Hotel Temporary Preventive Measures - As of 10/7/2021
On July 8, 2021, the Council of Ministers approved the following preventive measures:
To check-in at the hotel, it is mandatory to present a negative test to Covid-19 or a digital certificate.
The document must be presented at check-in. The measure does not include children under 12 years old.
The tests to be presented by customers in establishments can be PCR or antigen with laboratory results, as well as auto-tests carried out in person (at the entrance of the hotel) or obtained by visiting a health professional.
Auto-tests can be purchased at pharmacies and supermarkets. You can also purchase the self-test directly at the hotel, subject to availability.
Futhermore, to enter the restaurant, clients that are not guests at the hotel are required to present a negative test or digital certificate.
This measure is only required from 7pm on Fridays and on weekends.
These measures come into effect on July 10, 2021.
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The World Health Organization has declared Coronavirus the causal agent of COVID-19, as a public health emergency of international scope. To avoid risks and infections, the Hotel has developped an internal protocol that defines the necessary prevention, control and surveillance procedures. This establishment declares to comply with the requirements defined by the Portuguese Tourism Board, in accordance with the guidelines of the Portuguese National Health Service, which allow it to be considered a HEALTHY & SAFE establishment.
In addition to the mandatory measures implemented by the government, Hotel Roma has developed some extra measures with our guests in mind.
Training for all employees
All Hotel Roma employees have received information and/or specific training about:
Hand hygiene: wash hands frequently with soap and water for at least 20 seconds or use hand sanitizer that has at least 70º of alcohol, covering all surfaces of the hands and rubbing them until dry.
Respiratory etiquette: cough or sneeze into the flexed forearm or use a tissue, which should then be immediately disposed of; Always clean your hands after coughing or sneezing and after blowing yor nose; Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth with your hands.
Social behaviour: changec the frequency and method of contact between workers and between workers and clients, avoiding (when possible) close contact, handshaking, kissing, shared workplaces, face-to-face meetings and sharing food, utensils, cups and towels.
How to comply with daily self-monitoring for fever assessment (measuring body temperature and recording the value and time of measurement), check for coughing or difficulty breathing.
How to comply with the guidelines of Portugal's National Health Service for surface cleaning and clothes treatment in establishments.
Information for all customers
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