One of Derbyshire’s most popular hotels, Morley Hayes, has unveiled it latest kit to ensure its guests can stay Covid-free at its premises.
Morley Hayes has become one of a small number of establishments locally to have taken delivery of a heavy-duty fogging machine from Derby company PPE Products Direct.
The machine comprises of a spray tank which coats surfaces with a high-powered disinfectant to remove the presence of any germs, bacteria, and viruses in high-traffic areas.
Although the machine continues to provide antimicrobial activity for up to seven days after application, bosses at Morley Hayes say its housekeeping team will disinfect the whole room from floor to ceiling with the device after the departure of every guest.
Bosses of the four-star hotel say the introduction of these new measures will give guests the confidence and reassurance that they are protected to the highest levels against the virus.
Unlike many other hotels, which are unable to serve meals during lockdown, Morley Hayes is continuing to serve a full breakfast and dinner menu as its Roosters restaurant is still serving takeaway food.
Managing director Andrew Allsop said: “The introduction of our new microbial spray machine technology will give our guests the confidence that they have the best possible protection against Covid-19.
“Our aim is to provide the highest levels of service and safety during the current lockdown, accommodating business guests and ensuring their safety with the extensive series of health and safety measures that we have put in place.
“The current lockdown rules state that hotels and other accommodation should only remain open for business guests. As a result, most hotels have closed their doors, but here at Morley Hayes, we have taken the decision to offer a full hotel service to our business guests.
“Although all restaurants are closed in the UK, we are able to offer a full menu for in-room dining and are serving an extensive menu of fresh, home-cooked meals, along with a selection of wines, spirits and beers.”
Originally published at derby telegraph