Dubai hotel unimpressed with sexy model Instagram photos

Hotel doesn’t want to be tagged in racy Instagram pictures


Dubai hotel unimpressed with racy model photos

A five-star hotel in Dubai is urging women to remove its name from tags on racy Instagram pictures - for fears they're ruining the hotel's reputation.

Managers at the Waldorf Astoria Dubai Palm Jumeirah raised concerns after around 25 Russian models stayed at the hotel while doing a fashion shoot for the D'AngelAnn brand.

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Some of the models posted 'semi-naked' photos of themselves in their underwear at the upmarket hotel during their stay.

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The Palm Jumeirah said it was concerned for the comfort of its other guests as it prides itself on being a 'family' hotel. A spokesman told the Mirror: "You have to understand that this is an Arab country. We have had a lot of complaints from families with young children."

According to The Sun, he added: "We do not want to see our geolocation on photos of girls in semi-naked and erotic poses.

"Let the photograph simply state the location as Dubai."

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