Dubai Parks and Resorts is reopening Motiongate Dubai and Lapita Hotel with enhanced safety measures and new offers on September 23.
Motiongate Dubai, the largest Hollywood-inspired theme park in the Middle East, will be the first park to reopen at Dubai Parks and Resorts.
Advance booking is now available with reopening offers for residents of the UAE, including 2 for 1 tickets to Motiongate and staycation deals at Lapita Hotel.
Dubai Parks and Resorts will soon confirm the reopening dates for Bollywood Parks Dubai, Legoland Dubai, and Legoland Waterpark Dubai.
Motiongate Dubai will reopen with enhanced safety measures following industry standards and government guidelines, including mandatory face masks and temperature checks.
In addition, there will be social distancing measures, limited capacity, enhanced disinfection procedures, hand sanitisers, and contactless payments across the theme park.
Advance booking now available for Motiongate Dubai
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“2020 has been a tough year for all, however we look forward to witnessing the joy, laughter and thrilled screams of our guests, as we begin to create amazing memories again,” said Denis Pascal, general manager of Motiongate Dubai.
“During the temporary closure due to the pandemic, all our teams have been working diligently on implementing enhanced safety measures and focusing on the park enhancement works.
“As always, our number one priority is making sure that all our visitors have a safe journey across the destination as they enjoy all the amazing fun we have on offer for all ages,” added Pascal.
Back in April, DXB Entertainments extended the temporary suspension of theme park operations at Dubai Parks and Resorts.
Dimitri Kerkentzes, secretary general of BIE, said that the pandemic has not impacted preparations and that pavilion construction is progressing well.