We are thinking about you and hope you and your family are staying healthy and happy during these unprecedented times.
As we all try to cope with what is now the new normal, we hope it brings you comfort to know that you are part of a caring and understanding community that shares a love of being in the outdoors and, in particular, spending time in the mountains.
As of August 15th, 2020, The Colorado Governor, Jared Polis Extended The Statewide mask order, directing People to wear a face covering while indoors. We want everyone to stay safe and we are doing several things at The Christie Lodge to stay prepared:
Front Desk & Lobby:
New procedures will greatly reduce guest contact with personnel through a redesigned check-in and check-out process. Please bring a face covering with you and expect to use it in all in-door, public common areas in Colorado per the recent state-Wide ordinance.
Public areas are receiving additional sanitizing aligned with the most recent COVID-19 sanitizing recommendations.
The outdoor pool and hot tubs will be open daily from 9am to 9pm and guests will be required to practice social distancing requirements.
The onsite fitness room, activity center, and two indoor hot tubs will be open 9am to 9pm with social distancing required. Indoor pool is currently closed.
Hotel Staff Protocols:
Hotel staff will follow strict CDC guidelines, using Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), along with frequent hand-washing protocols.
Employee workstations and work areas will be cleaned and sanitized during and after every shift.
Educating our employees to know they should stay at home and seek medical advice if they are exhibiting any of the symptoms.
Housekeeping staff will wear both gloves and a mask and will only enter units upon departure. We will provide/deliver additional sheets, towels, bathroom amenities, coffee and trash pick-up upon request.
New cleaning protocols have been implemented in all guest rooms. Once cleaning begins, the entire guest space will be cleaned with CDC approved chemicals aimed at eliminating COVID-19.
We will reduce exposure-points in all units by removing unnecessary items, such as paper notepads/pens and utilizing disposable products like salt and pepper shakers.
Outdoor recreation businesses and guided tours are operating with social distancing requirements in place.
Most Dine-in service at restaurants are open with either carry out or a reduced capacity operation.
Preventing a resurgence of COVID-19 in Eagle County requires all individuals and businesses to comply with the mandatory provisions of the most recent health order. All persons in Eagle County are requested to assume additional personal responsibility and adopt the Five Commitments of Containment to keep transmission of the illness low.
* will maintain six feet of physical distance. (Physical distance is one of the most effective prevention measures). * I will wash my hands often. (Especially after visiting public settings, businesses, and before eating or touching my face). * I will cover my face in public. I will wear a face covering whenever I may not be able to maintain my physical distance from others and will wear a face covering when entering an indoor public environment, like a grocery store or post office. Face coverings are not a substitute for maintaining physical distance. * I will stay home when I am sick. Isolating myself from others, including my household members, will help protect them and limit the spread. * I will get tested immediately if I have Symptoms. Testing early after Symptoms develop can help prevent spreading COVID-19 to other people.
We want to assure you that we are doing everything we can to provide a safe experience for our employees, owners and guests. Please call us at 888-325-6343 if you have specific questions. We thank you for your support ❤️
Many improvements are happening throughout The Christie Lodge - All Suite Property, Vail Valley/Beaver Creek. We hope to see you here soon.