The Italian Government confirms that guests staying in hotels and resorts and in all tourist facilities can have their meals indoors at the restaurants of the same facilities even if they do not have the Green Pass certification.
The Italian Council of Ministers yesterday clarified and approved the derogation for which guests of tourist facilities don’t have the obligation to present the Green Pass to access the indoor catering services.
From Wednesday 1 September 2021, the Green Pass, whose validity in italy has been extended to 12 months, will become mandatory on long-distance trains (high-speed and Intercity trains, including night-time Intercities), ferries and airplanes.
Club Esse Hotels & Resorts will not require the Green Pass at the restaurants.
At the same time, we will continue to apply the anti-contagion protocols, the continuous sanitation of work spaces and common areas and the use of the protective devices provided.
We ask all our guests to collaborate in enforcing the social distancing rules, the use of the mask in indoor areas and where it is not possible to maintain the social distancing. Together we can spend a peaceful, fun and safe holiday.
For more information on green certification, visit the website www.governo.it.