Measures being taken by UK hotels to keep guests safe in the post-Covid era are  extensive, from the obvious such as hand sanitiser, Plexiglass screens at reception, lack of minibar inside rooms, and a lot going on behind the scenes.

This article discusses consumer confidence being at an all time low, and how to convince people to go on holiday, even domestically.

According to recent surveys, half of British travellers don’t trust hotel hygiene after lockdown, with as many as 42% saying they would clean a hotel room themselves before using it. Out of 2,000 Britons surveyed by finder.com, 36% said they would avoid all international travel for the next 12 months.

the article discusses leaving rooms fallow for 48 to 72 hours; deep cleans between stays; digital keys; QR codes instead of restaurant menus; one-way systems; regular staff health and temperature checks; employees put in “bubbles” to limit any potential virus spread.

It suggests adding Sleep Out to Help Out to Eat Out to Help Out!

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