Zanzibar Locke’s self-contained accommodation remains open for those who need

Zanzibar Locke opened its doors last month on the Northside of the Quays, and while it may be some time yet before leisure guests can return, the home-meets-hotel hybrid remains open for those who may need it

The Hospitality brand was born out of a desire to offer something different for long stay business travellers, self contained accommodation that felt more like home. In 2020 this model proved to be an ideal solution for another type of long stay guest at its UK locations, essential and frontline workers. For those working far from home or not wanting to return home from the frontline to families homes each evening, the fully equipped studio apartments allow them to continue their day-to-day in a safe, self contained setting.

The already rigorous health and safety procedures have been updated to include contactless check-in/out, grocery box delivery and for those self isolating or unwell, the staff will offer to check in as regularly as possible. You can find full details of how the safety procedures are in place at .

If you or someone you know are a key worker in need of a safe place to stay over the coming weeks contact for more details.



About Locke

Locke aims to engage a type of traveller that have an expectation for personal awakening, creativity and the opportunity to forge spontaneous connections with like-minded travellers and locals. Celebrating the character and social fabric of each location, Locke creates a destination that inspires and connects through beautiful, forward-thinking design and meaningful human connection.

Locke will open a second location in Dublin, Beckett Locke, in Dublin’s North Docks in March 2021. Facebook: /lockehotels

Twitter: @lockehotels

Instagram: @lockehotels








Sean Mitchell

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