Hotel Rendezvous Staying Open to Support Local Business and Essential Workers
Following Boris Johnson’s announcement on Saturday that England will return into a form of national lockdown from Thursday 5th November, Hotel Rendezvous has made the decision to stay open to help support local businesses and essential workers.
Michael Scully, Managing Director of First & Foremost Hospitality, who manage the 96-bedroom Hotel in Skipton, says “We are following the government guidance but are aware that many businesses, including essential workers, are still going to operate during this national lockdown and will require somewhere for their workers to stay. With many hotels across the region closing we want to stay open to help support those in business to continue working.”
Hotel Rendezvous is ideally situated on the outskirts of Skipton with lots of free car parking and just off the ring road meaning it is easily accessible to many within the local region. Michael continues “We understand that many people may still have to travel for work purposes, for example doctors and nurses will be drafted in to support our local hospitals, sales and business people to keep the economy going. People may need to have a base away from home and we want to be able to offer a comfortable space for them to relax. We are unable to serve food as per the government regulations but we are offering the chance to place a fridge in their rooms along with an essential food pack meaning one less worry when they return from their shifts.”
Room rates are available for £75 per night and the food essential packs are optional for £15 per stay. To book please contact the hotel team on firstname.lastname@example.org or 01756 700100.