Tang Palace Hotel, a four-star luxury hotel, in Accra known for its cleanliness and quality services, has stated its readiness to reopen for business operations as the government gradually lifts imposed COVID-19 restrictions on the hospitality industry.
In a statement to clients and the public, the hotel is set to reopen on Monday, September 28, 2020, with management stressing its readiness to receive guests after putting in place all the necessary measures or protocols outlined by government for the prevention of coronavirus.
Prominent among the deployed mechanisms to ensure client safety include the instalment of a sanitising tunnel which all guests must go through before entering the facility, advanced body temperature checking equipment to check the temperature before allowing access, the imposition of a resident nurse to assist with emergency issues and a help desk at the lobby that will operate 24/7.
General Manager of Tang Palace, Sajid Khan, said: “We cannot wait to welcome you our cherished clientele. We are mindful of the period we are in hence your safety and wellbeing is the priority in all what we do. We have been working behind the scenes to ensure we do not miss out anything for you to enjoy the luxury we always offer.”
In addition, he emphasised that the famous continental restaurant in the facility will only serve Ala-carte menu and the buffet service in the restaurant will be on hold unless with a specific number in a group. Again, apart from the Ala-carte breakfast that will be served at the restaurant, all other meals during the day must be ordered and served in the room.
The newly outlined dinning measures are all aimed atT ensuring social distancing and minimum human contact so as to promote maximum client safety. “It may look different from how you have known the hotel in the past years but be assured all above arrangement are put in place to guarantee your safety and to provide you quality service,” Mr. Khan reiterated.