With the beginnings of some easing of lockdown measures, as our industry prepares to open up again we have been careful to follow 
and exceed every recommended safety guideline and best practice as recommended by the World Health Organisation (WHO), 
the governor’s office and the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) with regard to masks, social distancing, no-touch temperature checks 
and sanitization. The COVID-19 pandemic has required us to raise our demanding standards of cleanliness to an even higher level with new protocols. 
Additional health and safety measures include:
  • Certain points of the hotel will be cleaned every hour and daily deep cleaning/disinfection of our rooms
  • limiting the number of people allowed in lifts at any one time.
  • Re arrangement of our restaurant, bar, pool side and meeting rooms to ensure social distancing.
  • Discontinuation of breakfast buffet. Instead of buffet, staff will take orders and deliver meals to guests’ tables or their rooms.
  • Discontinuation of Sunday buffet
  • Operating of a one-way system on the ground floor.

Safety has always been our most important value and during this crisis it has taken on a new and different significance.
We know it will be top-of-mind for you when you resume booking hotel stays. The steps we’re taking on cleanliness and new hospitality norms are as much about
the health and safety of our staff as they are about our guests. Our goal is to provide a home away from home for you to relax and refresh – not worry!

Dorcas George

Managing Director