Hotels and all tourism operators in Tunisia will now have to display the “Ready & Safe” label of the new national Health Protocol.
WHO directives, this protocol will allow establishments that comply with it to reopen from June 4.
Developed by the Tunisian National Tourist Office and validated by the health authorities, inspired by international experiences and
250 hygiene and health security rules
The “Ready and Safe” Protocol includes 250 points.
It requires regular disinfection operations: for example, cleaning and disinfecting rooms and air conditioners filters before each new guest.
The temperature of clients and all staff will be checked.
All measures will be taken to maintain physical distances: capacity reduced by 50% for hotels and transport vehicles, distance of 2.5 meters between tables, floor tracing, microphones for guides during excursions etc.
For staff, masks will be mandatory for all contact with customers and during room cleaning.
Of course, alcohol gel dispensers will be available in all parts of the hotels.
There will be some prohibitions. For example, self-service restaurants, indoor shows, use of the hammam, contact pool sports will no longer be allowed.
Hotels and guesthouses in Tunisia
International protocols and certifications
While waiting to comply with the new national protocol, many hotels had already prepared “special Covid19” measures.
The 7 Tunisian hotels with the Lti, PrimaSol and Club Calimera brands have the health protocol established by the German group DER.
In addition, Lti Bellevue Park
has also obtained POSI (Prevention of the Spread of Infection) certification from Cristal International Standards
for its anti-Covid19 procedures.
The hotels of the international chain Radisson Blu
rely on the “Radisson Safety Control” established in partnership with the certification body SGS
The Orangers hotels in Hammamet have obtained certification from Bureau Veritas for their compliance with WHO health measures.
Ideas against coronavirus
Some hotels have found other ideas for your safety.
At the Dar El Marsa hotel (Coasts of Carthage), the restaurant menu is dematerialized via a QR code to avoid manipulation.
At the Golden Yasmin Les Oliviers Palace
hotel (Sfax), your luggage and shoes
are disinfected, the towels
are delivered in closed individual bags and all menu cards
are accessible on smartphones
In the Auberge de Tamezret
guesthouse in the South, masks and gloves
are available to guests. Information sheets
can be completed with a disinfected pen
, or online
without any contact.