Nairobi’s Villa Rosa Kempiski has reopened its door, offering staycation packages targeting families and individuals that seek to tap into Kenya’s domestic market.
The international luxury hotel group says for KSh17,000 an individual or a couple will enjoy accommodation in a superior room, dinner and breakfast, early check-in, and check out.
It is also offering complimentary accommodation for up to two children aged 6 years and below, while those 7-12 years pay 50 percent. The Staycation runs from 16th June to 31 December 2020.
In addition, it has re-opened its Italian restaurant, Lucca, in adherence to the Ministry of Health directive that banned sit-in dining in restaurants to forestall the spread of Covid-19.
As the sun shines down on us bright this lovely morning, join us at #LuccaRestaurant & enjoy a sumptuous breakfast from 8:00am – 11:00am. Scrumptious meals thereafter start from 11:00am – 7:30pm. We look forward to creating beautiful memories with you! #FineDining #KempinskiCares pic.twitter.com/VLpq90UHyV
— Villa Rosa Kempinski (@VillaRosaKempin) June 29, 2020
This is in line with its “Kempinski White Glove Service”, a comprehensive guidebook that treats any kind of measures to be taken in all departments of the luxurious hotels ranging from arrival of the guests to set-up of public areas, food & beverage to housekeeping as well as spa areas to meeting spaces.
When it comes to the employees, they will from now on be carrying gloves during all guest interactions as well as in compliance with government regulations and advice masks, which have been produced for Kempinski by Italian hotel uniform designer Maurel, carrying the patterns of the Kempinski flower print. Part of the amenities in all guest rooms will be mini hand sanitisers as well as guest masks.
“It is crucial to us to continue delivering service on the highest level true to our Kempinski heritage as this is what we stand for”, explains Benedikt Jaschke, Chief Quality Officer and Member of the Kempinski Management Board. “While we need to give guests full confidence in the cleanliness and disinfection of our premises and reflect the seriousness of the current situation in all aspects of our daily operation, we are eager to continue and even surpass our dedicated service à la Kempinski.”