- No walk-in diners
- Getting your temperature taken and questioned about your health
- Masks may be required
- Social distancing – tables will be spread 6 feet apart
- No late nights
- Stricter bathrooms – one in one out policies as well as more sanitation and touch-less devices (ex. sinks & hand dryers)
Getting Ready for Disney
What to Expect from Hotels
Hotel companies won’t be cutting any corners when it comes to hygiene, safety, and cleanliness. In the past two weeks, almost every major luxury hotel brand has announced new procedures and protocols for adhering to government-mandated social-distancing guidelines and keeping guest rooms and common spaces clean.
Waldorf Astoria and Conrad Hotels & Resorts have employed the use of electrostatic sprayers with disinfectant mists and other high-tech cleaning solutions.
As for Hilton, they have teamed up with Lysol and the Mayo Clinic on a program that features a ten-point deep-cleaning procedure for guest rooms. Once each individual room is cleaned, housekeepers will place seals on doors signifying the room has been disinfected.
Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts announced a partnership with Johns Hopkins Medicine International to launch a new global health and safety program. Every Four Seasons property will have an on-site hygiene officer, public spaces will be cleaned hourly, restaurants will have digital menus, and employees will undergo new training.
Around the world, every property will have spaced-out tables at restaurants and staff training to ensure the cleanliness protocols are taken seriously.