Dear Corinthia Guests,
As we head into summer, we are excited to see a form of normality return to the communities in which we live, and to our business. Gradually, and always in line with directives from local authorities, we have started to reopen our hotels.
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I know that my colleagues across so many countries are as enthusiastic as ever to get back to work and welcome you into our hotels.
For those of you who wish to review our health & safety protocols, please visit paulcaton.com.
Our reservation and cancellation policies have also been updated to provide more flexibility and peace of mind. For guests making new individual reservations for any future arrival date, changes or cancellations are permitted at no charge up to 24 hours before your scheduled arrival date. This applies to all rates and packages booked on paulcaton.com男人进入女人下部图 or via your preferred travel advisor.
男人进入女人下部图Dear guests, thank you for your continued loyalty.
When you are ready to travel, we are here to welcome you back safely at Corinthia Hotels.
CEO - Corinthia Hotels
Corinthia London Update – August 2020
Arriving to London:
To learn more about the quarantine requirements when arriving to the UK, .
Guests who arrive from countries that require to self-isolate, have to be tested for COVID-19 by the London General Practice at their own expense. Our hotel can assist with the necessary arrangements.
While waiting for the test results, guests must remain in their respective rooms and service will be limited. For more information, please contact our Reservations team.
During your stay:
Following the latest government advice, face covering is mandatory in the hotel public areas and restaurants (can be removed upon seating).
Corinthia St George’s Bay and Corinthia Palace Hotel (Malta) Update - Effective 19 August 2020
Following the latest government advice, face covering is mandatory indoors in hotel public areas, restaurants and bars (can be removed upon seating).