Covid-19 Updates

At Ramada Singapore, we are closely monitoring the development of COVID-19 and abiding by the guidelines set by the Singapore Ministry of Health. Our utmost priority is the well-being, health and safety of our guest and associates, with precautionary measures implemented to ensure a safe environment for all.

 

This includes:

Safety Precautions in the Hotel & Public Area

• Mandatory completion of Travel Declaration Form for all staying guest upon registration
• Temperature checks for all incoming guests at the hotel’s single point of entry via the main entrance (Guests with a temperature of 37.8°C and above or exhibiting respiratory symptoms such couch and runny nose may be denied entry and referred to nearest clinic or hospital)
• Increased frequency of cleaning and sanitising of hotel premises
• Providing of hand sanitisers in public areas and F&B outlets
• Observing good personal hygiene at all times for associates
• Temperature checks for associates monitored twice daily


Precautionary measures in line with the new circuit breaker measures (in place until 1st June 2020)

• The hotel’s restaurant, New Ubin Zhongshan Park will only operate with takeaway service and delivery available.
• Breakfast buffet service is temporarily suspended and replaced with boxed breakfast.
• Facilities such as the outdoor swimming pool and the gym are temporarily closed.
• Room reservations made by Singapore residents and long term pass holders with stay dates from 7th April to 1st June 2020 (both dates inclusive) will not be honoured.
• The hotel will continue to accept foreign travellers who are affected by the travel restriction and require accommodation during this trying time. Current in-house guests may also remain in the hotel.


Strict compliance of Safe Distancing Measures

• Enhanced enforcement of 1m safe distancing rule at all times
• Prohibition of social gatherings of all sizes in both private and public areas, including the smoking area

Please note that any breach of the safe distancing measures is regarded as an offence and may be chargeable under the Infections Diseases Regulations 2020 and/or the COVID-19 (Temporary Measures) Control Order Regulations 2020. Penalties in breaching the Act include revoking of work pass, a maximum of six-month jail term, a fine of up to S$10,000, or both.

With this pandemic evolving, we advise guests to refer to the Singapore Ministry of Health (MOH) Public Health Advisory for the most updated information.

We thank you for your continued support and look forward to welcoming you back soon.