Safety First, Well-being Always
Providing safe and clean environments for our guests and colleagues is always a top priority for The General Morgan Inn, and we remain committed to enhanced levels of cleanliness — now and in the future.
In light of COVID-19, what steps is the General Morgan Inn Hotel & Conference Center taking to help protect guests?
Here at the General Morgan, we have an initiative to put safety first with elevated cleanliness standards, an expanded relationship with Ecolab and EPA-approved disinfectants, and more.
We have also provided our employees with helpful guidelines and safety information provided by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) detailing how to mitigate its transmission. In addition, we have specific best practices in place to help eliminate interaction and to practice social distancing. Upon check-in guests can request amenity bags with items needed for extended stay overs. Guests may also request additional housekeeping services for extended stay overs upon check-in with our Guest Services Team.
IMPORTANT FACE MASK INFORMATION: To help reduce the spread of COVID-19, face masks or coverings are suggested (but not required) in hotel indoor public areas and when moving around in outdoor areas (with some exceptions, based on local laws or guidance. For specific requirements, please contact the hotel directly.)
Public areas may include hotel lobbies, meetings and events spaces, restaurant and lounge, and fitness centers. Some guests may be exempt from this mandate, including but not limited to guests with medical conditions, guests consuming food or beverages in restaurants, guests who are seated outdoors and socially distant, meetings and events guests who are seated and socially distant, and children under the age of two (2). Contact our Sales and Marketing Department for more information.
We believe in responsible and safe travel while staying vigilant and following procedures and protocols developed in consideration of guidance and information shared by the World Health Organization (WHO), Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), other leading organizations and experts, and local government requirements and guidance.