On a bid to ensure health and safety for guests, Villa Hotels and Resorts is launching its CleanStay@Villa initiative.
CleanStay@Villa initiative will be built on the Villa Hotels and Resort’s existing high standards and under the guidance of their in-house doctors. The initiative will follow the WHO and Maldives Health Protection Agency (HPA) guidelines. This initiative will undergo regular reviews based on evolving industry standards and feedback from the group’s travel partners and guests.
“The health and safety of our guests have always been our priority. We have continuously maintained an excellent standard of hygiene in all our resorts. Given the impact of COVID-19, we have upgraded our standards to ensure the health and safety of guests throughout their experience in our resorts. When the Maldives re-opens for tourism, Villa Resorts will be providing guests with a renewed assurance of cleanliness and safety,” a statement by the resort read.
The CleanStay@Villa initiative will implement SOPs for end-to-end hygiene checks from arrival, transfer to departure. It includes, but not limited to, SOPs in the following:
Villa Hotels & Resorts is one of the leading resort chains in the Maldives operating five exclusive island resorts: Paradise Island Resort, Sun Island Resort, Royal Island Resort, Holiday Island Resort and Fun Island Resort.