“At the Hampton Inn & Suites Gainesville Downtown, we are committed to providing for the safety of our guests and associates in the midst of this pandemic,” says General Manager Brad McCreedy.
GAINESVILLE, Fla. (PRWEB)
October 01, 2020
The Hampton Inn & Suites Gainesville-Downtown joins local lodging partners in the “Visit Gainesville, Alachua County Safe Stay Pledge,” which aims to show a unified commitment to the health and safety of those who live, work, and visit Alachua County. In partnership with Visit Gainesville and the Alachua County Hospitality Council, the Hampton Inn & Suites Downtown-Gainesville along with 32 local lodging partners agree to follow CDC Standards of cleaning and sanitation and adhere to practices such as wearing face coverings and following social distancing and capacity guidelines.
“At the Hampton Inn & Suites Gainesville Downtown, we are committed to providing for the safety of our guests and associates in the midst of this pandemic,” says General Manager Brad McCreedy. “All associates have been trained in the proper cleaning protocol for our guests, utilizing Hiltons Clean Stay initiative as our model. From PPE to cleaning procedures in our hotel, our complete focus is on maintaining a safe environment for everyone. This focus will allow Gainesville to continue its pledge of a safe stay when visiting our city.”
The Safe Stay pledge also aligns with the Hilton CleanStay and EventReady initiatives. Hilton EventReady with CleanStay was initiated as a direct response to event planner customer requests for solutions around cleanliness, flexibility, safety and sustainability. This industry-leading meetings and events program is the next phase of Hilton CleanStay and is being implemented by Team Members at the hotel, as well as Hilton hotels around the world.
“At all times, and especially during the time of COVID19, the Alachua County Visitors and Convention Bureau provides the information and tools that our visitors need to navigate our destination,” said Tourism Development Manager, Jessica Hurov. “The Safe Stay Pledge is another way to provide information to help inform the personal travel choices that individuals need to make during their stay.”
The Hampton Inn & Suites is set in the heart of Gainesville, Florida’s historic downtown – central to dining and entertainment, and a five-minute drive from the campus of University of Florida. The hotel features 1,800 sq. ft of divisible meeting space and 124 guest rooms & suites.
For more information or to make reservations, visit http://www.gainesville-downtown.hamptoninn.com or call +1 352 240 9300.
Read more about Hampton by Hilton at http://www.hampton.com and newsroom.hilton.com/hampton.
About Key International
Key International is a world-class real estate investment and development company that has been influential throughout South Florida since the 1970s. With offices in Miami, Florida and Madrid, Spain, the company focuses primarily on the luxury commercial and residential sectors, including condominiums, hotels & resorts, apartments, offices, and retail properties. Key International’s high-profile projects include the development of such sought-after addresses as 400 Sunny Isles, 1010 Brickell, the landmark Mint and The Ivy towers in Downtown Miami, along with the master development of the Riverfront Community district of Miami and the $250 million expansion and restoration of the world-famous Eden Roc Resort Miami Beach. Key International also owns and manages a diverse collection of hotels within the Marriott, Hilton and InterContinental Hotels Group brands. For more information, visit http://www.key-international.com.
Established in 1973, LBA Hospitality is one of the premier hotel management, development, and consulting firms in the US. Their extensive portfolio is comprised of hotels throughout the southeastern United States, under the brands of Marriott International and Hilton Worldwide. For more information, visit LBAHospitality.com
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