Hamilton Princess & Beach Club has announced it will officially welcome back guests to the hotel from Friday, August 28th.
“To celebrate, the resort is offering two special rates for locals to enjoy a well-deserved staycation through the month of September – available to book from tomorrow,” a spokesperson said.
“Starting from $229 a night for a Fairmont King Room, guests can enjoy the hotel’s elegant rooms and relax at the beautiful property overlooking Hamilton Harbour and enjoy a $50 credit [per stay] which can be used in the resort’s restaurants [in-room dining is excluded from this offer]. For those looking to really unwind during their well-deserved staycation, a special spa rate is available.
“Starting from $269 a night for a Fairmont King Room, guests can enjoy a $100 spa credit [per stay] to use exclusively towards any treatment at Exhale Spa during their stay. This spa rate must be booked at least four days in advance of the stay.
“Visitors will be able to make the most of some of the island’s finest dining options right on their doorstep: 1609, offering stunning views over the water with local seafood delivered to the hotel’s docks, Crown & Anchor, with its classic pub fare and stylish new veranda, and The Duchess Café and Gelateria, perfect for a casual breakfast or fun treat to-go. As of now, the Gold Lounge and Marcus’ are closed.
“Guests can make the most of their break by unwinding with Exhale Spa with a relaxing massage or rejuvenating workout. The spa pool – perfect for laps – and the infinity pool are ready to welcome guests back and offer poolside dining and bar service. Those who want the sand between their toes will be able to ride the iconic pink and white jitneys – with physical distancing in place – to the Princess Beach Club at Sinky Bay.”
Tim Morrison, General Manager of Hamilton Princess & Beach Club, said: ‘We are extremely pleased to officially welcome guests back to Hamilton Princess & Beach Club on the 28th of August and we hope to see many locals taking the opportunity to staycation with us.
“The hotel’s top priority remains the safety, care and wellbeing of our Hamilton Princess family and our guests. Welcoming, safeguarding and taking care of others is at the very heart of what we do and who we are.
“The global pandemic of Covid-19 has had an unprecedented impact on our industry, our island and our team members. We are extremely grateful for the support of our colleagues during this difficult time – I know that we all look forward to getting back to work and demonstrating our famous hospitality and world-class service to all those who stay with us.”
The spokesperson added, “New health and safety protocols developed with our parent company Accor and in line with local government guidelines have been instituted, with hotel staff orientated and trained in new procedures. Some of these measures include temperature checks for everyone entering the property, masks required throughout indoor public spaces and limited numbers of guests in elevators.
“Each guest room will be provided with a wellness kit which including masks, gloves, hand sanitiser and disinfecting wipes. Hand sanitiser stations have also been placed in key areas throughout the hotel for convenience.
“Guest bedrooms and common areas will be cleaned to the highest standards by specially trained, professional housekeepers, using EPA registered disinfectants that have proven effective in preventing the transmission of all viruses and pathogens, including Covid-19 – in accordance with local health guidelines. As an additional precaution, guest rooms will be deep cleaned and left vacant for a minimum of 48 hours after each stay.
“The new operational standards being implemented at Hamilton Princess and at Fairmont properties across North & Central America were developed and vetted by a team of expert advisors to ensure maximum efficacy in preventing the spread of all viruses and pathogens, including COVID-19, with oversight by Bureau Veritas, a world leader in testing, inspections and certification; Dr. Amesh Adalja, Senior Scholar at the Johns Hopkins University Center for Health Security & fellow with the Infectious Diseases Society of America; and Ruth Petran, Ph.D., CFS, Senior Corporate Scientist, Food Safety and Public Health, for Ecolab, global leaders in cleaning and hygiene, and trusted advisors to the CDC. The hotel has also achieved the All Safe Certification. For additional information on Hamilton Princess’ and Accor’s commitment to helping its community stay safe and stay well, please visit www.ALLSafeandWell.com.
“To provide extra peace of mind for visitors, Hamilton Princess, through Accor, is utilising an innovative new service in partnership with AXA, a world leader in insurance and assistance, to provide complimentary medical support to in-house guests. This means that any guest with a non-urgent medical need can be put in touch with a medical practitioner over the phone for no cost. Currently available in English and French, the service will be available in German, Portuguese and Spanish by the end of the year.
“Reservations can be made by visiting www.TheHamiltonPrincess.com or by calling 298-3000. To book the locals’ rate, please quote the code: PLOC. Both rates are available through to the end of September. Dining reservations are recommended at the resort’s open restaurants to facilitate contact tracing. The hotel is also taking bookings for events, with physical distancing and other safety measures in place – for more information, email email@example.com.
“In order to help travelers book with confidence, flexible rates are always available for booking, allowing change or cancellation up to 24 hours in advance of arrival. For guests who have booked a non-flexible rate directly with Hamilton Princess & Beach Club and need to make amends to their booking, please reach out to the hotel directly.”