Gleneagles prepares to reopen

Iconic Scottish property Gleneagles will reopen next month, pending final guidance from the government. 

The hotel, which sits on 850 acres of land, has set July 15 as its reopening date, having already opened the golf facilities back on May 29. 

Staff have been reviewing the hotel’s operations to ensure necessary measure sand protocols were in place and a number of adjustments have been made to ensure safety is of the “highest standard”. 

The team has been looking at how staff interact with guests and each other; the check in process; servicing bedrooms; food preparation and seating plans for restaurants and bars. 

The hotel said it would continue to follow the Scottish government’s advice and work with public health authorities on the phased exist from lockdown.

Conor O’Leary, joint managing director at Gleneagles, said: “We’re thrilled to have an opening date for Gleneagles in sight and look forward to bringing some joy to our guests after what has been a difficult few months for all of us. 

“Whilst our priority must and always will be safety, and protecting the wellbeing of everyone at Gleneagles, neither of those important responsibilities takes away from our main commitment of providing guests with a sense of escape and adventure.”

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