Bosses at the Bliss Hotel, formerly Ramada, have said they are devastated to announce they are closing down temporarily due to Covid-19.
Due to the government announcement on the Coronavirus staff at the hotel have been told not to show up for work after their last set of guests check out and bosses say this is the ‘end of a chapter.’
The hotel announced:
“To all our fabulous followers, guests & friends,
The last few weeks have been strange, worrying and extremely challenging for us all. The government are now wisely recommending that we all stay at home to avoid unnecessary contact; schools and nurseries will be closing tomorrow, and the hospitality industry is facing the hardest moment in its history.
It is with heavy, heavy hearts that we will be closing the doors of Bliss Hotel once all guests have checked out on Saturday morning. Bliss is a labour of love for us, we’ve worked for over ten years to bring it to fruition and for this to happen when such incredible momentum was building is devastating for us all.
We will be in contact with all of our guests who have stays and soirees scheduled in with us over the coming months to make new arrangements, but in the meantime, we would like you all to keep safe and well.
This is not the end of the road for Bliss; it’s merely the end of a chapter – so until the next page, let’s stick together, look after one another and think of the party we will have once this strange time has come to an end.
We leave you with this perfect image we captured earlier from our brand new event space, Room. The sun is setting over our lovely Southport, and it will be back out to shine again tomorrow.”