Marriott Safe Travel Info
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[Updated July 20]
Marriott responded promptly to COVID-19 with its Commitment to Clean. Establishing a Cleanliness Council of experts in food and water safety, hygiene and infection prevention, and hotel operations, the council sets Marriott’s cleaning and safety standards moving forward.
Marriott’s enhanced cleaning standards include:
- Public spaces (lobby, elevators) – cleaning surfaces more frequently with dedicated staff
- Installing hand sanitizer stations at hotel entrances, reception, elevators, and meeting rooms
- Placing signage in public spaces to encourage maintain social distancing
- Rigorous cleaning in guest rooms with hospital-grade disinfectants on high-touch surfaces. Disinfecting wipes in each room for guests to use.
- Rolling out new cleaning technologies including electrostatic sprayers and ultraviolet light technology for sanitizing guest keys
- Contactless checkin and check out in 3,200+ hotels via mobile app
Beginning July 27, Marriott will require all guests to wear face coverings in indoor public areas across all U.S. properties. Hotel employees are already required to wear face masks.
Marriott has also relaxed its rebooking and cancellation policies.
New reservations made after July 6, 2020 for arrival dates through September 30, 2020 can be changed or cancelled without fees, as long as Marriott is notified up to 24 hours before arrival. Some exclusions apply, including pre-paid rates which are subject to the rate’s rules.
New reservations for arrival dates after October 6, 2020 are subject to individual hotel rebooking and cancellation rules.
For full cancellation information, please see Marriott’s web site.
Safe Travel Summary
Enhanced guest room cleaning with hospital-grade disinfectants. Sanitizing wipes placed in rooms
Hand sanitizer stations at entrances, front desks, elevators, and meeting rooms
Signage in public spaces and partitions at check-in encourage social distancing
More frequent cleaning of public areas using dedicated staff
Rolling out electrostatic sprayers to sanitize surfaces. Piloting ultraviolet light technology for sanitizing
Starting July 27, all guests must wear masks in indoor public spaces at U.S. hotels
Employees must wear face masks
Contactless room service available at many hotels
Marriott Global Cleanliness Council of experts sets cleanliness and safety standards at all hotels
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Marriott Hotel Brands
Marriott manages thousands of hotels under the brands below. Its cleaning and safety protocols should apply across brands.
AC Hotels by Marriott
Bulgari Hotels & Resorts
Courtyard by Marriott
Element by Westin
Fairfield by Marriott
Four Points by Sheraton
Homes & Villas by Marriott International
JW Marriott Hotels
Marriott Executive Apartments
Marriott Hotels & Resorts
Marriott Vacation Club
Protea Hotels by Marriott
Residence Inn by Marriott
Sheraton Hotels and Resorts
St. Regis Hotels & Resorts
The Luxury Collection