Harrison Beach Hotel
HEALTH & SAFETY PROTOCOLS
OUR COMMITMENT TO YOU
True Key Hotels & Resorts is committed to the safety and well-being of our guests and employees, we meet or exceed all Work Safe BC and Centre for Disease Control protocols. We want to ensure that everyone feels safe when visiting Harrison Beach Hotel and other True Key properties, so you can feel confident that you’ve made the right choice for your vacation destination.
We are encouraging guests to book direct in order to ensure that you are kept up to date on our current operating procedures.
OUR STEPS TO ENSURING YOUR SAFETY
We are frequently cleaning high-touch areas throughout our Hotel including disinfecting all room keys when returned, as well as all keypads after each use
We complete a full deep-cleaning of each room after each guest has departed using Health Canada approved cleaning products
Our team has been provided hand sanitizer and additional cleaning supplies, masks and gloves for the safety of each other and guests
We have adopted no-contact check-in & check-out procedures as well as asking guests to be mindful of others by maintaining a distance of at least 2 metres (6 feet)
True Key Hotels & Resorts meets or exceeds all housekeeping protocols provided by the BC Center for Disease Control, WCB and the Provincial Health Authority.
The following are some of the key protocols we are asking of our team and our guests to ensure a clean and safe environment:
- Regularly sanitizing of the front desk, public areas, coffee machines, door knobs, furniture and other high-touch points
- Disinfecting all room keys when returned, as well as all keypads after each use
- A full deep-cleaning of each suite and it’s contents after each guest has departed using Health Canada approved cleaning products
- Professionally laundered and sterilized sheets, towels, etc.
- Providing team with additional cleaning supplies and personal protective equipment
- Hand sanitizer, tissues and wastebaskets available for all resort & hotel guests
- As of August 25th, 2021, masks will be mandatory in public indoor spaces everywhere in British Columbia for everyone aged 12 and over, regardless of vaccine status.
- Be mindful of others by maintaining a distance of at least 2 metres (6 feet)
- Follow contactless check-in and check-out procedures
- If you become ill and have recently visited us please contact us as soon as practical so appropriate measures can be taken to protect other
- If you do not feel well and are experiencing symptoms of illness (fever, trouble breathing, coughing, sore throat, fatigue) please postpone your visit until you are well
Plan ahead, and please visit the Tourism Harrison Know Before You Go page for operations within the Village of Harrison Hot Springs.
PROOF OF VACCINATION UPDATE
Starting September 13th, British Columbia will require proof of vaccination for people ages 12 and older to access some events, services and businesses. Harrison Beach Hotel falls under the accommodations and hotels category and thus, we do not require guests to show their vaccination statuses upon check in.
We encourage all visitors to know before you go and familiarize yourself with the health and safety protocols and requirements before you visit. To help you have the best experience while staying with us, we have put together the following FAQ’s regarding the BC Vaccine Card program and other protocols
Do I need a vaccination card to check into the Hotel?
No, you do not need a vaccination card to check in.
Do I have to wear a mask at the Hotel?
In BC, masks are required in all indoor public settings for people 12 and older. At our Resort, this means our Welcome Centre, fitness room and meeting room. Click here for a full list of services that require mask wearing.
Are there any areas of the property where I will need proof of vaccination?
Thank you for asking! If you are attending a group function such as a wedding reception, organized party, conference or workshop with more than 10 people, we would be required to see proof of vaccination.
How Long is the Vaccine Card Program Expected to Last For?
So far, the BC Government has said the program is expected to be in place until January 31, 2022
What Else Are You Doing to Keep Guests Safe?
We have several other measures in place, including dividers in our indoor public spaces and our trained housekeeping staff uses state-of-the-art cleaning technologies to ensure we are operating within communicable disease regulations.
I'm from out of town. What do I need to check into the Hotel?
You do not need a vaccination card to check in, however you will need proof of vaccination to enter certain services, businesses and events while staying in our community. Please click here for a full list of places that require proof of vaccination.
GROUP BOOKING & EVENTS
As of October 5th, organized gatherings, such as weddings and conferences, held in the Fraser East LHA are now limited to 10 people inside, or 50 outside, unless all participants are fully vaccinated. Provincially, attendees of events that require vaccination currently only need to have the first dose in B.C. They won’t be required to have both until Oct. 26.