Tourism is not yet back to its normal state, but a lot of hospitality establishments have learned how to adapt to the “new normal.” One of those who adapted well is the newest hotel that opened in Tagaytay — Hotel Casiana.
Upon its opening, Hotel Casiana strictly practiced and observed the health protocols mandated by the IATF and the Department of Tourism (DoT), guaranteeing its guests the ultimate #SAFEcation they could experience.
Here are the measures that Hotel Casiana is implementing to ensure not only the safety of its guests but also the hotel’s staff.
The standard health protocols are observed at Hotel Casiana, such as wearing masks and face shields, enforcing of physical distancing, following age restrictions checking of body temperature, and placing of alcohol dispensers at strategic common areas such as entrances to the lobby and elevators.
Upon entering Hotel Casiana, guests have to fill up a health declaration form for contact tracing. Online reservation is encouraged but for those who want to coordinate with the front desk, a plexiglass barrier ensures the guests’ utmost safety.
Physical distancing is observed at the hotel — lobby, elevators, café and restaurant. Sticker markings are placed on the floor, seats and tables to guide and remind the hotel guests. The hotel staff is also in proper safety gear, all the time.
Each room at Hotel Casiana is guaranteed to be the safest there is. Each room has a commercial-type air purifying machine to ensure a germ, bacteria, and virus-free stay. All corners are sanitized — from bathrooms to beddings, curtains to closets. Furthermore, high-touch surfaces such as elevator buttons are also sanitized.
For extra hygienic purposes, guests are provided with a care kit containing alcohol, masks, and disinfecting wipes. In addition, a trash bin specifically for masks is available.
Once guests check out, the room is sanitized by the hotel staff who are in full PPE gear. They also use a deep cleaning steam machine to ensure ultimate cleanlines.