The GAT group, Tourism Asset Management, receives the Safe Tourism Certified seal granted by the ICTE for this hotel as well as for the rest of the hotels operated by the company.
– The Hotel Guadalmina Spa&Golf Resort, managed by the company Gestión de Activos Turísticos, received the Safe Tourism Certified seal granted by the Institute for Spanish Tourism Quality (ICTE), whose objective is to guarantee compliance with the maximum health and hygiene guarantees, turning its services into certified safe spaces.
– Tourism Asset Management operates in addition to the Hotel Guadalmina, other establishments in the community of Andalusia as the recently opened Islantilla DoubleTree by Hilton or Hotel Encinar de Sotogrande in addition to the Hotel Marriott La Sella in Denia (Alicante) and two apartment complexes also located in Denia and Islantilla respectively and complete a total offer of more than 1,000 beds. All the establishments managed by GAT have obtained the Safe Tourism seal of approval.
– The certificates have been achieved against the Technical Specification UNE 0066, created from the Guides for the Prevention of Contagion against SARS-CoV-2 that was developed by the ICTE in coordination with the Secretariat of State for Tourism, the sector’s employers, unions and associations for the prevention of occupational hazards, under the mandate of the Ministry of Industry, Trade and Tourism and validated by the Ministry of Health.
MÁLAGA – The GAT Company, Gestión de Activos Turísiticos, has received the Safe Tourism Certified seal from the Institute for Spanish Tourism Quality (ICTE), which guarantees compliance with the maximum health and hygiene guarantees in the provision of its hotel management services.
Safe Tourism Certified is a guarantee and certification mark that accredits compliance with the UNE 0066 Technical Specification that establishes the guidelines and recommendations for the reduction of the spread of the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus in the tourism sector.
The seal is obtained after passing an audit carried out by independent companies. This Technical Specification, like the other 20 relating to the tourism sector, was created from the protocols drawn up by the ICTE in coordination with the Secretariat of State for Tourism, the sector’s employers, trade unions and associations for the prevention of occupational hazards under the mandate of the Ministry of Industry, Trade and Tourism and validated by the Ministry of Health.
The seal was presented by the General Director of the Institute for Spanish Tourism Quality, Fernando Fraile, who wanted to highlight “the effort made by the GAT Company when implementing the risk prevention protocols against COVID-19 and wanted to record how important it is for employers to be certified to verify compliance and, therefore, offer the greatest guarantees to tourists, workers and residents of the municipalities where the activity is carried out. “
The GAT company was represented by its CEO, Ramón Garayar, who took the floor to say that “The hotel and tourism sector had already been observing important and strict health and safety regulations. The current circumstances have served to reinforce them and to work on the implementation of all the measures that contribute to making our clients’ stay the best experience in every sense. There is nothing better to face the challenge than to assume it with good travel companions like Azimut and Microservices, companies with extensive knowledge and experience in safety matters developed under the premises of the Institute for Spanish Tourist Quality (ICTE) for the achievement of the Safe Tourism seal. It is therefore a commitment that goes beyond the norm and that we understand extended as part of the experience of the client who stays in our hotels and apartments”.
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