What to expect while staying in Delaware
Delaware’s hotels, motels, and other lodging options are committed to making your stay as enjoyable as ever, although some things may be a little different this year than last.
Please reach out to your desired location to stay to see if there are any changes in check-in procedures. Some locations may be taking measures to ensure lobbies and check-in areas ensure social distancing. Please consider traveling during non-peak times such as; weekdays.
As always, you can expect common areas and your room to be routinely cleaned. Please note that accommodations aim to disinfect areas with an EPA-approved disinfectant instead of standard cleaning supplies. These specialty products should be used in rooms between guests and in common areas at least every two hours.
In all common areas, guests and employees are required to wear masks and at most locations all employees will be screened for any symptoms before the start of their shift.
Some services or amenities like pools, spas, fitness centers and restaurants may be operating at different capacities, so be sure to check with your hotel or host before checking in.
As a guest, you are required to wear a face covering in all public areas and maintain social distance (6 feet). A face covering must be worn whenever in a setting with members of another household, regardless of ability to physically distance.. Please remember to stay home if you are sick Please wash your hands often and be patient with hotel staff. Remember to stay home if you’re feeling sick.
The Delaware Hotel and Lodging Association is working hard to ensure your stay is safe and comfortable. View all guidelines here.