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As part of a phased reopening, ITC Grand Bharat is ready to welcome guests with the assurance of stringent health, safety, and hygiene measures. Reinforcing its globally acknowledged 'Responsible Luxury' ethos that seeks to create a better and secure world, the retreat opens its doors with the assurance of ITC Hotel’s pathbreaking ‘WeAssure’ initiative.
‘WeAssure’ initiative by ITC Hotels will provide the Gurgaon luxury hotel's visitors, worry-free stays with the added assurance of a recent ‘Platinum Level Certification’ under DNV’s ‘My Care’ infection risk management programme for WeAssure. DNV gave the certification for the rigorous health, hygiene and safety protocols being implemented to ensure the safety of guests and associates at ITC Grand Bharat.
The various protocols in place include contact light dining, digital check-in and check-out, safe distancing, stringent sanitisation protocols, QR codes and safe staycations. “The consistent support of our guests has been the bedrock of our strength. Keeping in mind the present circumstances, we have strengthened our safety standards even further through the ‘WeAssure’ initiative. The DNV platinum level certification brings a great sense of confidence to our discerning guests as we look forward to welcome them.” said Rajat Sethi, General Manager, ITC Grand Bharat.
Cradled in the lap of the ancient Aravalis in the region of Mewat, the 104 all-suites retreat is set to be the ultimate expression of ‘Unhurried Luxury’.
Guests can book staycation packages by visiting the ITC Hotels website and choosing the staycation which suits their needs best. Moreover, as part of the initiative, the chain also provides guests the option of ‘The Safe Car Promise’ under which all vehicles undergo stringent daily deep-cleaning protocols with accredited surface antimicrobials, and hand sanitiser and face masks are offered to guests at the time of pick-up. Chauffeurs undergo regular temperature checks and wear prescribed PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) at all times.
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