News | August 5, 2020

Malibu Beach Inn Receives GBAC Star For High Standards For Cleanliness And Prevention

Among Malibu Beach Inn’s efforts to provide guests with a safe experience, GBAC recognizes the hotel’s rigorous health and safety protocols

Malibu, CA (PRWEB) - Malibu Beach Inn, the luxury boutique hotel nestled on the sands of the Pacific Ocean in the heart of Malibu, is recognized by the Global Biorisk Advisory Council (GBAC), receiving a Certificate of Accreditation, the GBAC STAR. The GBAC STAR, the gold standard of prepared facilities, acknowledges Malibu Beach Inn’s efforts to establish and maintain an infectious disease prevention program to minimize risks and establishes and maintains proper cleaning protocols, disinfection techniques, and work practices as well as highly informed cleaning professionals who are trained for outbreak and infectious disease preparation.

“We aim to provide guests high-touch service in a no-touch era,” says Gregory Day, general manager of Malibu Beach Inn. “The GBAC STAR provides a third-party assurance and validation of our team’s protocols, giving guests the reassurance and comfort we believe they are looking for during their stay.”

For the wellbeing of staff and visitors alike, Malibu Beach Inn implemented an impressive sanitation process from evaclean to use their innovative technology in all areas of the hotel. Their electrostatic disinfectant tool combines the power of sanitizing chemicals with electrostatic molecules to ensure that every space within Malibu Beach Inn has been effectively and regularly cleaned to the highest standard. This unique technology is used in every guest room every day as well as public areas and high-touch areas such as door handles, handrails and elevator lifts.

In addition to this impressive sanitation process and technology, hand-sanitizing stations have also been implemented throughout the property, in both guest-facing and back-of-house areas, and can be found on every floor.

If needed during a guest’s stay, guests have complimentary access to Telehealth, an App provided through Malibu Beach Inn’s partnership, CURE Spa. Telehealth allows past guests to connect with a physician and test for COVID-19 as well as its antibodies.

Lastly, social distancing measures are strictly enforced throughout the property and guests are required to wear a mask when not seated while dining. Malibu Beach Inn has furthered their partnership with Bellino Fine Linens, a 30-year-old leading luxury linen brand based in Italy, to create custom masks, whereby half are utilized for staff and the rest are donated to local Malibu charity, Boys & Girls Club of Malibu.

About Malibu Beach Inn
Malibu Beach Inn is located off the iconic Pacific Coast Highway, lies Malibu Beach Inn, a five-star boutique where the Pacific Ocean meets California’s seaside haven. Positioned along a strip of coastline famously nicknamed “Billionaire’s Beach,” the 47-guestroom property offers panoramic ocean views, coastal inspired design and a revered art collection from owners Mani Brothers Real Estate Group. This Leading Hotels of the Worldâ and Virtuosoâ property is also home to CBC-Malibu (Carbon Beach Club), which serves locally sourced California cuisine, world-renowned wine selections and cleverly crafted cocktails. For more information, please visit http://www.malibubeachinn.com or on Facebook and Instagram.

About Global Biorisk Advisory Council (GBAC)
The Global Biorisk Advisory Council® (GBAC) helps organizations and businesses prepare for, respond to, and recover from biological threats, and biohazard situations and real-time crises. We offer education, training, certification, response management, and crisis consulting for situations where environments require a much higher level of cleaning, disinfection, and restoration. The GBAC is a division of ISSA, the worldwide cleaning industry association. Explore becoming a member of ISSA to access discounts to GBAC programs and services. For more information, please visit https://gbac.issa.com/

Source: PRWeb

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