Abad Hotels & Resorts to reopen its properties from today
Abad Hotels & Resorts will restart its properties across Kerala from today, after the government decided to lift lockdown restrictions to revive the economy.
Abad, one of the best-known hospitality groups in Kerala, has properties in Kochi, Munnar, Marari Beach, Wayanad, Kumarakom, Thekkady, Kovalam and Alleppey.
“Keeping pace with the present times, we have revised and enhanced our standard operating procedure to provide greater care to guests,” Abad Hotels & Resorts stated in its note, while announcing the reopening of its units.
· Temperature check on arrival for all residential and non- residential guests.
· Safe status on Arogya setu app as well wearing of masks are required to proceed for check-in facility.
· Guests are encouraged to use online check-in facility.
· All hotel team members are geared with safety masks, gloves and personal protection suits.
· All our cars are completely sanitised between trips and our chauffeurs undergo temperature checks after every trip.
· Luggage will be disinfected on arrival.
· Rooms are sanitised and ready before check-in. Restricted services are recommended.
· Restaurant cutlery, glassware and seating areas are sanitised after every use. Digital menu will be provided.
· Hand sanitisers have been installed at all public places and lift landing areas.
· The entire hotel has been disinfected by specialised sanitising machines.
Abad is best known for its luxury houseboat cruises and ayurvedic centres. It has decades of experience in the sector, operating 14 hotels and resorts in the state of Kerala. It is headed by managing director Riaz Ahmed, executive director Arif Hashim and director Jibran Asif.