With 276 spacious rooms and unique suites, either for leisure purposes or social and business events, the five-star hotel will operate in accordance with the highest standards of hygiene and safety.
“Following the health crisis that disrupted our global tourism community and as we look to the future of travel and hospitality, we have created a safe environment for all our guests to enjoy without compromising on the overall signature Makedonia Palace experience, from arrival to departure,” the hotel’s management said in an announcement.
Makedonia Palace’s guests will enjoy prime hospitality services under the protection of the Safely Together program, which incorporates world-class health and safety measures with stringent disinfection methods across all facilities.
“Our guests remain our number one priority, as we wish to offer them peace of mind and travel planning flexibility, which is why we have also updated our cancellation policy,” the hotel said.
Due to the ongoing coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic, Makedonia Palace remained closed for several months, for the first time since its grand opening in 1971.
“Moving forward, rest assured that our elevated services, elegant and safe facilities, and motivated staff are ready to host you with that personalized experience which makes every stay at Makedonia Palace stand out,” the hotel said.