Sarova Hotels and Resort’s city property Sarova Panafric has introduced daycation packages for city dwellers looking for a serene environment to spend the day and for those seeking some time away from working from home.
The daycation package which is valid within hours of the day before curfew provides a room that comes with a 3-course lunch, morning and evening tea and snacks as well as select soft drinks all at a price of 7,500 shillings.
Sarova Panafric is also currently offering takeaway services following the directive from authorities to close restaurants and bars. In recent times the hotel has only been attending to in-house guests.
The Nairobi city hotel is seeking to meet customer demands in the current climate and has reinvented its offering to suit the dynamics and ensure that customers are comfortable, safe, and can still enjoy the hotel’s services within the stipulated guidelines.
Some of the safety protocols the hotel has been employing include, frequently cleaned, sanitized and disinfected surfaces after every guest use, linen-less tables in the restaurants, social distancing and spaced seating as per Government’s specific directives, sanitized tableware and glassware after every guest use, QR coded and website menu availability, contactless payment options as well as guest signage reminders on safe hygiene practices.
Sarova also incorporated novelties to its in-room dining services to minimize contact including digital in-room menus, contactless delivery – placement outside the room, and providing the option of disposable cutlery, crockery, and glassware. Gloves and masks to be worn as standard during all room service deliveries.