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ALMA BOLSTERS HEALTH AND SAFETY STANDARDS IN RESPONSE TO VIETNAM'S COVID-19 FLARE-UP

The new Alma Resort has upped the ante on its efforts to protect guests and staff from COVID-19 following a flare-up of the virus in Vietnam, introducing a second round of stringent health and safety measures.

ALMA BOLSTERS HEALTH AND SAFETY STANDARDS IN RESPONSE TO VIETNAM'S COVID-19 FLARE-UP

The new Alma Resort has upped the ante on its efforts to protect guests and staff from COVID-19 following a flare-up of the virus in Vietnam, introducing a second round of stringent health and safety measures.

Category: Asia Pacific - Vietnam - Industry economy - Sustainability
This is a press release selected by our editorial committee and published online for free on 2020-08-18
Filed by Balcony Media Group


The new Alma Resort has upped the ante on its efforts to protect guests and staff from COVID-19 following a flare-up of the virus in Vietnam, introducing a second round of stringent health and safety measures.

The beachfront resortís latest changes range from temporarily closing its 13-villa spa, 170sqm gym and yoga room, suspending buffet breakfast at its main restaurant Alma Garden and expanding its in-room dining menu, to requesting guests fill in a health declaration using a QR code and furnishing them with an electronic COVID-19 information kit upon check-in.

The 30-hectare resortís new measures support the Vietnamese authoritiesí social distancing requirements in numerous provinces including Khanh Hoa last week, after COVID-19 was detected in Danang late last month.

The latest changes at Alma, that first opened in December last year before temporarily closing from mid-April until late-May due to the onset of the global pandemic and the first wave of restrictions it prompted in Vietnam, compound a host of health and safety standards the resort previously introduced.

Body temperature checks, provision of hand sanitizer, spacious set-ups of facilities such as restaurant tables and sunbeds to ensure physical distancing, continual disinfection of common guest and staff areas as well as frequent touch points such as door handles and dining surfaces, and deep cleaning of guest rooms are among an array of measures the resort implemented early this year in response to the virus.

Alma staff have undergone COVID-19 safety training and are required to regularly wash their hands and wear face masks.

ďAfter 99 days straight of no new cases of COVID-19 via community transmission, the flare-up in Danang hits home that we can never rest on our laurels in this brave new worldsaid general manager Herbert Laubichler-Pichler.

ďAt Alma we all think of ourselves as housekeeping staff, all upholding cleaning and disinfection protocols, and we are doing everything we possibly can to ensure only the highest levels of health, safety and hygiene for all of our guests, our staff and our community

Under the resortís second wave of measures, the buffet breakfast at the resortís main restaurant, Alma Garden, has been suspended. Breakfast is now held at the Alma Food Court, where the majority of food is prepared into individual portions to avoid guests handling the same cutlery.

Guest numbers permitted in resort venues such as restaurants, the waterpark, science museum and putting green have been further tightened to help ensure social distancing.

Laubichler-Pichler also said the resortís two- and three-bedroom pavilions with large living and dining areas, kitchens and private pools had proven to be the most popular accommodations with guests in the wake of COVID-19 due to ďa perception of a home away from home thatís safer, where you donít have to mix with others as muchĒ. Alma expanded its in-room dining menu to cater to increased demand.

Bold, spacious and emblematic of Vietnamís maturation as a destination, the independently owned and operated Alma features 14 food and beverage outlets and a cascade of 12 beachfront swimming pools. Other drawing cards include a science museum, 6000 square metre waterpark, 13-treatment room spa, art gallery, cinema, convention centre, amphitheatre, youth centre with virtual reality games, kidís club, water sports centre, and an 18-hole putting green.

Further information about Almaís health and safety measures, visit https://www.alma-resort.com/covid19en

To contact Alma or to make a booking, please visit alma-resort.com or email info@alma-resort.com

About Alma

Situated on Vietnamís emerging Cam Ranh peninsula fronting Long Beach, Alma resort commands some 30 hectares of inspiring ground. Emblematic of Vietnam's maturation as a destination, the bold and spacious integrated resort offers 580 oversized suites and pavilions that all afford sweeping vistas of the ocean, including contemporary three bedroom oceanfront pavilions each totalling 224sqm with a living room, four bathrooms and a private pool. Alma features a broad spectrum of restaurants helmed by top chefs, a food court with an array of local and international cuisine, as well as a sports bar, pool bar and beach bar. Other highlights include 12 swimming pools cascading down to the beach, a waterpark, 13-treatment room spa, 70-seat cinema, convention centre, amphitheater, art gallery, science museum, gymnasium and yoga room, 18-hole mini golf course, a youth centre with virtual reality games, a kidís club, water sports centre and even an 'Alma Mart' mini supermarket.


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