Tsogo Sun opened its doors to business travellers from around the country on the 10th of June and is delighted to be able to welcome guests again.
Comments Marcel von Aulock, CEO of Tsogo Sun Hotels, “For the first time in our 50-year history, Tsogo Sun Hotels closed its doors and paused the service of providing a special place for those away from home. As a result of the less stringent restrictions in Level 3, we are able to welcome our business travellers back to a new kind of experience that prioritizes their safety alongside our renowned hospitality.” Wednesday 10 June saw a return to Tsogo Sun Hotels’ characteristically intuitive service at great rates including breakfast, from only R699 in Cape Town, R850 in Johannesburg, and R895 in Durban (Ts&Cs apply).
“The COVID-19 pandemic has certainly dictated a new way of life, which the Group has embraced, beginning with the check-in process, where guests will have their temperatures checked along with mandatory hand sanitising while adhering to the 1.5m social distancing rule,” continues Von Aulock
The safety of guests and staff members remains the Group’s absolute priority. This extends to how rooms are cleaned and disinfected, how public areas are taken care of and how food is prepared and served. All hotel staff have been provided with personal protective equipment (PPE) in line with regulations, along with extensive training on COVID19 preventative measures and hygiene protocols.
Tsogo Sun Hotels embraces the guidelines and hygiene policies of the World Health Organisation (WHO), the South African National Department of Health (NDoH), and the National Institute for Communicable Diseases (NICD).