In a statement on its website, the hotel said the hotel will be open for guests who need to stay overnight while working on business as per government guidelines, as “no leisure bookings are permitted”.
It said in a response to coronavirus, additional safety and sanitation measures are in effect following government guidance and will adhere to the Covid-19 Secure Guidelines to protect its guests and staff.
The hotel revealed it will also be only accepting card payments throughout the hotel. Also, food service is on a limited basis with a grab and go breakfast menu and a limited drinks offering.
The statement said: “Our number one priority is your health, safety and well-being.
“We are closely monitoring developments around the world and are in contact with global organisations including the World Health Organization (WHO), Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and relevant authorities for country-specific requirements, to ensure the actions we take are comprehensive and suitable.”
It added: “Our hotel is adhering to comprehensive health and safety procedures, including all local laws. In addition, we have implemented guidelines and have supplemented these resources with additional Covid-19 cleanliness specific guidance, training and information, consistent with our own high standards.”
The hotel revealed the hotel has increased the frequency of cleaning public areas (including reception, door handles, public bathrooms) and high-touch points in guest rooms.
Also, its contract cleaning company has been advised on cleaning products and protocols which are effective against viruses.