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Reopening of The ANVAYA Beach Resort Bali on 31 July 2020

The ANVAYA Beach Resort Bali
The ANVAYA Beach Resort Bali

The ANVAYA Beach Resort Bali has officially announced that, with the new and detailed sanitary and cleaning protocols, the hotel would soon open its doors to guests and tourists by July 31, 2020. This includes services for visitors, several outlets for food and drinks, and also beach facilities. However, leisure facilities, such as the children’s club and spa, are still closed, as the hotels follows strict guidelines for social distancing given by the local authorities.

New strict safety and hygiene procedures have been put in place to comply with local government authorities and WHO guidelines to guarantee guests’ and team members’ safety and wellbeing. Additionally, innovative services have been introduced as a business enhancement and guest experiences.

The ANVAYA Beach Resort Bali has crafted new procedures following the latest World Health Organization (WHO) guidelines on safety and hygiene. And have been placing touch-free sanitation dispensers in all common areas; entrances, lobbies, meeting rooms and social areas to provide guests and team members with antibacterial hand sanitizer at any time.

At high-touch points along the guest journey through the hotel, extensive measures are being taken to protect guests and team members, including social distancing measures; mandatory screening for all guests and employees, which may include a body temperature check; face masks provided to guests, and worn by all team members; increased frequency of cleaning and disinfecting, with a focus on high-touch points; and continued use of EPA registered disinfecting chemicals.

All team members are undergoing rigorous training and has begun implementing the update sanitation protocols to ensure the hotel is in the most pristine conditions and ready for guests return. Upon reopening, the hotel has and will continue to make health and sanitation its first priority, closely monitoring government policy changes, World Health Organization (WHO) guidelines and public health advancements.