IPL 2021: Mumbai Indians arrive in UAE to stay in luxury hotel in Quarantine for 6 days

Mumbai Indians have reached the United Arab Emirates (UAE) to take part in the second leg of the IPL 2021, the defending champion of the Indian Premier League (IPL). The team reached the UAE on Friday. The second phase of the IPL 2021 will be held in the UAE from September 19. Mumbai Indians share photos and videos of their arrival to the UAE from their official Instagram account. The franchisee has provided information about the check-in after reaching Abu Dhabi. The five-time IPL-winning Mumbai Indians will face off against Chennai Super Kings on September 19 in the second leg of the IPL 2021.

After arriving in the UAE, the defending champion Mumbai will now be in the luxury St. Regis Saadiyat Iceland Resort for six days in Quarantine. The resort is just 20 minutes away from Abu Dhabi International Airport. The hotel includes 312 rooms, 64 suites and 14 meeting rooms, including the Iridium Spa, luxury indoor lap pool, athletic club, outdoor pool, private beach, exclusive meeting and event space, beach dining.

Prior to that, the franchise shared the picture on Friday via their Instagram handle, which shows the talented scout R Vinay Kumar aboard the flight ‘Abu Dhabi Bound’. He shouted “Of We Go!

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