You could be getting cabin fever as we reach the end of another month of the COVID-19 outbreak. Combined with the fact that businesses are starting to reopen may tempt you to arrange a vacation or official tour. If you do decide to travel and stay in a hotel, you should take every precaution necessary.

Staying at a hotel is, in the end, a calculated risk. It’s all about reducing risk. You won’t be able to reduce the danger to zero, but you’ll want to do everything you can to reduce it.

Always choose a safety hotel like Hotel Clarks Grand for your stay and follow the below tips for how to stay safe in a hotel room.

Five ways to protect yourself from COVID 19 while Staying at a hotel

Before making a reservation, look into the hotel’s security plan for visitors and employees.

While you can’t control other people’s activities, you can learn about what a hotel is doing to ensure the safety of its visitors and employees. Check the hotel’s website to see what precautions they take to keep visitors safe. It shows that they are transparent if they have mentioned what actions they are taking on their website, which is a good indicator.

If you can’t find your answers online, call the hotel and ask directly — they should know the answers to all of these questions.

  • Find out what the safety hotel plans are for unwell visitors during their stay.

Worst case scenario, you become ill unexpectedly. You aren’t in your hometown, where you might have a better idea of what to do. Are there any procedures that you should follow at the safety hotel? The most urgent requirement is for you to have the information you need to take your COVID test. You might inquire if the safety hotel has a resident physician or information on nearby medical services.



Wear a mask and keep a safe distance of at least six feet from other people.

You should follow all pandemic safety regulations such as mask use and social distance. When you’re Staying at a hotel, all of the precautions you’ve taken to protect yourself still apply. We’re still in the middle of a pandemic, and being on vacation doesn’t make it any better. When you’re in public, wear a mask and keep at least six feet away.


  • Request a room that has been vacant for a few days.

According to a study, the coronavirus can survive for up to 72 hours on some surfaces, like plastic and stainless steel. It indicates that if the prior person slept in the room shortly before you check-in, there is a higher chance of coronavirus. Request a room that has been vacant for three days for maximum safety. It’s better to be safe than sorry.

  • Avoid using the safety hotel Public amenities like the gym and spa.

Even though a hotel’s Public amenities are available, that doesn’t mean you should use them. Avoid the gym strictly. Because convincing individuals to wear masks may be difficult. And if they aren’t wearing masks and are exercising aerobically, they will expel even more respiratory secretions across longer distances. Other amenities, such as a spa, can be considered on an individual basis. Individualized spa experiences are required. If you’re getting a massage and both you and the therapist are wearing masks, you’re taking a relatively minimal risk. However, there is always a risk when you’re in a position where you’ll be interacting with other people. Ask regarding the spa’s safety and sanitation practices before booking a session, and if you have any reservations, skip the massage.




As we’ve already explained, there are several ways to avoid COVID infection. We at Hotel Clarks Grand take some extra measures, such as disinfecting your room upon arrival, declining housekeeping services to decrease the number of people in your room, and ordering room service instead of dining out. Precaution is always better than cure.