At Novotel Sunshine Coast Resort and the Sunshine Coast Convention Centre, our priority is the safety and wellbeing of our guests and team members. Given our obsession around customers, we are closely monitoring the Covid-19 (Coronavirus) outbreak.
Our business and day-to-day operations are running as usual while we continue welcoming our guests, however to minimise any risks we have implemented the following additional measures;
Advice to guests Please do not plan to travel within 14 days of arriving from overseas, being diagnosed with Coronavirus, feeling unwell, or having been in close contact with a diagnosed case of Coronavirus. All arriving guests will be asked to complete a health declaration form upon check-in at the resort and any guest that may require self isolation will be advised to follow the latest recommendations from the Australian government department of health.
Twin Waters Spa is currently closed, in accordance with governement guidelines.
Travel Policy Updated [16th May 2020] In conjunction with Accor, we have updated our cancellation policies for both new and existing bookings for all stays before 30th June 30th 2020, please click the link for more details https://all.accor.com/event/information.en.shtml
Dining Operation Updates [16th May 2020] There will be changes to dining offerings until further notice to help ensure a safe and healthy environment for guests and team members.
Payment Options Update [20th March 2020] Please be informed that to ensure the utmost health and safety of our guests and team members, the resort is now no longer accepting payment by cash. Guests will have the option to pay via eftpos/credit card or by room charge.
We thank our guests for their understanding and patience during these unprecedented times where we are and will continue to deliver measures that uphold the most hygienic dining options for our guests. We understand your concerns and uncertainty as we as a business and individual employees are experiencing the same unprecedented times that our guests are.
In conjunction with Accor, we have increased communication with tourism industry & accommodation bodies and follow the government public health guidelines to ensure a coordinated approach. We are and will continue to do everything we can to uphold our high standards in maintaining a safe environment and ensure that our hotels, employees and guests remain in a safe, inclusive and healthy environment.
We will continue to monitor all advice from the government and Queensland hotels association and implement steps on a daily basis as needed. Although international travel and inter-state travel have been restricted, to date there have been no restrictions placed on intra-state travel. There have been no confirmed COVID-19 cases at the resort to date and we will continue to follow advice from the health authorities and the federal and state governments in regards to guidelines whilst we continue to offer accommodation services. For official and most up to date advice from the department of health, please visit: https://www.health.gov.au/health-topics/novel-coronavirus-2019-ncov#prevention
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