At Varbergs Kusthotell we make every effort to ensure our guests feel safe when staying with us. The safety and health of our guests and employees is our top priority.
WE ARE TAKING THE FOLLOWING MEASURES TO ENSURE OUR GUESTS' STAY IS A SAFE AND SECURE ONE:
- For us, it goes without saying that we always follow and update our hygiene and cleaning procedures to avoid viruses in all their forms, including COVID-19. In addition to our normal cleaning procedures, we are paying extra attention to cleaning and disinfecting surfaces that are frequently touched, such as door handles, lift buttons, etc.
- Hand sanitiser is available for our guests.
- In the restaurant and spa we have limited the number of guests and implemented staggered time slots.
- All our employees receive regular information and instructions based on the authorities' recommendations.
- We ensure our water is maintained at a high quality. The American equivalent to our environmental and health protection administration has investigated how coronaviruses in general and Covid-19 in particular behave in swimming baths and pools. It has been shown that coronaviruses are easier to eradicate than other viruses, which we already protect against via treatment plants, filters, chlorine and UV light.
- Book safely, thanks to a favourable cancellation policy that enables cancellations at short notice. Read more about our booking rules for private stays here.
- In the event of cancellation, the terms and conditions stated on your booking confirmation will apply.
- If you have booked via third-party channels (e.g. booking.com, hotels.com, etc.), their cancellation and booking terms apply. Please contact them directly to find out about the booking rules.
- Conference cancellation policy
What can you do as a guest
We all have a responsibility to reduce and prevent the spread of infection.
- Cancel your booking and stay at home if you are generally ill or have a cough, fever or a cold.
- Carefully follow all the recommendations of the Public Health Agency of Sweden.
Read the Public Health Agency of Sweden's questions and answers about Covid-19.