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Seymour Group Listed as Visit Safe Establishments

Seymour Group Listed as Visit Safe Establishments

12 August 2020

We are proud to have been acknowledged by Visit Jersey as a part of their brand new Visit Safe Charter, to help promote Jersey's efforts to provide a safer environment for visitors in 2020.

The Visit Safe Charter is designed to instill confidence in islanders and visitors to explore #theislandbreak as part of our 'new normal'.

Four key goals of the Visit Safe Charter:

  • Provide Jersey’s tourism and hospitality industry with a united approach that effectively addresses risk from Covid-19 and mitigates its present and future impact to the visitor economy.
  • Give islanders and visitors confidence that they can enjoy #theislandbreak safe in the knowledge that robust measures and protocols are in place to combat Covid-19.
  • Provide a seal of approval for businesses that adhere to the Visit Safe Checklist. The Visit Safe logo will help to instil consumer confidence and kick-start the visitor economy.
  • We are stronger as one and with a united approach to marketing the Visit Safe Charter we will have a greater impact.

 

Our Seymour Group properties, including the Merton Hotel and Aquadome, Pomme d'Or Hotel, Greenhills Country House Hotel and the Watersplash Beach Bar and Diner have all implemented stricter hygiene and safety protocols to ensure the highest standards of cleanliness so our visitors can enjoy an experience that is cleaner and safer than ever before.

To meet the new challenges presented by COVID-19, we have responded by implementing new, stringent, precautionary operational measures to protect the health and safety of all our employees and customers, to provide a safe and clean environment for all. Here at Seymour Hotels, we swiftly introduced our own Safe Stay Pledge in the beginning of June. And now with the added validation of the Visit Safe Charter, we are working closely alongside other Jersey businesses to make the island a safe place to visit for overseas visitors as well as for our local population.

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