Luxury hotels in India offering helping hands to medical staff fighting COVID-19, India


Luxury hotels in India offering helping hands to medical staff fighting COVID-19

Hotels in India are extending a helping hand by supporting medical staff who is fighting the deadly Coronavirus on the frontline day and night against. In Uttar Pradesh’s capital city, Lucknow, several posh hotels have converted themselves into quarantine centres to house those coming from outside the state.

There are three hospitals in the city treating COVID-19 patients, King Georges’ Medical University, SGPGIMS and Ram Manohar Lohia. Considering the increasing numbers of infected cases in the state, Lucknow district administration decided to convert the five-star hotels into quarantine facilities for doctors and nurses treating virus infects.

As of now, the posh hotels in Lucknow, including Hyatt, Fairfield, Piccadily and Lemon Tree have turned into quarantine facilities. Along with these deluxe hotels, several community centres in the city such as the Haj House, Avadh Shilp Gram and Indira Gandhi Pratishthan have also been transformed into quarantine centres.

On the other hand, the Tata Group have also extended their support to healthcare staff by offering rooms across their luxury hotel chain brand, Taj. The Indian Hotels Company Limited (IHCL), which is the hospitality firm of Tata Sons, have decided to provide rooms to medical professionals treating COVID-19 patients in Mumbai in their luxury hotels.

According to the reports, the rooms will be made available in seven hotels of the chain, namely Taj Mahal Palace, Taj Lands End (Bandra West, Mumbai), Taj Santacruz (Santacruz East, Mumbai), The President (Cuffe Parade, Mumbai), Ginger MIDC Andheri (Mumbai), Ginger Madgaon (Goa) and Ginger Noida City Center (Noida, UP).

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