Florida hotel provides ‘no-contact’ stay with huge price cuts for stranded travelers


A Palm Beach, Florida hotel is offering huge price cuts and ‘no-contact’ stays for stranded travelers during the coronavirus pandemic.

Crane’s Beach House is a 28-room boutique hotel in Delray Beach making significant changes to its operation in order to accommodate those affected by the outbreak of COVID-19.

New measures include a ‘no-contact’ policy to halt the spread of the virus.

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Room rates are also reduced by up to 70%, in a move that recognizes the financial difficulties most people are enduring at this time.

Finally, the Florida hotel has even made alterations to its long-stay policies.

Current guests reportedly include those stranded by travel bans or failed home purchases, as well as New Yorkers afraid to return to the coronavirus hotspot.

Crane’s Beach House is operating within Palm Beach County guidelines that last week forbid new hotel reservations with the exception of ‘critical lodgers’.

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