The iconic coastal property in the heart of Del Mar has reopened May 21, just in time for Memorial Day weekend. To properly welcome guests, L’Auberge Del Mar has implemented new safety measures and protocols so visitors can fully enjoy their first stay back.
“As Del Mar enters a new phase and begins to reopen, we have made significant changes to ensure our guests safety while maintaining the quality coastal guest experience that we are known for. The management team, staff, government and industry leaders have thoroughly and conscientiously sought ways to make certain the safety and wellbeing of our team and guests. We have implemented an all-encompassing list of safety and protective measures to ensure our guests are safe, while balancing their desire to seek respite.”Robert Gregson, General Manager, L’Auberge Del Mar
Guests will be able to order signature coastal-inspired dishes and drinks at the various food and beverage outlets, available for pick-up in the Living Room. However dine-in service and in-room dining is temporarily still on pause.
Along with resort staff wearing masks and gloves at all times, guests will be asked to wear masks in public spaces and there will be multiple hand sanitizing stations provided throughout the property. Additional safety enhancements and protocols include:
- Rooms will be kept sanitized and empty for 72 hours between occupants
- Staff will utilize “fogger-type” backpacks to sanitize rooms and public areas
- Plexiglass barriers between guests and front desk staff; during check- in, guests will register via a safely sanitized tablet
- Prior to starting shifts resort staff will undergo daily temperatures checks and readings will be recorded and monitored
- Attendants will clean and sanitize the property hourly
- Guests can choose to self-park or have valet staff park their vehicles
- Distancing pool chairs to ensure proper social distancing
- Require guests to adhere staying with family and those they’ve quarantined with when using elevators, hot tubs, tables and other areas of close quarters; limits to capacity in swimming and hot tub areas
- The tables at the open-air terrace restaurant Coastline, will be spaced between 12 and 15 feet apart
- The concierge desk staffing is suspended; resort team members will assist guests with their requests
For more information or to book your stay, visit laubergedelmar.com.
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