STHALA, a Tribute Portfolio Hotel, Ubud Bali receives Cleanliness, Health, Safety and Environmental Sustainability (CHSE) Certificate from Bali Government Tourism Office recently.

The Assessors that are appointed by Bali Government Tourism Office: Ms Made Mona Risata, S.sos, I Nyoman Sudana, I Wayan Sumandia, Agus Suananda, I Nyoman Sudirga Yusa conducted series of assessment at Sthala Ubud Bali to ensure that the hotel is ready to welcome the global travellers and uphold high hygiene and sanitation standards.

During the assessment, the Assessors inspected the front and heart of the house of Sthala Ubud Bali, reviewed the Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) in place in the hotel to be aligned with the standard set by the World Health Organization (WHO), the Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economy and the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Indonesia.

According to Lasta Arimbawa, the GM of hotel said Sthala Ubud Bali as a member of Marriott International is committed to providing a cleaner and safer environment for our Guests and our Associates that aligns with expert protocols.

“And this certification on Cleanliness, Health, Safety and Environmental Sustainability Certification honoured by the official government body, Bali Government Tourism Office will enhance our guests travel with confidence. We look forward to welcoming you back to our hotel and thank you for being a loyal Sthala Ubud Bali and Marriott customers and for your continued partnership during this time,” he said.

Meanwhile I Wayan Koster, the Governor of Bali said that hotels, resorts and all tourism industry premises in Bali are required to obtain the CHSES Certification and seriously carry-out the health protocols to gain visitors trust. This certification regulation is also stated on an official letter issued by Bali Government Tourism Office dated on 1 July 2020. []