Sterling Holiday Resorts announced its collaboration with Apollo Clinics to reassure its promise of safe and hygienic holidays through its program called ‘Sterling Cares’. The announcement came when Sterling Holiday Resorts reopened 13 resorts across Jaipur, Sariska, Puri, Lonavala, Mussoorie, Mount Abu, Thekkady, Rajakkad, Wayanad, Palakollu, Karwar and Nature Trails resorts in Sajan and Durshet. It is expected that other resorts in Goa, Kodaikanal, Ooty, and Yelagiri, Darjeeling, Munnar, Nainital, Kufri, Gangtok, Manali, Corbett, Dharamshala, Kanha, Anaikatti, Srinagar, Yercaud, and Guruvayur are to reopen soon.
The measures taken to ensure safe and hygienic holidays
The Sterling Cares program offers a comprehensive hygiene & sanitation program for guests across all their resorts. Also, the Sterling Holidays introduced a unique Holiday Insurance, Tech innovations such as QR code menus and designing new games and holiday activities that follow the norms of social distancing and keeping in mind the safety of visitors.
The CMD of Sterling Holiday Resorts, Ramesh Ramanathan, announced, “We spoke to a large section of our customers during the lockdown and were happy to note that a majority of them were eager to holiday at our resorts post lockdown. They mentioned during our survey that hygiene and safety will be their most important consideration when taking a holiday. The safety and well-being of our guests are paramount. I am very happy to announce that our Sterling Cares program is in association with Apollo Clinics – the most trusted brand in the healthcare sector.”
Dr. Ajay H. Gangoli, the Director of Medical Services of Apollo Health & Lifestyle, said, “The Apollo Group has the health and safety of patients and healthcare professionals as its top priority. With the on-going COVID-19 pandemic it has become even more imperative that we partner with entities to help create safe and secure environments. We are very happy with this association and we believe that customers of Sterling, will benefit favorably with this association.”