Here’s why you can book a stay in Edmonton’s Best Hotels with confidence.

HOTELS

SHORT TERM RENTALS

Rigorous cleaning standards with COVID-19 sanitzation protocols:

  • Masks and gloves required
  • Systematic sanitization
  • Temperature checks of all hotel staff, daily
  • Accountability with staff on-site and spot checks by hotel brand to ensure careful following of COVID-19 procedures
“Suggested” cleaning guidelines:

  • Varies per rental company
  • No follow-up
  • No assurance that cleaning staff do not have COVID-19 when they enter the property
  • No accountability without staff on-site or spot checks from rental company
Rooms are often rested for 2 – 3 days between guests No stipulations for resting time between guests
Touchless check-in procedures at most hotels

  • Social distancing measures in place at all times
  • Sanitized key cards
Unstandardized check-in procedures

  • You may have to use the same key as previous guests

NEED MORE REASONS TO STAY AT A HOTEL
INSTEAD OF A SHORT TERM RENTAL?

When you stay at a hotel, you are supporting Albertans.

When you stay at a hotel, you are keeping young, new, and long-time Albertans employed.

Did you know that according to a 2017 study conducted by the Hotel Association of Canada there were over 7,500 full-time employment jobs created in Alberta’s hotels, while short term rentals like AirBnB generated the equivalent of 7 full-time employees? That’s a big difference.

Every time you choose to stay at a hotel, you are helping fellow Albertans and the entire economy. You are making a difference during a time when it has never been more important.

LET’S LAY IT OUT FOR YOU AGAIN

Choosing Edmonton’s Best Hotels over Short Term Rentals means:

You can enjoy your trip knowing that your room is sanitized

You will experience contactless, worry-free check-ins

You are keeping employees working and businesses open

You are supporting economic recovery from the pandemic

Book your stay today and experience peace of mind.

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