The 25hours hotels in Berlin, Frankfurt, Munich, Hamburg, Cologne, Dusseldorf, Vienna and Zurich are ready to welcome tourists and business travellers with virtually no restrictions, and all destinations have reopened their eateries and restaurants for guests and locals. Coinciding with the anticipated opening of borders between Germany, Austria, Switzerland and France, the Paris hotel will also be welcoming guests from mid-June. There’s nothing stopping a delightful city trip to one of our popular destinations over the warmer months. It feels so liberating that this year’s summer campaign at the exciting hotels will bear the slogan: HELLO AGAIN! What’s more, we’ve introduced some new features to ensure an even more relaxing stay: a modified hygiene concept, free minibars and a focus on cashless payment..
Naturally, additional hygiene requirements and the advisable rules of conduct will apply at all 25hours hotels and eateries to ensure compliance with local regulations. Although it runs contrary to the 25hours philosophy, everyone is keeping a distance at the hotel these days. Check-in and out will be managed as quickly as possible, and we have introduced a rule that no-one may enter a guest’s room uninvited. Rooms will be cleaned and minibars restocked only at the request of our guests. Cleaning frequencies have been increased in public spaces, with a particular focus on switches, buttons, remote controls and door handles. Breakfast service is one of our particular concerns. The 25hours hotels are using guest feedback to adapt presentation and service on a regular basis. The aim is to ensure equal consideration of additional hygiene requirements and the wishes of our guests.
25hours is focusing on contactless payment in line with the modified hygiene concept. The aim is to introduce standard operating procedures that ensure faster, safer and more hygienic processes in light of the current situation. The 25hours hotels in HafenCity are currently piloting completely cashless service. There are plans to roll out the system at other establishments once the trial phase is complete. “The adjustment does not present any technical difficulties. This has already been demonstrated. But we want to find out whether the guests at our destinations are sufficiently willing to make the switch. Hamburg is the ideal place for us to conduct this kind of experiment: Firstly, we have restaurants and bars there in addition to the hotels; and secondly, the city attracts a broad variety of target groups”, explains Bruno Marti, Chief Brand Officer at 25hours Hotels.
The 25hours HELLO AGAIN summer campaign is the perfect treat for all fans of city trips. Visitors to any of the thirteen 25hours hotels between 01/06/20 and 31/12/20 will be eligible for a 30% discount on the room price, provided they book at least two nights. The special rates are available for a limited period at the following link: https://www.25hours-hotels.com/en/hello-again?set_language=1591605876
The wait is almost over after weeks of closures and the eateries are getting ready to open. NENI, HEIMAT, RIBELLI and PARIS CLUB will welcome their guests in strict compliance with the social distancing, hygiene and conduct rules. Not all of the bars will be able to open. Some locations also require advance bookings. Guests are advised to check the website before visiting one of our establishments.