Radisson Blu Martinez gets Safehotels certificate

For the second consecutive year, the Radisson Blu Martinez Hotel, Beirut has been awarded the Safehotels Certificate; the only hotel in Lebanon to receive this

Radisson Blu Martinez re-certified by Safehotels
Radisson Blu Martinez re-certified by Safehotels

Radisson Blu Martinez Hotel, Beirut, for the second consecutive year, was awarded with the Safehotels Premium Certificate, and is the only hotel with this certification in Lebanon.

"Last year, certification was a stimulation to further improve and enhance our safety and security systems and to create additional value for our guests, staff and owners,” said Radisson Blu Martinez Beirut general manager Francois Galoisy.

A globally recognised security consultancy, the Safehotels Premium certification is awarded to business hotels which sustain a high international security level. These hotels have invested in obtaining qualified equipment to match the highest security and safety levels with regards to surveillance, safe deposits, alarm and key systems and communication.

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To ensure all criteria are met, an auditor from the organisation visited the hotel.

“The overall standard of safety and security for the hotel is excellent, with best practices in place and full engagement from all department and management teams," said Andy Williams, VP business development and quality assurance, Safehotels.

“Also of note is the overall level of outstanding service, housekeeping and guest experience, which is reflected in the safety and security operational standards.”

This certification reflects the existing healthcare, personal safety, fire safety and security management implemented by the property.

The hotel has 24/7 monitoring via a global security operations centre and access to the self-assessment programme, learning tools and templates for incident response and crisis management.

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