#JOM! STAY: Lexis Hotel Group all geared up to welcome guests
10 六月 2020
WITH the Recovery Movement Control Order (RMCO) taking over the Conditional Movement Control Order from tomorrow till Aug 31, Malaysians can finally travel interstate and enjoy the luxury of travelling.
Those looking for staycation at some of the country's beachfront resorts, Lexis Hotel Group is all geared up to welcome guests to its resorts - Lexis Hibiscus Port Dickson, Grand Lexis Port Dickson, Lexis Port Dickson and Lexis Suites Penang.
All its hotels and resorts have actually been operating at minimal capacity for the past few months but with the travel ban lifted, the group is now fortifying its housekeeping and hospitality hygiene blueprint according to the guidelines and standard operating procedures outlined by the Ministry of Health (MOH).
"Our upgraded protocol now guarantees optimal sanitation and cleanliness levels of each guest room and water villa through the effective utilization of MOH-approved industrial-grade cleaning products and equipment.
"We have also amped up its game through the strict implementation of a mandatory deep-cleaning procedure on all high-touch areas by well-trained cleaning staff and housekeeping professionals," says president Mandy Chew Siok Cheng.
Known for its world record-breaking number of private pools, guests can look forward to continue enjoying a splashing good time with family and friends at full ease in the safety and privacy of their rooms, as the pools are constantly disinfected and remain well maintained at all times.
Lexis Hotel Group, Chew adds, also takes its role in promoting safe social distancing very seriously in order to ensure the health and safety of their guests, with various preventive and protective measures being implemented in all their properties.
"From the very first moment guests step into the resorts' facilities, they will be screened for healthy body temperature as well as encouraged to put on face masks and disinfect their hands at hand-sanitizing stations made available at all key common areas," she says.
Contactless sign-in is optimised to facilitate contact tracing when necessary, as all guests are required to scan a unique QR code from a site poster placed at numerous entrances in order to complete a self-declaration form.
Health and hygiene reminders are also displayed at highly visible locations throughout the resorts as a mean to inform and educate the masses on the proper ways of wearing a mask, practicing physical distancing, hand washing and sanitizing.
Guests will also be pleased to discover more varied dining options with room service being provided by the group's in-house restaurants at no additional charge.
"With all the aforementioned effort being well in place, we are is determined to ensure the safety and peace of mind of each and every guest by creating a Covid-19 Free Zone. Our priority is and will always be to make guests feel safe to enjoy their Lexis experience to the full extend," Chew says.
Lexis Hotel Group is offering staycation e-vouchers for its rooms and water villas with unprecedented discounts and attractive prices, starting as low as RM 180 nett per night at vouchers.lexis.my. Each voucher is valid for a one-night stay and for any stay period from today until Jan 31 next year.