The Hotel Rural Quinta do Marco, located in the municipality of Tavira, in Portugal’s southern Algarve region, has been closed due to the pandemic, and only aims to reopen at the end of March.
But the hotel has launched a campaign aimed at all “all health professionals, from the public and private sectors” to “help” them to “recover their strength.”
The campaign promises a “40% discount” on their stay at the hotel, as a long as reservations are made directly with the hotel’s reservations department. The offer is valid for stays until 15 July 2021.
“Being aware of the enormous effort that all health professionals have been subjected to, in the support dedicated to all their patients, we decided to provide advantageous conditions so that they can recover, as soon as the pandemic calms down, as we all hope,” according to a statement by the hotel, posted on social media networking site Facebook.
The Rural Quinta do Marco Hotel is located in Santa Catarina da Fonte do Bispo, in the municipality of Tavira, and has 28 rooms, including double, triple and family rooms, as well as a heated adult pool, kids pool and spa. The hotel is surrounded by a “Mediterranean garden” and has around 18 hectares and dozens of fruit trees. It also has an organic garden.