Kanika Hotels & Resorts remain faithful to our number one priority, which is the well-being, health and safety of guests and employees. With that in mind, new operating procedures and guidelines have been set up, including a responsible plan regarding the exposure and prevention of the COVID-19 spread. These are implemented across all Kanika Hotels & Resorts, to make guests feel safe while staying or visiting the hotels.LEARN MORE
April / 14th / 2021
At Kanika Hotels and Resorts, our number one priority is the well-being, health and safety of our guests and employees. In order to secure that, we have set-up new operating procedures and guidelines, including a responsible plan regarding the exposure and prevention of the COVID-19 spread. These will be implemented across all of Kanika Hotels & Resorts in order to make our guests feel safe while staying or visiting our hotels.
To prevent COVID-19 spread, all of our employees and guests will be screened for body temperature and sign-up prior to entry. Sanitizing stations will also be available at hotel’s main entrance, back of house entrance, buffet restaurant entrance and other public areas (indoors and outdoors).
Note: There will be a 2-hour time lap between departure and new arrival in every room
All public areas (ie. Public WC, Lobby, Restaurants & Bars, Gym) will be cleaned and disinfected frequently every hour until 11 PM.
Note: Kanika Hotels & Resorts follow the Government’s Health & Hygiene Protocols and Regulation guidelines, which are subject to change at a moment’s notice. The Hotel’s management reserves the right to adjust daily operation at its own discretion aligning with the covid mandates. This includes opening/closing hours of outlets, rotation sequence of culinary schedule, and others always with the best intentions of the health and welfare of our guests and employees.
In the unlikely event, a guest tests positive for COVID-19, the Cyprus government will provide a dedicated quarantine hotel, as well as to the persons deemed as close contacts of persons who test positive for coronavirus.