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Marriott Cleanliness Council Redefines Cleaning and Safety Standards

Marriott Hotels Clean and Safety measures enhanced as hotels and resorts reopen.
The Marriott Cleanliness Council is redefining the hospitality giant’s cleaning and safety standards as companies hotels & resorts reopen.

As Marriott International welcomes guests to the company’s hotels & resorts around the globe, the Marriott Cleanliness Council is redefining the hospitality giant’s cleaning and safety standards. The brand operates five resorts in the Maldives with two properties in the pipeline.

As we welcome you back to our hotels around the world, we are committed to providing you with a safe environment that aligns with expert protocols for working to defeat COVID-19. Consisting of in-house and outside experts in food and water safety, hygiene and infection prevention, and hotel operations, our Marriott Cleanliness Council is redefining our cleaning and safety standards.

A statement by Marriott International

Marriott International is rolling out enhanced technologies including electrostatic sprayers to sanitize surfaces throughout their hotels. The company has elevated their rigorous protocols to thoroughly clean all surfaces with hospital-grade disinfectants in guest rooms. Marriott revealed its also testing ultraviolet light technology for sanitizing guest keys and devices shared by associates. Hand sanitizing stations are being installed at hotel entrances, front desks, elevator banks, and meeting spaces at their properties.

The company’s mobile technologies provide reassurance and distancing options for guests. In over 3,200 hotels, guests can use their mobile devices to check in, access room and order room services. In addition to many more measures, partitions at check-in to provide an extra level of precaution for guests and associates.

Marriott International encompasses a portfolio of more than 7,400 properties under 30 leading brands spanning 134 countries and territories. The company operates and franchises hotels and licenses vacation ownership resorts all around the world.

In the Maldives, the brand operates The St. Regis Maldives Vommuli Resort, JW Marriott Maldives Resort & Spa, W Maldives, The Westin Maldives Miriandhoo Resort and Sheraton Maldives Full Moon Resort & Spa. The hospitality giant is also preparing to debut its flagship luxury brand, The Ritz-Carlton and Le Méridien brand in the Maldives.

Feature image by Marriott

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Seaside Finolhu Baa Atoll Maldives Announces New Leadership Appointments

Meet the newest leadership appointments at Seaside Finolhu Baa Atoll.

Seaside Finolhu Baa Atoll Maldives introduces Steven D’Souza as Director of Food & Beverages, and Tammy Gan as Assistant Director of Branding & Marketing.

Steven D’Souza – Director of Food & Beverages

Originally from India, Steve brings over 18 years of experience within the hospitality Industry. Having achieved a Bachelor of Hotel Management degree, Steve has accumulated invaluable pre-opening resort experiences. Steve has worked across three continents and served as the Food and Beverage division Head at Cap Jaluca, A Belmond Hotel in Anguilla.

When it comes to the Maldives, Steve has worked at The Nautilus Maldives, Niyama Private Island Maldives, and Anantara Kihavah Maldives. Additionally, Steven has also worked in Anantara in Thailand, Raffles Hotels Canouan Island, Buccament Bay Spa and Resort in St. Vincent & Grenadines, and Sheraton Jumeirah in Dubai.

At Seaside Finolhu Baa Atoll, Steve will be reporting directly to the General Manager. He has been tasked with spearheading the F&B operations, prioritizing revenue growth, waste minimization, and regulatory compliance, as well as enhancing guest satisfaction through elevated service standards.

Tammy Gan – Assistant Director of Branding & marketing

Tammy, who is originally from Singapore joins Seaside Finolhu Baa Atoll with over 14 years of Marketing and Branding experience in the hospitality sector. Throughout her career, Tammy has worked in countries across Southeast Asia to the Middle East as well as the Maldives. Prior to this, Tammy held the position of Assistant Director of Marketing & Communications at The Nautilus Maldives. Additionally, she held roles in esteemed properties like Gili Lankanfushi Maldives, Laguna Banyan Tree Limited in Phuket, Anantara Hotels Resorts & Spa in UAE, and Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel.

In her new role, Tammy will report to the Director of Sales & Marketing. Here, she will oversee the strategic development and execution of marketing and communications plans for Finolhu and . HERE brands. Additionally, her role also encompasses brand enhancement, market analysis, advertising initiatives, resource allocation optimisation, as well as nurturing innovative branding and communication strategies through collaboration with external agencies.

I’m thrilled to welcome Steven and Tammy to Seaside Finolhu. I am confident that their expertise will help enhance our brand and elavate our dining experiences, ensuring unforgettable memoments for our guests, comments Steven Phillips – General Manager, Seaside Finolhu Baa Atoll.

Finolhu Baa Atoll Maldives is owned and managed by the Seaside Collection. The resort consists of 125 beachfront and overwater villas, four restaurants and an array of activities for guests to enjoy every day! Recently, the resort took groundbreaking measures to offer its employees more opportunities by signing an MoU with the Maldives National University. The MoU with Finolhu and MNU ensures the employees have opportunities to pursue further education and grow in the industry.

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