Rydges Camperdown has undergone a major transformation in recent times.
Rydges Camperdown has undergone a major transformation in recent times.

Multi-week long stays complete with tailored amenities have been released by Event Hospitality across its hotel portfolio as an effort to reach guests needing to self-isolate during the COVID-19 crisis.

Dubbed ‘Home Away from Home’ packages, stays starting from seven days and increasing in week-long increments thereafter are now available at Rydges, QT and Atura properties around the country, with perks including a room upgrade, late check-out, daily linen service, bathroom amenities and free WiFi also included.

Further, each hotel has adapted its in-room dining menus, working closely with local eateries and takeaway outlets to source and deliver orders from guests. The new packages also allow guests to receive in-room deliveries of groceries and care packages as needed.

All three brands have revamped their check-in processes, with new contactless procedures now in place along with contactless room service and physical distancing measures taken throughout each property.

Event Hospitality Director of Hotels and Resorts, Norman Arundel, said these were extraordinary times and the company was operating in conditions very different to what it was used.

“Our teams recognise that while many Australians are staying home in line with official advice, there are people who need accommodation for essential business or to self-isolate. We are still open and we have worked hard to provide a safe and comfortable home away from home, delivering the high standard of service our guests have come to expect and love from our award-winning brands.”