The Oberoi Hotels reopen in Mumbai from July 8

Enhanced safety, hygiene standards as per WHO guidelines to be followed

The Oberoi, Trident Nariman Point and Trident Bandra Kurla have taken all necessary precautions recommended by the World Health Organization and Ministry of Tourism guidelines to further enhance hygiene and safety standards at the properties and have resumed operations in the city from July 8.

Safety comes first!

The Oberoi Group of Hotels in Mumbai has placed the overall well being and safety of their guests as their highest priority. The group has partnered with Bureau Veritas, the world leader in testing, inspection and certification services, to validate and review measures, for the same. The fleet of hotel owned and operated cars are thoroughly sanitised before and after each trip. The accompanying chauffeurs, like all employees, are entrusted with the responsibility of the safety of the guests. The hotel staff are meticulously sanitising their hands, and wearing disposable gloves and face masks at all times. Daily thermal checks are conducted for all employees before the start of work day. This protocol will also be applied on the guests before entering the hotel premises.

A three step safety system has been set up as a precaution to minimize human contact. These include:

Contactless Check-in

An e-mail with a link to register online and submit photo identity proofs is sent to guests prior to arrival to facilitate a contact less check-in. Government mandated self-declaration forms are available through a QR code/URL displayed at the Front Desk which the guests can easily access on their personal devices for a completely contact less arrival experience.

Contactless Check-out

Invoices are made available to guests on their personal devices through e-mail along with link to complete digital payment to minimise contact during the check-out experience.

Contactless Dining

Menus or an iPad menu will be accessed through QR code that will be sanitized after every guest usage. Restaurants will make the option of contact less available for guests. For the convenience of guests, all dishes will be pre-portioned as per the number of diners on the table. There will be options of contact less payment

With inputs from IANS

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