Taking place from 17 to 19 September, 2019 at Dubai World Trade Centre, the competition for the ‘Best Housekeeping Team’ will take place as a part of the inaugural Middle East Design and Hospitality Week which will see 50 participating teams be judged on skill, speed, spirit and teamwork while resetting a thoroughly trashed room.Judges include Mina Seyahi Complex’ complex executive housekeeper, Pamini Hemaprabha who commented on the competition. She said: “The Middle East Housekeepers League of Champions is a rewarding and motivating event for housekeeping staff or should I say housekeeping heroes in the UAE. It gives them a platform to excel in terms of professionalism, creativity and in cultivating winning spirit amongst healthy competition”.
Fairmont Dubai’s executive housekeeper, Lea Ruhimbaccus who is also a judge at the competition this year said: “Participating in the Housekeeping Challenge boosts the entire housekeeping team’s morale; the challenge will help housekeepers to step out of their comfort zone and to further develop a strong rapport with their peers across various properties. It’s a fantastic opportunity for housekeeping professionals to showcase their talent and expertise to a broader audience”.The 50 teams that signed up to compete include Address Dubai Mall, Atlantis The Palm, The Fairmont Dubai, Kempinski Hotel Mall of the Emirates, Le Méridien Mina Seyahi Beach Resort & Marina, Marriott Hotel Al Forsan, Rose Rayhaan by Rotana, Rove Downtown, Shangri-La Hotel, Dubai and Swissôtel Al Ghurair.