As hotel and resorts around the world begins to resume in phasis, The Bolton Whites Hotel is set to reopen to the public starting from Monday, July 6.
The hotel, based at Wanderers’ University of Bolton stadium in Horwich, will welcome guests for the first time after months of lockdown amid the ongoing coronavirus health risk.
General manager Suzanne Suzanne Speak said during the lockdown the hotel had the “privilege” of remaining to operate for key workers due to its reputation for safety and cleanliness.
“The safety of our guests and visitors is always our number one priority. “We would like to reassure you that we are taking every step possible to ensure your well-being is not compromised during your stay with us”, She said.
“Our reputation for safety and cleanliness has enabled us to have the privilege of continuing to operate during the lockdown period for our key workers.
“During this period, we have been working on very detailed plans so that our guests and visitors’ experience and well-being will not be compromised as Bolton Whites operates in this ‘new world’.
“From Monday, July 6, we will reopen our hotel and we will continue to update our guests with the latest information.
“To deliver this ‘new normal’ we have been liaising closely with our suppliers and our health and safety team as well as keeping on top of the ever-evolving Government and industry guidance to adapt and ensure that our business and hospitality service practices are followed meticulously.
“We want to ensure that your faith, confidence and trust in our levels of safety and cleanliness will remain as we look forward to welcoming you back to Bolton Whites.
“Our emphasis on hygiene has always been paramount, but we have introduced some additional procedures so you can be confident of your safety – please click here to familiarise yourself with them.”