Since the onset of the pandemic, the priority concerns on everyone’s minds when considering a vacation would undoubtedly be about the health, safety, and hygiene standards in the chosen destination. Aitken Spence Hotels set exemplary standards in this regard when they quickly acted on this requirement for the peace of mind of its guests.
With heightened health and safety practices in all their properties, the resort group initiated efforts to fully vaccinate all its resort staff. In line with the ‘I’m Vaccinated’ campaign that commenced in the Maldives in April 2021, Heritance Aarah and Adaaran resorts in the Maldives have announced that 90% of the group’s ground staff are fully vaccinated.
“As we continue to combat the challenges posed by the surprising intruder that has unsettled the world - COVID-19, we are inspired to make our resorts a safe haven for our guests.” commented Managing Director, Aitken Spence Hotels Group, Susith Jayawickrama.
He further reassured the group’s commitment to take care of the most pressing issue among guests and staff alike, “This optimism is carried through at all our hotels and resorts, as we welcome you back, with open arms and heartfelt smiles.”
At Aitken Spence Group properties, the elevated cleanliness measures are implemented to enact elevated precautionary operational protocols to give their guests peace of mind regarding future stays. The measures are internationally recognized in alignment with industry-grade standards.
There are 5 operational resorts in Maldives under the Adaaran umbrella whilst sister resort of Heritance Resorts also join the collection in the dreamy Maldives.
Photos: Adaaran Prestige Vaadoo