The hotel has released a statement affirming its commitment to health and safety
The Chedi Muscat hotel in Oman has reopened after being temporarily shut down in early June by the Ministry of Heritage and Tourism for non-compliance with preventive measures against Covid-19. The hotel has now opened its doors and has released a statement affirming its commitment to health and safety.
Explaining the new preventative measures in place at the property, a statement said: “The safety, health of our guests and employees is our priority, and The Chedi Muscat will spare no expense and effort to ensure that they are well looked after and cared for during this challenging period. The hotel’s management is working closely with all respective authorities, including the Ministry of Health and the Ministry of Heritage & Tourism, to ensure that all protocols are implemented.”
The property’s general manager Thomas Guss said: “We remain committed to delivering a safe environment with maximum hygiene standards to protect our guests and team members. We have strengthened our existing safety measures and are looking forward to welcoming back guests and creating unforgettable experiences.
“A Covid-19 Executive Committee has been created to address issues requiring any action. Additionally, the hotel’s documented prevention plan has been updated to protect employees and guests, ensuring a safe and enjoyable experience.
“In preparation to welcome back guests, the pandemic response plan has been approved by all relevant authorities and activated. All employees have been retrained on policies and procedures so as to act agilely in addressing any health and safety concerns.”
Oman has recently tightened its Covid-19 safety regulations.