Dear Corinthia Guests,
We are so happy to have seen a form of normality return to the communities in which we live, and do business. Gradually, and always in line with directives from local authorities, we have started to reopen our hotels. We are of course returning to a new order, one for which we are well prepared with new protocols focusing on health and hygiene in all aspects of our operation, but most importantly we will be waiting at the door to welcome you back with warmer and brighter smiles.
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.
We have new flexible reservation policies across all our hotels, so please check your individual rate when you are booking.
When you are ready to travel, we are here to welcome you back safely at Corinthia Hotels.
Corinthia London Update – 19 December 2020
Arriving to London:
To learn more about the quarantine requirements when arriving to the UK, please click here.
Guests who arrive from countries that are required to self-isolate, must 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.
We welcome business travellers and those travelling for one of the approved reasons stated on the UK government website.
During your stay:
Due to the latest government guidelines, we have had to make some changes to our operations as we move to Tier 4 from 20 December 2020.
Our restaurants, bars, Espa Life at Corinthia and gymnasium are temporarily closed. In Room Dining service will be available, which includes an elegant selection from our Executive Chef, André Garrett.
Face covering is mandatory in hotel public areas.
Corinthia St George’s Bay, Corinthia Palace (Malta) and Corinthia Khartoum Update - Effective 19 August 2020
Following the latest government advice, a face covering is mandatory indoors in hotel public areas, restaurants and bars (can be removed upon seating).