Rockliffe Hall continues to lead the way with health and safety protocols
Rockliffe Hall has achieved recognition and endorsement from the sector’s leading trade association for business meetings and events and achieved AIM Secure accreditation.
Managed by the mia (Meetings Industry Association), AIM Secure recognises an organisation’s desire to demonstrate a professional approach to the meetings and events business. It highlights a dedication to offering an environment that is healthy and hygienic as well as a commitment to do the very best for both customers and team members.
AIM Secure measures:
“We are delighted to have achieved this accreditation. Since the start of the pandemic here at Rockliffe Hall we have been leading the way with our agile and responsive approach to guest safety, protocols and team member wellbeing.”
“We have achieved a number of key accreditations for the hotel, including the AA Covid Confident shield, the VisitEngland ‘We’re Good to Go’ kitemark and the global GBAC STAR accreditation. This latest award adds another string to our bow as a leading venue for Covid-secure business meetings following the current rule of 30.”
Teresa Kingston, Commercial Director at Rockliffe Hall
The hotel has also recently launched a number of new initiatives for businesses, including a WFRH (Working From Rockliffe Hall) package for home-working employees looking for a change of scenery.
The resort has also signed up to the Meet Out to Help Out scheme to support the Events industry throughout the pandemic.
Rockliffe Hall has been named a winner at the Hotel Cateys 2022, with Commercial Director, Teresa Kingston, winning the sought-after Revenue Manager of the Year award, whilst the hotel was shortlisted for the Best Use of Technology and House Keeper of the Year awards.
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