Setting the bar high for safety measures

    City of Dreams is committed to provide guests of their hotels — Nuwa, Nobu Hotel and Hyatt Regency Manila — a safe respite during their staycation and render a quality of service that has merited them Forbes Travel Guide stars.

    Having been granted a certificate to operate for staycations by the DOT, the City of Dreams Manila is reopening the doors of its Forbes Travel Guide-recognized hotels via irresistible offers especially for Metro Manila residents with stay dates until December 22 this year.

    Kevin Benning, City of Dreams Manila CEO, said in an email the opening of their hotels brings new excitement and energy to their colleagues as they set the bar high for safety and sanitation measures.

    Benning said they are committed to provide their guests a safe respite during their staycation and render a quality of service that has merited them Forbes Travel Guide stars.

    To complement the relaxing and safe staycation at the Nuwa, Nobu Hotel and Hyatt Regency Manila, the luxury integrated casino resort enhances the in-room dining experience with seven sumptuous breakfast menu choices and has reopened its well-loved signature restaurants at 50 percent capacity.

    Hyatt Regency Manila offers staycation guests a leisurely escape with its “Take Back Your Summer” promotion, which starts at P7,300 on weekdays and P8,300 on weekends for an overnight stay for two persons in a spacious 50-square-meter deluxe room.

    The package includes 20 percent food and beverage discount in in-room dining and in City of Dreams Manila-operated restaurants, and a special welcome amenity.

    For Melco Club members, there will be an additional 1,500 Melco Club bonus points for dining and other food purchases. A charge for an extra person in the room applies.

    Work-from-Hyatt beckons to those who may want to telecommute as the property provides seamless, unlimited Wi-Fi connection, even while basking by the hotel pool.

    Staycation packages in Nobu Hotel and Nuwa offer similar inclusions, and start at P8,800 and P21,600, respectively.

    All interested guests are reminded to follow all IATF and DOT regulations for stays and bookings.

    Guests checking in will be provided with health amenities consisting of two three-ply face masks, disinfectant wipes and two face shields, along with a flyer on sanitation and proper prevention guidelines.

    Heightened sanitation protocols are carefully put in place throughout the resort complex, setting the bar high for hygiene and sanitation measures.

    Building on its “Play it Safe” campaign, the resort has enhanced its hygiene and sanitation protocols.

    To further foster a clean and safe environment, it has designated health safety ambassadors to monitor and guide guests in the proper observance of hygiene protocols, physical distancing as well as in checking health declaration forms. — Edison Joseph Gonzales