In April, DHM – Discovery Hotel Management initiated a set of pro-bono initiatives to raise awareness, solidarity and operational support for victims and auxiliary personnel of the Covid-19 pandemic.
In Lisbon, the hotel management brand, highlights, in a statement, that the Ramada Lisbon by Wyndham hotel welcomed elderly people displaced from homes closed for security reasons. With beds for 90 elderly people, the initiative “has already received the first guests at the request of the Lisbon City Council.
In the same logic of action, the Palácio da Lousã Boutique hotel has also made itself available to the municipality of Lousã to welcome elderly people in the region who have to be transferred due to the closure of homes and other host institutions.
In Ponta Delgada, on the island of São Miguel, the Azor Hotel also opened its doors to accommodate and offer meals to Civil Protection and Firefighters operatives. The initiative, which started in late March, has the mission of welcoming human resources that are at the forefront in combating the pandemic.
Other hotels such as Douro41, Vila Monte Farm House, Santiago Hotel Cooking & Nature, or Monte Real Hotel Temas e Spa have also been proactively carrying out actions in support of local support institutions, through the donation of material and/or goods. food.