Hilton Garden Inn Custom House Hotel Becomes First Irish Hotel To Receive Shield Safety 'Safe To Trade' Accreditation
Dublin's Hilton Garden Inn Custom House hotel has become the first Irish hotel to receive Shield Safety Group's "Safe to Trade" accreditation. The hotel received the accreditation, which is open to...
Dublin's Hilton Garden Inn Custom House hotel has become the first Irish hotel to receive Shield Safety Group's "Safe to Trade" accreditation.
The hotel received the accreditation, which is open to businesses in Ireland and the UK, following an extensive remote and physical audit of all aspects of hotel's operations, including front and back of house, customer management and adherence to all COVID-19 government public health guidelines, as well as an assessment of various performance metrics.
Located on Dublin's Custom House Quay, the Hilton Garden Inn Custom House hotel is managed by Amaris Hospitality and is the first of the group's 30 hotels across Ireland and the UK to reopen to the public.
Hilton Garden Inn Custom House hotel general manager Niall Mitchell stated, "We're now pleased to reopen our doors once again to our customers and are encouraged by the levels of demand we've witnessed so far, despite it being a challenging road ahead. Additionally, we're delighted to have received this certification which highlights the efforts of all of our staff to deliver the highest possible standards of safety and assurance to the public as we reopen."
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