Our Hotel Features Independent HVAC Units in our rooms, Which Means No Shared Air Vents Between Guestrooms(!) Escape the crowds at a small, boutique property that is Committed to being a Safe hotel during Omicron in Campbell, CA
Last Updated: 1/14/2021
We take the spread of Covid-19 and the recent information regarding the Omicron variant (South African variant) very seriously. The Bristol follows rigorous health and safety practices required by the State of California for the operation of lodging facilities during Covid-19. A healthy environment for guests and employees is our top priority. Do you have a specific need during while you are traveling during Covid? Do not hesitate to contact us.
- Face coverings are required for all staff and guests in the public areas of the hotel, even if you are vaccinated
- Daily housekeeping is only being performed upon request. Simply request housekeeping services from the front desk before 3pm. Please note that guests may not be in the room with the housekeeping attendant while cleaning services are performed.
- You can find information on Santa Clara County's public health orders here.
- You can also stay up to date on travel restrictions at Sherpa.com
Nearly All Of Our Staff Members Are Fully Vaccinated
- All guestrooms have exterior vented heating/cooling systems - no shared air vents between guestrooms!
- We sanitize “high touch” surfaces and leave doors and windows open when appropriate to allow air to circulate.
- Hand sanitizer is available throughout the property.
- A clear plexi “sneeze guard” is in place across the front desk.
- Furniture has been reduced in public spaces to limit the maximum occupancy of a space.
- Masks are available through the front desk.
- Nearly all staff is fully vaccinated, but everyone wears masks in the front and back of house.
- Temperature checks are regularly performed on employees
- Housekeeping wears PPE while cleaning guestrooms and windows are opened to allow fresh air to circulate.
- Linens and towels are laundered at high temperatures.
- “Back of House” practices includes regular hand washing, cleaning of cellphone screens, pens and keyboards.
- Staff exhibiting signs of illness or not feeling well cannot work and are advised to seek medical attention.