Your Safety is Our PriorityAs we welcome guests and associates back to our hotel, our primary goal is to provide for your safety and well-being. We've implemented enhanced protocols, systems and tools that are in compliance with AHLA Stay Safe Guidelines and recommendations from public health officials.
Leading By ExampleAll of our associates are required to undergo routine disinfection and illness prevention training and must adhere to CDC-compliant health and safety protocols—social distancing, wearing masks and gloves, etc.—during their shifts.
Deploying Advanced TechnologiesWe are utilizing highly advanced and enhanced cleaning technologies, including EvaClean electrostatic sprayers with hospital-grade disinfectant to sanitize surfaces throughout the hotel. Additionally, we are testing UV light technology for sanitizing guest key cards, pens and other nonsingle-use items.
A Healthy And Safe Environment Is Our Standard Operating ProcedureGuests will see our staff disinfecting surfaces to keep our hotel ultra clean. Countertop shields have been installed at all front desk terminals and stands containing disinfecting wipes, no-touch sanitizer dispensers and single-use sanitizer packets are placed in key areas throughout the property.
A Refreshed and Inspiring Guest ExperienceTo minimize guest touchpoints, we are implementing paperless check-in/out and encouraging remote or self-check-in options. Stayover room cleaning will be provided upon request, and maintenance requests will be scheduled when the guest is not present in the room. Contactless room service will be delivered in high-quality disposable packaging.
Impeccable Attention To DetailPrinted materials and brochure racks have been removed throughout the hotel, and self-service buffets, coffee and beverage stations have been discontinued until further notice. Additionally, the hotel shuttle will be cleaned immediately after unloading passengers.
Respecting Social DistancingNew signage and floor decals have been installed in select areas of the hotel to encourage social distancing. In addition, you will notice reduced lobby, restaurant and bar seating to meet new separation guidelines.
Scientific evidence has been collected in connection with SARS-CoV-2 and COVID-19, and found that the disease is capable of causing extensive loss of life or serious disability, and is identified in Maryland's public health laws as a "deadly agent." (See Md. Code Ann., Health-Gen. § 18-901(c); Public Safety § 14-3A-01(c).) The World Health Organization ("WHO") and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention ("CDC") have declared that the outbreak of COVID-19 constitutes a global pandemic. Additionally, the Secretary of the U. S. Department of Health and Human Services has also declared that COVID-19 creates a public health emergency.
In an ongoing effort to protect the public health, welfare, and safety, prevent the transmission of the novel coronavirus, control the spread of COVID-19, and save lives, it is necessary to control and direct in Prince George's County the occupancy and use of buildings and premises. Therefore, pursuant to Title 14 of the Public Safety Article, Prince George's County Code, Section 6-134, et. Seq., and Prince George's County Resolution No. 64 and/or State of Maryland Executive Orders 20-06-10-01 and 20-04-05-02, an inspection of the above listed business was conducted, and the following corrective actions are required to avoid a fine or closure of the premises.