Shaza Madinah, a five-star hotel in Saudi Arabia, has rolled out a programme, called Shaza Assures (Active Safety & Sanitisation measures to Uphold and Reassure Excellence in Service) to ensure safety of its guests.

Shaza Assures features a set of protocols that are combined with Shaza’s present Operating Standards, reported

It has been designed to make sure that the health of hotel’s guests are safeguarded.

The hotel secured Bureau Veritas (BV) certification for embracing preventive measures and complying with good hygiene practices.

Shaza Hotels – KSA country general manager Amjad Irshaidat was quoted by the news agency as saying: “Social distancing and unprecedented hygiene concerns have become a norm in today’s Covid-19 world; therefore, we are introducing Shaza ASSURES.”

He further added: “The programme presents many strict measures that include conducting temperature checks, intensive cleaning of the rooms, no or low interaction with housekeeping during the stay, downtime between two stays in one room, distanced seating in lobby and restaurants, and others.”

Meanwhile, in a separate development in the Middle East hotel industry, Park Hyatt Doha is set to reopen this month.

The hotel closed soon after its opening in December 2019 due to Covid-19 pandemic.

It features 187 guest rooms and suites with interiors inspired by the local architecture.

It has pillar-less ballroom, a fully equipped business centre, complimentary valet parking, spa facilities and gyms, and outdoor swimming pool.

Park Hyatt Doha general manager Stefan Gaessler was quoted by the news agency as saying: “We are thrilled to welcome back our guests and to have the opportunity to reintroduce our luxury property to travellers across the Middle East. We can’t wait for our guests to experience the understated luxuries Park Hyatt is renowned for around the globe and for them to enjoy everything the vibrant city of Doha has to offer.”