Seven Warwickshire hotels named among the most Covid-compliant hotels in the country
Find out which ones made it onto the list
Seven Warwickshire hotels have made it onto a list of 175 hotels across the UK that have been deemed as fully Covid-compliant by safety experts.
The newly-launched Safe to Trade Scheme helps holidaymakers to identify which hotels, bars, restaurants and cinemas are going the extra mile to ensure the safety of both their staff and guests.
The scheme, has been launched by top-ranking hospitality safety experts, including the former CEO of the Health and Safety Executive and Food Standards Agency and the ex-Head of Local Delivery at Food Standards Agency, and is an independently verified safety standard for hospitality businesses.
In total, 21 hotels in the Midlands feature in the Top 175 Approved Safe to Trade Hotels in the UK.
Mark Flanagan, who chairs the Safe to Trade Scheme governance board, said: “We are delighted to announce the first 175 UK hotels to meet our stringent standards and be deemed as Safe to Trade.
"For those customers looking to make the most of what’s left of the summer with a UK staycation but who want to do so as safely as possible, the Safe to Trade Scheme provides peace of mind. Customers who consult our register of approved venues at safetotrade.org.uk can search for a hotel by name or location and be confident that every approved hotel that features on the list complies fully with the law.”
The seven Warwickshire hotels that made the list are:
Chesford Grange Hotel (between Leamington and Kenilworth)
Mercure Walton Hall Hotel and Spa (Walton, near Wellesbourne)
Hotel du Vin Stratford (Stratford upon Avon)
Mercure S-u-Avon Shakespeare Hotel (Stratford upon Avon)
DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Stratford upon Avon (Stratford upon Avon)
Ettington Park Hotel (Stratford upon Avon)
Macdonald Hotels Alveston Manor (Stratford upon Avon)