the hotel's outlets.
Guests must check in officially, with an original copy of their passport or UAE / GCC national ID.
The hotel is abiding by social-distancing measures and has cut the number of guests that it is welcoming each day. Upon arrival, everyone has their temperature checked and face masks are mandatory.
On the resort's private beach, sunbeds are carefully spaced two metres apart and only hotel guests have access to the shoreline. The kids' club, spa, fitness centre and swimming pools are currently closed to comply with Dubai regulations and Wild Wadi Waterpark, to which access is usually given as a complimentary addition for Jumeirah hotel guests, is also closed at this time.
The hotel is also offering overnight stays this Eid, with packages available from Dh750 per night, including complimentary breakfast, and lunch or dinner.
The Ultimate Daycation deal is valid until Monday, August 31; more information available here