Hotel Safety When Traveling

Have you traveled recently since the pandemic’s numerous lockdowns began in March? If you haven’t, but you are itching to get on a plane or hit the road to go somewhere, you aren’t alone. Thousands of Americans are bored and tired of being cooped up. Many are making that leap to travel, although most are staying within the boundaries of the U.S. because foreign travel is verboten right now.

If you are starting to plan a little getaway, you might want to research hotels. Many hotels are taking incredible measures to make sure guests feel safe and secure about staying in their lodgings. Many of these hotels are doing most, if not all, of the following.

Rooms Remaining Vacant for at Least Two Days Between Guests and Cleaning

Guest Occupancy Is Reduced and Limited

Contactless Check-in and Express Checkout

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