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Hilton has announced a new program to help develop a better standard of cleanliness in Hilton properties. The hotel brand will partner with RB, the maker of Lysol and Dettel, as well as consult with Mayo Clinic to develop better processes and team member training to help guests enjoy a cleaner hotel area.
This program will be called Hotel CleanStay with Lysol protection in the United States and will incorporate RB’s industry experience and scientific approach to cleanliness. It will also listen to experts from Mayo Clinic’s Infection Prevention and Control team about the Hilton’s cleaning and disinfection protocols.
“Our first priority has always been the safety of our guests and Team Members,” said Christopher J. Nassetta, Hilton President and CEO, in a press release. “Hilton CleanStay builds on the best practices and protocols we’ve developed over the last several months, allowing our guests to rest easy with us and focus on enjoying the unforgettable experiences we have to offer – while protecting our Team Members who are on the front lines of hospitality.”
The goal of this new program is to reassure guests Hilton is fully embracing health and safety while providing peace of mind when they stay at any of the brand’s locations.
“At RB we are committed to the relentless pursuit of a cleaner, healthier world. It is imperative that we protect all consumers, today and in the days ahead as we all look forward to new ways of returning to work and leisure activities,” said Rahul Kadyan, EVP, North America, Hygiene/Home, RB, in the same press release above. “We are excited to be working with Hilton and Mayo Clinic to bring this expertise and our unique product solutions to the Hilton CleanStay with Lysol protection program.”
While full details of this program are still in development, some of the new potential standards being considered are:
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