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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Travel Information

The safety and well-being of our guests, clients and employees continue to be our top priority.  Our property has increased its efforts to protect all who visit us, and we are closely following the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, World Health Organization, Colorado Department of Public Health and Eagle County Public Health guidelines to minimize the risk and prevent the spread of COVID-19.  Here are the steps we are taking to ensure your health and safety in your travels.

Ultraviolet Disinfecting Technology

The lodge is industry leading with the use of medical grade ultraviolet disinfection machines in guestrooms and public spaces.  PURO Lighting uses a powerful, broad-spectrum light, including germicidal UV-C, UV-B, and anti-bacterial UV-A to optimize their germ-killing efficiency.  Our US made mobile disinfecting units have undergone independent clinical testing confirming the significant breakthrough in viral protection.


Guest Room Cleaning

Cleaning and disinfecting protocols will require that particular attention is paid to high-touch, hard nonporous items including television remote controls, toilet seats and handles, door and furniture handles, water faucet handles, nightstands, telephones, in-room control panels, light switches, temperature control panels, alarm clocks, luggage racks and flooring. The frequency of room cleaning during a guest’s stay may be altered based on guest requirements.

In anticipation of individual concerns of guests, housekeeping shall not enter a guest room during a stay unless specifically requested, or approved, by the guest, or to comply with established safety protocols. Housekeeping shall maintain the practice of cleaning rooms thoroughly following check-out.


Front Desk and Valet Services

Front desk agents shall practice social distancing including utilizing every other workstation to ensure separation between employees whenever applicable and possible. The use of technology to reduce direct contact with guests, lobby population and front desk queue is encouraged, where feasible. In addition, employees will minimize contact for payment and assistance as much as possible. Self-parking options should be emphasized, where possible. If valet service is provided, disinfecting of contact points within the vehicle is required.


Public Area Cleaning

Cleaning and disinfecting shall be frequent (multiple times per day) with an emphasis on frequent contact with hard non-porous surfaces including, but not limited to, front desk check-in counters, bell desks, elevators and elevator buttons, door handles, public bathrooms, vending machines, ice machines, room keys and locks, stair handrails, gym equipment, hot tub seating and surrounding areas, dining surfaces and all seating areas.


Laundry Cleaning

Linens, towels and laundry shall be washed in accordance with CDC guidelines, including washing items as appropriate in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions. Where possible, launder items using the warmest permissible water setting for the items and dry items completely. Dirty linen shall be bagged in the guest room to eliminate excess contact while being transported to the laundry facility.


Food and Beverage Changes

Food and beverage service shall reduce in-person contact with guests and buffet service. We will minimize dining items for increased sanitation. Traditional room service shall be replaced with a no-contact delivery method. Minimal items should be placed on guest tables to allow for effective disinfection in between each guest. Buffet will be converted to be prepackaged as ‘grab & go’ items.


Hand Washing and Hand Sanitizer

CDC guidelines shall govern the duty of all hotel employees to engage in frequent hand washing and use of hand sanitizer. Washing hands with soap and water is the preferable method. In situations where soap/water is not available, alcohol-based sanitizer is recommended. As available, dispensers shall be placed at key guest and employee entrances and contact areas. At a minimum, this will include lobby reception areas and employee entrances, but could also include any other reception areas, entire hotel lobby areas, restaurant entrances, meeting spaces, elevator landings, exercise areas and other public areas on property.


Front of House Signage

During all times in which the usage of masks is encouraged by the CDC and/or other local health authorities, health and hygiene reminders shall be placed at high-traffic areas on property, including the front lobby area at a minimum, indicating the proper way to wear, handle and dispose of masks.


Employee and Guest Health Concerns

Responding swiftly and reporting to local health officials any presumed cases of COVID-19 at the hotel property shall be a staff-wide requirement. Employees exhibiting symptoms of COVID-19 shall remain or return home. While at work, employees who notice a coworker or guest exhibiting symptoms of COVID-19 shall immediately contact a manager. At a minimum, hotels shall follow CDC guidelines for employers and businesses, including instructing employees to self-isolate for the required amount of time, as defined by the CDC, from the onset of symptoms and be symptom-free for at least three days without medication.


Room Recovery Procedure

In the event of a presumptive case of COVID-19 the affected guest room shall be removed from service and quarantined. The guest room shall not be returned to service until undergoing an enhanced cleaning and disinfecting utilizing EPA approved products within CDC guideline