The ‘Stay Safe Assurance Programme’ of The Lodhi, New Delhi takes the hotel’s safety game to another level both for its guests as well as its team. By Tanvi Jain

 

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The Lodhi, New Delhi recently announced its ‘Stay Safe Assurance’ programme for its patrons and members of The Lodhi Club in order to enhance its health, hygiene and safety standards. 

The programme has been designed in adherence to the guidelines outlined by the World Health Organisation, Ministry of Tourism and Ministry of Home Affairs. It has also announced its commitment to achieving the Global Biorisk Advisory Council (GBAC) STAR accreditation — the gold standard for prepared facilities, which provides a validation that the facility follows stringent protocols for bio-risk situations and has the most rigorous protocols in place for cleaning, disinfection and prevention of infectious disease, thereby demonstrating its preparedness and commitment to operating safely. 

 

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“Since the beginning of this global pandemic, our foremost priority has been to create a programme that protects the health and wellbeing of our guests as well as team members. Our Stay Safe Assurance programme will include enhanced sanitation and cleanliness measures to build customers’ trust whilst meeting the expectations of our guests,” Rajesh Namby, General Manager at The Lodhi, said. 

The hotel is adopting several measures to not only further sanitise and clean guest and heart of the house areas but has also set up new protocols for rooms, restaurantsbars, public areas, salongym, as well as other non-guest areas. 

 

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Each floor at the hotel has five rooms and each room is separated by a 15-feet distance, to ensure safe distancing for guests. Bath amenities and private bar will all be sanitised and sealed and will be up for single use only. The kitchen staff will wear prescribed Personal Protective Equipment; in-room dining service will be given only on request. All restaurants and bars will be rigorously disinfected before the opening and in between meals as well. The gym will remain closed from 02:00 pm to 04:00 pm everday for deep cleaning and sanitisation, and all the equipment will be sanitised after every use. 

The hotel has also developed a set of measures for its Athletic Club facilities in collaboration with renowned fitness expert Sumaya Dalmia, who creates personalised fitness routines for guests at the hotel along with her team. 

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