10 Delhi hotels to offer paid stay to home quarantine-eligible

New Delhi, May 29 (IANS): The Delhi government on Friday allowed 10 hotels, including two premium hotels, in the city to offer paid stay to those eligible for home quarantine.

Among the high-end hotels are Hotel Le Meridien (200 rooms) and J.W. Marriot (100 rooms).

At least five, including J.W. Marriot, of the 10 hotels were in Aerocity -- Holiday Inn (100 rooms), Hotel Pride Plaza (300 rooms), Aloft Hotel (150 rooms), and IBIS Hotel (200 rooms).

The other hotels are Sheraton Hotel in Saket (220 rooms), ITC Welcome in Dwarka (250 rooms), Taj Vivanta also in Dwarka (150 rooms), and Suryaa Hotel in New Friends Colony (200 rooms).

In an order issued on May 29, Health Secretary Padmini Singla said while the premium hotels can only charge Rs 4,000 plus taxes in single occupancy with three meals, while for double occupancy, the maximum limit is Rs 4,800 plus taxes with three meals.

For the remaining eight hotels, the maximum limit for single occupancy is Rs 3,100 while for double, it is Rs 4,000 plus taxes with three meals.

"In pursuance of 'guidelines for home isolation of very mild or pre-symptomatic Covid-19 cases' where Covid-19 positive persons with mild/pre-symptoms are allowed to be quarantined at their home, it is decided that all such Covid-19 positive cases who are eligible for home quarantine are allowed to quarantine themselves at designated hotels on payment basis," Singla said in the order.



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