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Dublin islanders love the sun, the sea and the seagrass.
But if they are travelling to the Hebridean Islands for the summer holidays, they should be prepared for long waits at the hotel.
The islanders have long complained about the long queues and queues at hotels, and are now considering a change in policy to allow visitors to park overnight at the main hotels on the island.
Dubai islanders may find themselves in a similar situation, with many hotels refusing to allow their guests overnight on their properties, the Dubai-based National Association of Hoteliers (NHAI) said in a statement.
The problem comes after a number of hotels were forced to close for two weeks after a series of fires broke out in the main hotel area on Tuesday.
Dubais Hotelier Al Masdar said the fire was not caused by any sabotage and blamed the fire on the lack of ventilation and lack of lighting.
“We are sorry for the inconvenience and the inconvenience to guests and staff as well as to the staff of the other hotel.
We are committed to providing them with the best accommodation and services and have taken measures to ensure that guests and employees enjoy the best possible experience,” he said.
In response to the fire, NHAI said hotels should have sufficient ventilation and lighting to cope with the increased number of guests.
“As the problem of fire-related complaints has become a more serious problem, the hotelier will be required to set up a special meeting with the guest and staff to address the issue, which will take place on the premises of the hotel,” NHAIS said.
The fire also forced the closure of the second hotel on the Isle of Skye.
The NHAIs statement added that the main problem in Dubai is not with the hotel, but with the lack and unavailability of suitable accommodation.
The islanders also complain about the low quality of accommodation available on the Hecate Islands, where the main resort is located.
Dubris has been hosting visitors to the islands since 1857 and the islands were listed on the UNESCO World Heritage List in the 1980s.
The Hecates have been the site of a series that have claimed the lives of many tourists, with one of the worst incidents occurring in March 2005.
Dubriis resident Mariam Rashed claimed she lost her three children to the blaze while on holiday with her family.
The resort has since been re-built, but the fires continue to be a problem.
A spokeswoman for the Department of Tourism said: “The fire at the hotels on Skye will not affect any of the main tourist destinations, but it does affect some other tourist sites on the islands.”
“This will be addressed and we will make sure that they are kept safe and that we have enough ventilation and lights.”
Dubai Tourism Minister Mohammed Ibrahim said the islands had not been used for holiday accommodation in the past.