In the restaurant, bar and on our terrace, indoor and outdoor, guests always need to keep a distance of 1.5 meters apart (unless they come from 1 household), they need to sit at a table and they need to observe our hygiene measures.
At arrival in the restaurant, there is always a health check. It is mandatory to ask guests to register for source and contact investigation by the GGD in case of an infection.
· The most important rule is to keep a distance of 1.5 meters from each other.
· Guests are allowed to sit at one table, but need to keep enough distance from each other. (unless you are from the same household)
Although our restaurant was allowed to remain open for hotelguests only, we would like to give a small update.
From June 1: public transport will start running normal services again. Travellers must wear a ‘non-medical’ face mask and a maximum of 40% of seats may be occupied. People who don’t wear a mask can be fined. The size of the fine still has to be worked out.
Cafe and restaurant terraces can reopen as long as we adhere to the government protocol. Restaurants, concert halls theatres and cinemas can reopen for a maximum of 30 people (excluding hotelguests), by reservation only. (with the exception of our terrace)
Museums can reopen on condition tickets are sold in advance and the 1.5 metre rule is maintained
The government protocol states that households are allowed to be within a distance of 1.5 metre. Non-households must adhere the 1.5 meter distance. (with the exception of 2 guests)
In short: Is it allowed to sit at one table less than 1.5 metres apart?
- With 2 people: Yes
- With 3 or more people from one household: Yes
- With 3 or more people from different households: No
Our hotel is still open! (but the bar, breakfast, lunch and dinner restaurant are closed until 19 May, for non hotelguests)
Hotel guests can order breakfast and dinner, hotelguests are allowed to dine and have breakfast in our restaurant. Our restaurant has also set up a take-away and delivery service for guests nearby.
In The Netherlands all restaurants, bars and large public spaces (like museums and attractions) are closed until 19 May.
In The Netherlands all gatherings will be forbidden until 31 August. This means that all festivals and congresses until 31 August will be cancelled or postponed.
As the developments around the Corona virus are changing by the hour, please find most updated information on the websites of The Dutch government, RIVM or your local health autority. The daily status per country can be read on the Worldometers website.
Management and Employees
Hotel Chariot and Restaurant Centennial
The world is in the grip of the Covid-19 virus. Unfortunately, this also affects us as a hotel, event and restaurant destination.
The government, has imposed strict rules, that we must ofcourse ad here to. If you have a reservation with us during the coming weeks, you may contact us if you like to change this to another date this year or even next year.
During this unusual period, we remain open for our guests. Our employees are available for any questions or changes. Please mail your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We hope that the situation will soon be stable again and hope to welcome you all in good health in our hotel and restaurant.
Directors Hotel Chariot