& Hygienezone Protocols
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"Breathe Free" Policy
Aarunya Nature Resort, the standard for genuine Sri Lankan hospitality and service has always extended a true precedence to the safety and contentment of our valued guests and team members. Our wide range of services, offered with an unparalleled quality of standards, assure that holidaymakers enjoy an authentic Sri Lankan experience in a luxury boutique-hotel setting.
We wish to pass our heartfelt regards to those affected by the current situation surrounding COVID-19. In times like these we believe that the importance and value of the core tenets of nature, good health, and well-being are reinforced. Our founding vision and principles are informed by these core tenets. As such we will fearlessly continue to develop and be guided by these as part of our core mission, contribution, and offering to our valued guests, staff, and society.
Why Aarunya for a post Covid-19 stay?
Aarunya is located in an ideal setting for social distancing and isolation, with private villas on a 7 acre mixed plantation, spice garden, and tea estate, uninterrupted mountain views, fresh mountain air, unique fauna and flora, a place naturally blessed for the perfect hideaway, getaway, wellness retreat, or even working holiday.
Your Travel Flexibility
Given these unique circumstances we remain committed to offering you flexible booking options and special offers for that extra peace of mind. All existing and future bookings for any stays until 31 December 2021 are automatically eligible for free cancellation and amendment until 24 hours before check-in.
Exclusive Health & Safety Guidelines & Preventative Protocols for the Coronavirus (COVID-19) Outbreak
We are proud to launch as part of the 'Breathe Free' Policy, our exclusive Health & Safety Guidelines & Preventative Protocols for the Coronavirus (COVID-19) Outbreak.
This has been launched in line with Sri Lanka Tourism Development Authority, Ministry of Health and the World Health Organization’s guidelines. The manual covers every aspect of the hotels operations; guest and staff contact areas, equipment, safety measures and emergency protocols in place. This is in addition to the continuous staff training that is being carried out. The document is available as a template for all industry partners both locally and internationally and will be updated constantly to reflect all new information and measures as received. Aarunya has taken every step necessary to ensure the highest level of hygiene and safety is maintained while we look forward to welcoming guests back to Sri Lanka and to our beautiful resort.
To ensure your safety we went the extra mile.
We manage our hygiene standards in a data-driven protocol to make sure you are in a safe & clean environment every second you stay with us. With Hygienezone, we maintain top-notch hygiene standards and stay compliant with government-issued guidelines as well as WHO recommended hygiene practices in real-time basis.
Sri Lanka Gets WTTC Safe Travel Stamp
The global safety and hygiene stamp was launched by the WTTC to allow potential travellers to identify places and companies that have adopted standardised health and hygiene protocols, especially during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
“The stamp represents a critical step in rebuilding consumer confidence in Travel and Tourism and allowing travelers to rest easy knowing that enhanced standards of hygiene are in place and they can once again experience ‘Safe Travels’,” WTTC President and CEO Gloria Guevara said.
The council announced new protocols to be adopted by destinations to be awarded the stamp. These protocols were established through the experience of the council’s members in tackling the pandemic and also taking into consideration the guidelines issued by the World Health Organisation and the Centre for Disease Control and Prevention.
It is expected that the new measures would provide ‘consistency and guidance’ to both travel providers and travelers on new approach to ‘health, hygiene, deep cleansing and physical distancing, in the ‘new normal’ of COVID-19 world’.