Hotel Proprietors Act, 1963

Duty as to safety of guests.

4.—(1) Where a person is received as a guest at a hotel, whether or not under special contract, the proprietor of the hotel is under a duty to take reasonable care of the person of the guest and to ensure that, for the purpose of personal use by the guest, the premises are as safe as reasonable care and skill can make them.

(2) This duty is independent of any liability of the proprietor as occupier of the premises.