Kuwait, 5 October 2020: Jumeirah Messilah Beach Hotel & Spa has rolled out enhanced health and safety measures as a commitment to both guests and colleagues safe. More importantly, the hotel was awarded the Safeguard Label by Bureau Veritas (BV), a world leader with a 192-year legacy in providing testing, inspection and certification services.
A field audit was carried out across all areas in the hotel to ensure that Jumeirah Messilah Beach Hotel & Spa has implemented global standards of hygiene and safety measures.
“At Jumeirah, the health and safety of our guests and employees is always our top priority. We are confident that our rigorous hygiene and safety protocols are further elevated and reinforced as we seek to resume normal operations safely and responsibly” says Livio Faverio, General Manager of Jumeirah Messilah Beach Hotel & Spa.
“Having been awarded the Bureau Veritas’ Safeguard Audit Label, we trust our guests will feel further assured to stay, dine and experience our warm hospitality with complete confidence” he added.
Jumeirah Messilah Beach Hotel & Spa has implemented a series of protective measures designed to keep guests and colleagues safe. These include usage of protective masks, daily temperature checks and extensive hygiene training for all colleagues, strict social distancing across all areas of the hotel including beach, pools and gym, sanitisation fogging – up to three times a day depending on footfall – and strict lift etiquette to ensure guests are travelling alone.
In guest rooms, housekeeping vigorously clean and aerate every day and provide sanitising and hygiene amenities including mask, hand sanitiser gel and wipes. Pillows and duvets undergo a thermal hygiene process while pillow and mattress protectors are changed after each checkout. Rooms are left vacant for three days after each stay as an additional safety measure and, where this is not possible due to high occupancy, the room undergoes a complete sanitisation fogging process.
Exceptional dining experiences also feature additional precautionary measures, including full restaurant sanitisation before each service, buffets redefined as á la carte, table distancing and hygiene amenities placed on each table for guests to utilise.