The LEVA Mazaya Centre Hotel will turn off its lights for an hour at 8.30 pm on 28 March in support of Earth Hour to raise awareness about climate change and significance of renewable energy. During the hour, guests and employees of the hotel will come together in a symbolic ceremony whereby the hotel will switch off all non-essential lights and appliances.
More than 7,000 cities in 180 countries are expected to take part in Earth Hour which is now the world’s largest movements for the environment, engaging millions of people globally.
JS Anand, founder and chief executive officer of LEVA Hotels & Resorts said: “At LEVA we understand that only through sustained efforts can we contribute to long-lasting and tangible environmental initiatives. In line with our corporate social responsibility we are committed to reduce our carbon footprint and are glad to support this exceptional initiative that is observed worldwide.”
Superbly located between Al Wasl Road and Sheikh Zayed Road, the hotel is a deluxe four-star hotel, situated only 20 minutes-drive away from Dubai International Airport. Part of a mixed-use development that includes Al Mazaya Shopping Centre and residential spaces, LEVA makes for an ideal address for both business and leisure travellers in Dubai.