Enjoy a relaxing Cornish minimoon at Luxury Lodges with two retreats located in the region. They are introducing contactless check-in ready for their reopening on Saturday 4th July. This is alongside additional stringent safety and hygiene measures. Contactless check-in involves a text being sent to guests ahead of their stay, with an entry code for their lodge's key box and them going straight to their accommodation on arrival. All guests complete a digital medical questionnaire ahead of their visit, to guarantee they have no COVID 19 symptoms. Cashless payments are being implemented across all resorts, where stringent cleaning protocol is in place across the specialist housekeeping teams, who ensure a deep clean of each property, hot tub and external railings between guests, using products by Diversey and sanitation methods.
Luxury Lodges has hotel-quality self-catering resorts in Clowance in Camborne (pictured) and Burn Coastal Resort in Bude, alongside its Whitbarrow resort in the Lake District, and Dylan Coastal Resort in Laugharne, Carmarthenshire, which has recently had a £20M investment. The company has always operated the most rigorous of cleaning standards within the tourism industry, but additional measures with the help and support of leading chemical provider Diversey have been put in place ready for re-opening when COVID 19 restrictions are lifted.
Sharon Hurley, founder of Luxury Lodges, said: "We are very much looking forward to welcoming guests back to all resorts. Our teams have been hard at work, honing processes and safeguards. These verified procedures have been put in place to keep our guests and teams safe during these unprecedented times, ensuring that they can enjoy safe, comfortable holidays in beautiful locations."
All resorts benefit from beautiful, open spaces, where guests can socially distance while enjoying plenty of fresh air and spectacular views. During the cleaning processes, particular attention is paid to touch points including, but not limited to doorknobs, handles, bathrooms, cutlery, remote controls and light switches and in the resorts' main public areas. Non-essential items have been removed from accommodation, including lodge information, which has been replaced with a condensed form of emergency information that can be sanitised with each new guest. Within the luxurious, desirable accommodation, additional time is being spent cleaning the interiors of wardrobes, drawers, cupboards, kitchen items as well as key surfaces which are touched the most in any accommodation, including soft furnishings, railings and appliances.
Every team member has temperature and symptom checks at the start of their shift and all appropriate departments will wear PPE facemasks, gloves and aprons throughout their working day.
Additional safety precautions have been introduced across all four resorts to ensure social distancing, which are reviewed and revised according to regular Government advisories and updates.A video has been created to show these measures: https://vimeo.com/427291375 and further details are available here: https://www.luxurylodges.com/coronavirus-update/
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