Accor has awarded the very first Allsafe label in
the world to the Novotel Bangkok Sukhumvit 20 in Thailand.
The hotel has also been independently certified by
The Environmental Health Consultancy (EHC) as being fully
compliant with the group’s new hygiene protocols.
In order to receive the Allsafe label, the Novotel Bangkok Sukhumvit 20 had to implement a
comprehensive list of elevated standard operating procedures,
co-created by Accor, Bureau Veritas and leading medical
authorities throughout the world.
The hotel has implemented an extensive
collection of operating procedures, including having an Allsafe officer available at the hotel
24 hours a day, designed to better ensure the wellbeing of guests,
staff and visitors.
The processes at Novotel Bangkok Sukhumvit 20 have
also been independently certified by The Environmental
Health Consultancy (EHC), a renowned food safety and hygiene
consultancy that has been in operation for the past 24 years.
Benjamin Krieg, Cluster General Manager of Novotel
Bangkok Sukhumvit 20, said, “Novotel Bangkok Sukhumvit 20 was in an unique
situation, having operated and welcomed guests throughout the
duration of the pandemic. As a result, we have constantly evolved
our operations, ensuring the safety and wellbeing of our guests
and team remain our first priority. Receiving the Allsafe label is
a wonderful acknowledgement of the hard work and dedication shown
by our team.”
In Asia Pacific, more than 940 of the
group’s 1,228 hotels are now open, representing over 76% of the
network within this region, with more being added each week.