Travelodge Bar Cafe stays closed as Hastings’ hotel reopens for business

Even as the main hotel reopens the Travelodge Hastings Bar Cafe will stay closed in line with Covid-19 safety measures.

The Hastings Travelodge, in Bohemia Road, has been closed since March when lockdown was imposed because of the coronavirus pandemic.

The hotel chain, which operates 573 hotels across the UK, said it has invested in a new Covid-19 safety and social distance programme called Travelodge Protect +.

During the lockdown, Travelodge kept 62 hotels open across the UK to support key workers, less vulnerable groups and local authorities.

Shakila Ahmed, Travelodge spokeswoman, said: “We are delighted to be welcoming customers back to our Travelodge hotels and excited to be reopening Hastings Travelodge.

“With safety at the forefront of our business, we have worked closely with our hotel teams that stayed open during the lockdown, government and industry bodies to develop our new Covid-19 safety programme called Travelodge Protect +.

“This safety programme is designed to keep our customers and teams safe and has been implemented into all Travelodge hotels.”

In addition, as hotels are not allowed to currently operate their restaurants or serve a hot breakfast buffet, Travelodge has launched a new version of its breakfast box that customers can buy from their hotel reception desk or online.

For the latest information on Travelodge Hastings visit: https://www.travelodge.co.uk/hotels/302/Hastings-hotel

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