The American Hotel & Lodging Association today shared details about Safe Stay, an industrywide, enhanced standard of health and safety protocols designed to prepare America’s hotels to safely welcome back guests and employees as the economy reopens. The group launched the initiative last week.
The American Hotel & Lodging Association and Hilton each announced initiatives this week to advance hotel cleanliness and keep guests and employees safe and healthy. The two join Marriott International and Accor, which recently announced cleanliness efforts to combat COVID-19. ¿Vas a tener una venta, la visita de algún famoso o un evento especial? Anúncialo para que todos lo sepan y se cree expectación al respecto.
Wyndham Hotels & Resorts launched “Count on Us,” a long-term, multifaceted initiative to build confidence among guests and to support franchisees as it begins making preparations to welcome travelers back to its more than 6,000 U.S. hotels.
Best Western Hotels & Resorts is building on its I Care Clean program, which was launched in 2012, with enhanced cleaning protocols and breakfast standards as part of the new We Care Clean program. We Care Clean ensures an even higher level of cleaning standards and operational best practices at Best Western properties.
Hyatt announced a Global Care & Cleanliness Commitment to further enhance its operational guidance and resources around colleague and guest safety and peace of mind. Photo credit: Christopher Taber
Room Mate Group hotels, including the Room Mate Waldorf in Miami Beach, Fla., will implement new cleaning and operations protocols to combat COVID-19. Photo credit: Room Mate Group
Marriott International is rolling out a multipronged platform to elevate its cleanliness standards and hospitality norms and behaviors to meet the new health and safety challenges the COVID-19 pandemic has presented to the hotel industry.
Global hospitality company Accor and Bureau Veritas, a provider of testing, inspection and certification, have joined forces to develop a label designed to certify that the appropriate safety standards and cleaning protocols have been achieved to allow businesses to reopen.
FORT WORTH, Texas — American Airlines will soon require all customers traveling to wear a face covering (or mask) while on board the aircraft starting May 11. This new requirement is part of the airline’s ongoing commitment to prioritizing customer and team member well-being in response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
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