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The Oberoi Group launches enhanced health and safety programme

25 May 2020 by Business Traveller India
The Oberoi Rajvilas, Jaipur

The Oberoi Group has introduced a comprehensive health and safety programme across all Oberoi and Trident hotels.

The health and safety standards and guidelines will be reviewed by hygiene and safety managers at each hotel, as well as by senior members of the hotel management team. The hospitality brand has partnered with Bureau Veritas, a leading label in laboratory testing, inspection and certification, to validate and review the programme.

On the F&B front, restaurants across Oberoi properties will ensure safe distancing without compromising on the overall dining experience of guests. Immunity building wellness dishes and drinks are being incorporated in the menu.

Hotels will ensure that their fleet of owned and operated cars are sanitised before and after each trip.

State-of-the-art technology will be utilised to reduce human contact for check-in and checkout and dining among others.

Vikram Oberoi, managing director and chief executive officer of The Oberoi Group said, “Our stringent health and safety standards are now available on the Oberoi Hotels and Resorts and Trident Hotels websites in their entirety.

“We hope this will help our guests understand in detail the measures we have implemented for their safety and perhaps others too may find these standards useful. Every effort will be made to ensure our hotels continue to be the safest and most desirable option for our guests and our employees.”

The comprehensive safety guidelines can be viewed on oberoihotels.com/safety-and-hygiene/ and tridenthotels.com/safety-and-hygiene.

In other news, The Oberoi, Mumbai has introduced a special takeaway menu for its guests.

The hotel will serve popular dishes from its signature restaurants, Vetro, and Fenix to your doorsteps.

Dishes from Vetro include minestrone, a south Italian home-style vegetable soup and roast onion puree, a parmesan ravioli.  Guests can also order a variety of dishes from its main course section. The menu features vegetable lasagna, potato gnocchi with wild mushrooms, grilled chicken diavola, red wine braised New Zealand lamb shank, chilli and herb-crusted Scottish salmon and spaghetti bolognaise.

Desserts such as tiramisu and mango panna cotta are also available for the takeaway.

Global specials from Fenix are Thai curry; pomfret meuniere (roast potatoes with caper butter sauce); spinach and mushroom quiche; Teriyaki tofu; Yaki soba noodles; miso-marinated black cod (shiitake mushrooms, water chestnuts, hazigame-pickled ginger), among others.

Must order from their regional classics are gucchi matter (morels and green peas cooked in an onion and cashew nut gravy); khichdi and kadhi (Gujarati dish cooked with tempered yoghurt, lentils and rice; Fenix fish curry (fish cooked in a chilli and coconut gravy); bhuna gosht (lamb cooked with onions, ginger and chillies) and different types of biryani to name a few.

The hotel follows the following steps to ensure safety and hygiene:

Takeaway: Pick up of food can be done from the main porch of the hotel.

Contactless payment: Only online payments via UPI and card payments.

Packed with Care: Kindly discard all packaging material responsibly.

Safety and Hygiene: Highest hygiene and sanitation protocol followed that is guided by leading health experts.

To place orders, call: 022 6632 615 and 022 6632 6240

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