Crane’s Beach House Boutique Hotel & Luxury Villas in Delray Beach, Fla., is doing its part to combat the Coronavirus. The popular hotel has announced that it will offer affordable extended and long-term stay options for its large kitchenette studios and apartment-style one bedroom suites, in an effort to support destination visitors who have been displaced, wish to avoid return travel, or are attempting to stay away from public spaces during this time of heightened precaution.
The 28-room property has introduced unseasonably reduced rates to ensure South Florida visitors are provided safe, sanitary and affordable options for accommodations. For extended stay visits of 30 days or longer, Crane’s is offering its 350 square-foot kitchenette studio rooms for $129 per night plus tax. Its 650 square-foot one-bedroom suites with full-service kitchens will also be available for $159 per night plus tax. For guest stays of seven nights or more, the beach-approximate property is offering a reduced rate starting at $179 plus tax, for its studio rooms.
These extended and long-term stay rates will be offered through the summer, based on availability. All food and beverage, complimentary breakfast and poolside tiki bar, have been discontinued as a precautionary measure to keep our staff and guests safe.
In addition to its current offerings, Crane’s has instituted substantial measurements to safeguard guests while the threat of exposure to COVID-19 remains of heightened concern in the country. This includes a “no contact” guest relations process that ensures all guests can continue to receive personal attention and servicing needs without ever coming into direct contact with property staff. The process includes remote check in and check out and entry-free amenity deliveries. Although every guest will arrive in a safe, clean and sanitary environment, as an additional safety precaution, Crane’s is temporarily suspending daily housekeeping, limiting this service to pre-check in / post-check out only at this time.
As for its safety precautions, the property uses only CDC-approved grade cleaning products and techniques, has increased the availability of hand sanitizers and frequent hand washing of staff, guests and visitors, is more frequently cleaning and sanitizing surfaces, door knobs, handrails and other areas, and is sanitizing restrooms, kitchens and other facilities throughout the day.
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