Luxury Hotelier and Clothing brand, Hemingways is set to resume its hotel resort operations after the Covid-19 outbreak began in March 2020. The news set Tuesday as the start of re-opening with the Nairobi and Watamu resorts to be the first to resume.
According to the Group’s CEO, Alastair Addison, the hotel brand expects the resorts to be fully operational with all amenities available. These will include room bookings, spas, restaurants, among others.
“As a group, we are positive that Hemingways Nairobi to Watamu’s reopening is good news within the hospitality industry. We have been hit hard as a sector, and our move to re-open charts our path to recovery. We know it won’t be easy, but we are delighted to, once again, be welcoming guests to Hemingways Collection,” said the CEO.
Mr Addison also highlights staff awareness on hygiene and sanitation after training on WHO’s guidelines. This is alongside investment in advanced cleaning and hygiene equipment for use in the two resorts.
“The Covid-19 preventative measures we have adopted go above the minimum government standards to offer complete comfort and security to our guests while ensuring the unique experience of staying at Hemingways” Collection is retained,” adds Mr. Addison.