Vacation giant Tui has a 10-point plan that describes how it will work after the vacation.
He reveals that the buffets will be “kept to a minimum”, football tournaments banned and the rooms will undergo a thorough cleaning each time there are new guests.
Vacationers can check in at many Tui hotels by contactless check-in online through the hotel website or their smartphone. And once at your destination, social distancing measures will be in effect.
Vacation giant Tui has presented a 10-point plan that describes how it will operate during the vacation after the lockout
In public spaces such as restaurants, hallways or gymnasiums, all employees will be required to keep a distance of 1.5 to two meters between themselves and guests, said Tui.
In addition, tables in restaurants will not be cleaned until customers have vacated them, and to limit the number of guests in restaurants, capacity will be significantly reduced.
In addition, tables will be installed at a minimum distance of 1.5 meters.
However, to compensate for a reduced restaurant size, the opening hours will be extended.
In addition to self-service buffets, food and beverages will be served by staff wearing protective masks, where possible.
Other hygiene measures include increasing the number of disinfection dispensers around hotels – and they will always be available at “important contact points”.
When cleaning the rooms, special attention will be paid to areas such as the bathroom and the TV remote control.
Entertainment in Tui hotels will also be modified, “only events, sports and entertainment involving a small number of participants and without close contact being made available”. This includes tennis and golf, but not football.
The spas will also have to be adapted while childcare “will be organized according to new standards in accordance with the requirements of the destinations and countries of origin of the hosts”.
In addition, staff “work together in fixed teams to rebuild possible chains of infection.”
The vacation giant says training on these points will be provided to all staff by independent auditors with the first training materials available later this week.
Tui’s plan reveals that buffets will be kept to a minimum and that there will be fewer tables in restaurants
Tui, the UK’s largest tour operator, said the new standards will be implemented in its Tui Blu, Robinson and Tui Magic Life complexes as well as in its joint venture and partner hotels.
He points out that the 10-point plan “is part of a more comprehensive package that covers all the elements of tour operator service, retail, flights and transfers to hotel stays, local excursions and on cruises ”.
Sebastian Ebel, member of the Tui group’s executive committee responsible for the holiday experiences, said: “Customer surveys clearly indicate that safety and hygiene will be of paramount importance to holidaymakers after the lockout.
“With our integrated, group-wide health and safety management system, we can guarantee that our hotels meet the high expectations of our customers and offer the best possible protection against infection in these unusual times.”
“We are laying the groundwork for an agile and secure return to business so that we can be ready to offer our unique vacation experiences again as soon as possible.”
10 POINTS OF YOU PLAN FOR HOLIDAYS AFTER THE PROHIBITION
ORGANIZATION OF THE HOTEL
1. Online registration: Holidaymakers can check in contactlessly at many hotels by checking in online through the hotel website or their smartphone.
2. Distance rule: In public spaces such as restaurants, hallways or gymnasiums, all employees are required to keep a distance of 1.5 to two meters between themselves and guests. For example, restaurant tables will not be cleaned until customers have vacated them.
3). Staff planning: Staff will work together in fixed teams to reconstruct possible infection chains.
4. Restaurant: To limit the number of guests in restaurants, capacities will be considerably reduced. The tables will be installed at a minimum distance of 1.5 meters.
5. Extension of opening hours: In order to provide sufficient space for all customers, the hours of operation of restaurants and other hotel facilities will be extended.
6. Entertainment and activities: Only events, sports and entertainment involving a small number of participants and without close contact will be made available. Golf or tennis, for example, can take place, but football tournaments cannot. The spa offer will be adapted and childcare will be organized according to new standards in line with the requirements of the destinations and countries of origin of the hosts.
HYGIENE AND DISINFECTION
7. Extension of disinfectant distributors: The number of dispensers will be significantly increased so that customers and employees can disinfect their hands at all important points of contact.
8. Room cleaning: New thorough cleaning practices will be implemented to provide the best possible protection against potential Covid-19 viruses. All rooms will be thoroughly cleaned prior to guest arrival and the same intensely robust cleaning protocols will be applied with each guest change. The most frequently used areas, such as bathrooms, and the most commonly used devices and appliances, such as TV remote controls, will receive special attention.
9. Self-service restriction: Self-service offers such as buffets will be reduced to a minimum. Where possible, food and beverages will be served to customers by staff wearing protective masks.
VAST TRAINING PROGRAM
ten. Training of independent auditors: You will train all the employees in his own hotels. The first training documents will be available this week.