Here’s what checking into a hotel is like in the age of Covid-19
The reception desk at luxury boutique property Diamond Mills Hotel & Tavern in Saugerties, New York, features sneeze guards. Guests and staff must wear face masks in public areas.
Gina Hornbeck/Diamond Mills Hotel & Tavern
Like most components of travel in the Covid-19 era, hotel check-in has changed — perhaps, in many ways, for good.
As accommodations in states with declining infection and hospitalization rates start to reopen their doors to guests once again, hotel and resort owners, managers and staff are getting rid of some longtime perks and props while adding new safety measures.
At Diamond Mills Resort & Tavern, in Saugerties, New York, for example, registration starts even before arrival, with form-filling and credit-card authorization completed online. The first things guests arriving at the 30-unit luxury boutique property in the Hudson Valley 100 miles north of New York …continued .
[Source: CNBC News]