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ITC Grand Bharat and ITC Rajputana in Rajasthan are re-opening for staycations and dining from June 10 and June 12, respectively. In this new, coronavirus-riddled phase, the properties will ardently follow the brand ethos of responsible luxury and take up stringent practices of health, safety and hygiene.
The two hotels have introduced a ‘WeAssure’ initiative which ensures safety with accreditation from National Accreditation Board for Hospitals & Healthcare Providers (NABH). The company has also partnered with DNV-GL Business Assurance to make sure that they follow clinical levels of hygiene.
Here’s what it is going to look like: the new normal will translate into minimal contact dining, digital check-in and check-out facility and the use of QR codes to keep things smooth and safe. The properties will also introduce a ‘The Safe Car Promise’ wherein all vehicles will undergo deep cleaning, and each car will have PPE kits for guests.
Benita Sharma, Area Manager, North (Luxury Hotels) & General Manager, ITC Maurya said, “...Keeping in mind the present circumstances, we have strengthened our service standards even further through the ‘WeAssure’ initiative. These assurance certifications will stand testimony to the rigorous hygiene protocol being put in place to ensure the safety of guests and associates at ITC Hotels across India. We have received a number of queries on our Safe Staycations. Both ITC Rajputana and ITC Grand Bharat are favourite destinations, especially for those driving from the northern region.”
Guests can book their staycations on the website.
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