BY FAITH MUTETE – Over the past years DusitD2 was a hotel that accommodated both business and leisure visitors from all over the word but the events of January 15 will be remembered by many ,young and old, as the country faced yet another terror attack at the hotel, leaving 21 people dead.
Despite this set back the country and the hotel did not give up as they’re opened the facility this August as a sign of resilience and courage.
The event was graced by many including senior government officials, hotel management staff and other invited guests including the two-time World Champion and World record holder in the 800 metres, David Rudisha.
To attract even more customers, hotel is offering a 20 percent discount for those booking in the entire month of August and the hotel management assured Kenyans that there was no need for fear for security measures have been placed and tightened than never before.
Some of the adjustments made were:
Renovation of the rooms in which were damaged by attack.
Installation of two main gates to regulate prompt access.
Enhanced CCTV security surveillance.
Sniffer dogs and modern screening machines.
The Thailand based Dusit hotel company also has six other luxurious properties across the world including Thailand, Bhutan, China, Egypt and Dubai.