Summer Island Maldives, Embudu Village, and Equator Village have all received a Gold Certificate for their health, safety and hygiene measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
The three properties, located in North and South Male’ atolls, and Addu atoll respectively, are owned by Kaimoo Resorts and Hotels, a Maldivian owned tourism company based in Male’.
The international certification, given by the organisation Hotel Resilient, was issued to the resorts in December. The certification process assesses each property’s policies to counter the spread of the coronavirus. Protocols to protect guests and staff, cleaning procedures, hygiene measures, physical distancing measures, and plans for treating an infected person, are reviewed and given an assessment score.
The Gold Certificate is the highest certificate issued by Hotel Resilient. It is indicative of a resort’s exemplary policies and protocols to keep guests and staff safe.
Commenting on the Gold Certificates for the three resorts, Kaimoo Managing Director Manih Ahmed said: “I am delighted to receive Gold Certification for our resorts. It demonstrates the safety of our properties, and the effectiveness of the COVID measures we put in place upon re-opening. Guests can have peace of mind that it is safe to holiday in the Maldives at our resorts.”
Summer Island Maldives, Embudu Village, and Equator Village re-opened in September, introducing rigorous health and hygiene measures to counter COVID-19.
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