This month many hotel giants committed to the new set of guidelines for hotel guests set by the American Hotel and Lodging Association (AHLA). The “Stay Safe Guest Checklist,” calls for, among other best practices, a face-covering requirement for guests in public spaces.
As hoteliers and suppliers look for ways to rebound in 2020 they are working with health officials and experts to prepare their properties and services to welcome guests back safely and comfortably. From increased cleaning standards (and decreased touch points), you can let your travelers know their favorite travel partner is ready for them.
Some of these custom cleaning programs include:
Most of these programs have been in place for weeks, before the AHLA's recommendations, however this new checklist will hopefully give guests extra confidence that they can travel again knowing they're in good hands.
Below you'll find a list of hotels that have committed to AHLA's Stay Safe Guest Checklist, plus additional suppliers requiring face masks. As additional commitments to cleanliness come across our desks, we'll update this post for you. Please feel free to share!
As of July 27th, 2020 face masks are required at the following brands:
For airline updates check here.
This list will continue to be updated.