Sheraton Yogyakarta Re-Opens

Sheraton Mustika Yogyakarta Resort & Spa is reopening and ready to welcome guests who visit Yogyakarta with a sense of comfort and secure. We promise to continuously issue agreements in all areas of the hotel and follow the applicable health protocols. The reopening of the hotel was inaugurated directly by Harry Suryadharma as General Manager and accompanied by the Top 3 Puteri Indonesia 2020, which is Ayu Maulida, Putu Ayu Saraswati, and Jihane Almira. “Sheraton Mustika Yogyakarta in collaboration with the Yayasan Puteri Indonesian and also Mustika Ratu want to revitalize the tourism industry which is hampered by the pandemic COVID-19. Top 3 Puteri Indonesia 2020 will be our first guest in a new phase of normalcy. They will take a walk to various favorite tourist destinations in Jogja to enjoy the tourist experience with health protocols that are enforced, “said Harry Suryadharma. “The resort is 5 hectares wide, where all rooms are equipped with balconies overlooking the green gardens and Mount Merapi, with large open-air spaces. Certainly makes guests more comfortable and safe for a vacation. Sheraton Jogja can be a vacation destination in Yogyakarta. “He added. In entering the new normal phase, cleaning public areas and rooms is a priority that is cleaned regularly. Not only that, but spraying disinfectants is also done every 2 hours and the provision of hand sanitizers at various strategic points. Health protocol standards are applied to guests and employees in support of government efforts to break the chain of the spread of the corona virus. The hotel always conducts strict screening such as checking body temperature for both guests and employees when entering the hotel area. We also provide personal sanitizer kits in each room which contains masks, hand sanitizers, and disinfectant wipes. Physical distancing practices are applied at various points with the instructions of stickers and posters that have been provided. Even for restaurants, we have used e-menus that can be accessed with a QR code scan to minimize physical touch between guests and employees. yogya2