Hotels in Malaysia provide guests a safe space to sleep better amid pandemic

As people seek to escape from the increasing stresses of every day life during the pandemic, hotels are stepping up their game as providers of wellness care. - Unsplash

In a bid to unwind, Adam Idris would check-in to a hotel in the city about three times a year. He enjoys a good staycation where he can relax in a plush room and gets pampered.

These days, however, “staycation” has taken a whole new meaning for Adam, who hails from Selangor. He now regards his hotel stay as a form of escapism from the harsh realities brought on by the coronavirus.

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