Mercure Hyderabad KCP, Banjara Hills reopens with ALLSAFE certification
The hotel has received the ALLSAFE certification and with a commitment to keep its guests and staff safe. An ALLSAFE Officer will be available 24X7 to ensure all protocols are followed.
Mercure Hyderabad KCP announces to welcome guests back in the new normal. The hotel has received the ALLSAFE certification and with a commitment to keep its guests and staff safe, the hotel has implemented enhanced hygiene and sanitary measures, certified by the cleanliness and prevention label. An ALLSAFE Officer will be available 24X7 to ensure all protocols are followed.
Starting from entering the hotel, to check-in, stay, dining, experiences, till check-out, guest safety is prioritised. Social Distancing will be practiced through various ways like contact-less payments, digital restaurant menus, spacing between tables, etc. The wedding and social events have also been realigned and continue in a closed group with the limitation set by the state government. Keeping in mind the guidelines set by the Government, the hotel is continuing to host different types of events.
The food and beverage offering at the hotel, which includes Cayenne, the all-day-dining restaurant opened for all the in-house guests and walk-in guests whilst in-room dining is another option for the guests. The hotel also has started “take- away” and home delivery services with reliable partners.
Commenting on the certification, Soumitra Pahari, General Manager, Mercure Hyderabad KCP, said, “As we all have stepped into a ‘New Normal’ of living, we at Mercure Hyderabad KCP have prepped ourselves to welcome guests in the redefined format. All of us are ensuring strict cleanliness and safety measures at every touch point. Our teams are trained to ensure that our guests who patronise us for our warm hospitality are kept safe. We have worked hard on continuing to extend the warmth in our hospitality even behind the protective gears.”
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