You can now use WhatsApp to contact a butler at three Abu Dhabi hotels

Jumeirah introduces new service to book dinner, spa treatments, cars and more

You can now use WhatsApp to contact a butler at three Abu Dhabi hotels

We’ve become used to looking to technology to help us in our day to day lives. From shouting “hey Siri” to ordering Alexa around, we’re not shy when it comes to turning to tech. 

Soon guests at Jumeirah hotels in Abu Dhabi will be able to enjoy more convenience thanks to technology with the launch of an E-Butler service.

The service is expected to be introduced at Jumeirah at Etihad Towers, Jumeirah Al Wathba Desert Resort and Spa and Jumeirah at Saadiyat Island Resort and Jumeirah at Etihad Towers by the end of next month.

Guests can use the service to send instant messages to request room service, book spa treatments, request housekeeping, make dinner reservations and other tasks.

Available to use 24 hours a day through WhatsApp, the new technology allows guests to control and customise their stay on the go.

José Silva, CEO of Jumeirah Group, said: “We are dedicated to continuously look for innovative, new and faster hospitality solutions to assist guests seamlessly and intuitively.

“Jumeirah E-Butler brings a more personal approach to service and is in line with our commitment to offer service beyond expectations.”

For more information visit www.jumeirah.com

More from Hotels

Take advantage of these amazing deals in Al Sufouh and Dubai Media City

500 rooms, restaurants, a beach, swimming pools and more coming soon

Head up the road and to the beach for a staycay that won’t break the bank

Enjoy the weekend in style with a luxury Dubai staycay plus comedy gig tickets at the Coca-Cola Arena

Looking for a weekend away in the UAE? Find a hotel stay for less

This stunning hotel on Al Maryah Island is gaining attention around the globe

Newsletters

Follow us