The Dan Hotels collection has announced the gradual reopening of its properties after the current global pandemic caused Israeli tourism to come to a halt.
While the Dan Tel Aviv, Dan Hotels’ premier property in Tel Aviv, has remained open throughout the crisis, it will be joined next week by the Dan Caesarea and Dan Eilat, which will once again begin welcoming guests.
Other hotels in the collection will resume operations in the coming months after undergoing thorough disinfection and cleaning. The Dan Accadia in Herzliya, the Ruth Safed and the Neptune Eilat are expected to reopen in mid-June. While the iconic King David Hotel in Jerusalem, the Dan Carmel in Haifa and the Dan Panorama Eilat have a target opening date of early July, with the remainder of the group’s properties opening by mid-August. The group’s hotels will operate under the mantra: “Stay Safe & Enjoy by Dan Hotels.”
“We have been working hard during this period to ensure our guests return to the highest level of safety and comfort,” explained Ronen Nissenbaum, CEO of Dan Hotels, in a press release statement. “And we have developed a detailed health protocol, covering all areas of the hotels and all meeting the strict guidelines set out by the Israel Ministry of Health.”
The gyms, pools, entertainment venues, the Danyland Clubs and synagogues will be fully sanitized, and certain children’s activities will be held outdoors. Breakfasts at the Dan Hotels will remain as buffets, however guests will be shielded from the food by a transparent partition and hotel staff, wearing gloves and masks, will fill their plates.
Dan Hotels has also developed a new app (available at some properties) named “App to Dan,” which will allow guests to perform various actions during their stay without making physical contact with hotel staff.
For more information, visit danhotels.com.