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Post-COVID-19 : Luxury Hotels Are Practicing News Sanitary Standards

Post-COVID-19 : Luxury Hotels Are Practicing News Sanitary Standards

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While figures show that no return to normal is expected for the hotel business before 2022, establishments must already demonstrate that they will be able to guarantee, post-coronavirus, the highest levels of hygiene and maximum safety for their guests and staff. This has led major luxury hotel groups to raise their standards of cleanliness. Here is an overview of the health and safety challenges linked to the current epidemic environment.

 

 

After COVID-19, consumers are likely to place as much importance on hotel hygiene standards as on price and location. Fears of catching the virus will remain long after the pandemic is over.”

 

With these words, Ralph Hollister, GlobalData’s travel and tourism analyst, warned of the changes ahead for hotel groups, as 85% of the world’s people feel “extremely” or “quite” concerned about the global COVID-19 epidemic.

 

Ralph Hollister added: “Hotels need to determine an action plan for the thorough cleaning of hotel rooms, meeting spaces, front offices, restaurants, fitness centres and other public areas. Good hotel hygiene policies should be implemented across the board.

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