Hotel chain PrideInn is gearing to open business to the public mid-June when government effects plan to ease restriction of movements across the country.
The hotel has today said it is preparing to reopen hotels in Nairobi and Mombasa to the local guests.
“Plans are underway for reopening our hotel facilities to visitors starting mid-June or as soon as cessations are lifted. Business won’t be as usual, we have already made changes to our standard operating procedures in accordance to the rules provided by the Ministry of Health since we have to maintain social distancing, frequent sanitization and ensure safety of both our guests and our staff,” said Hasnain Noorani, PrideInn Hotels Managing Director.
On Saturday, government unveiled a Sh 53.7 billion economic stimulus programme to help in fixing the unfolding economic crisis brought by the Covid-19 pandemic.
Government allocated Sh3 billion for hoteliers to renovate their premises – through the Tourism Financing Corporation. Another Sh 1 billion was given to Kenya Tourism Board for post-Covid-19 tourism marketing.