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Award-Winning Eden Bleu Hotel, Seychelles Reports Outstanding Achievement As It Vaccinates 90% Of Its Dedicated Hotel Staff, Ensuring No Cases Of Covid-19!

March 4, 2021 Coronavirus (Covid-19) No Comments Email Email

The multi-award-winning, five-star Eden Bleu Hotel, located on Eden Island, Seychelles is excited to announce that 90% of its dedicated staff have been vaccinated against Covid-19, with the SinoPharm, Oxford University/AstraZeneca vaccines. As a result, there have been no (staff or guest) cases of Covid-19 in the hotel! To further eliminate the spread and concentration of Covid-19 Eden Bleu Hotel has also successfully implemented all PHA protocols, guidelines and adhered to all international standards for safety and sanitation, making Eden Bleu Hotel one of the safest luxury hotels.

The Seychelles is one of the world’s most COVID-safe destinations, as 70% of the population will be vaccinated by the end of March. Eden Bleu Hotel has followed in the same vein by successfully implementing all PHA protocols. This has led to Eden Bleu Hotel retaining contracts with two major international airlines: Emirates Airlines and Qatar Airways which are flying to the Seychelles five times a week and three times a week respectively. Eden Bleu Hotel’s excellent facilities, and close proximity to Seychelles International Airport, just a mere 15 minutes-drive away, and the implementation of PHA protocols and the forward-thinking inoculation of its staff, have led to Eden Bleu Hotel being selected to host the crew of such two prominent and globally-renowned airlines, in a safe and sanitised environment.

“Eden Bleu Hotel has made a significant contribution to the Seychelles’ rapidly expanding tourism and travel sector and we continue to do so by providing both our esteemed guests and valued staff with a safe, secure and sanitised environment, serving the international and local community in both a business and leisure capacity.” Comments Manuel Policarpo, General Manager of Eden Bleu Hotel.

Every precaution has been taken to allow guests to explore the hotel, island and the famous Eden Plaza, with its array of shops and restaurants, with peace of mind. Private rooms and public areas are carefully sanitised, using foggier sanitising and ozone treatments to eliminate all airborne virus or bacteria. Eden Bleu Hotel’s concierge has been extensively trained to prevent cross-contamination and ensure the disinfection of all incoming luggage, whilst temperature checks are conducted on arrival by the reception staff. Guests can continue to enjoy every part of the hotel, with special measures in place at the range of exceptional bars and restaurants.

Eden Bleu Hotel is an affordable luxury in paradise. Conveniently located on Eden Island, attached to the Seychelles main island of Mahé via a 100-metre road bridge, Eden Bleu Hotel offers 75 deluxe rooms, 12 suites and one Presidential Suite. Many of the rooms offer panoramic views of the Mahé’s majestic mountains. The sprawling infinity pool overlooks the international marina – a lively destination for the world’s most impressive superyachts. Ideal for business events, the Eden Bleu also includes a modern conference centre with state-of-the-art amenities.

To book your stay, meeting, conference or event at the award-winning Eden Bleu Hotel, please do not hesitate to contact: sales@edenbleu.com or the reservations department at reservations@edenbleu.com or telephone + 248 439 9100

www.edenbleu.com

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