Seal Rock Inn Coronavirus (COVID-19) Updated
I wanted to personally reach out to our loyal Seal Rock Inn family and address the current situation with the coronavirus (COVID-19). Every day brings new developments related to the virus, and the uncertainty can be unsettling. Our hearts
go out to those who have been impacted.
Please be assured that we are closely monitoring the situation. Our top priority is always the safety of you and our employees. These stringent precautionary hygiene measures come from the most current science emanating from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and World Health Organization regarding the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) cases and following guidelines from these agencies.
They are the following:
Temporarily suspending daily housekeeping services for stayover guests (i.e., not making beds or cleaning rooms unless specifically requested);
Practicing simple social distancing strategies that limit your exposure to those that may be ill (i.e., asking guests to NOT loiter in common areas but move on);
Wiping down counters, key cards, door knobs, and handrails in common areas with anti-bacterial wipes;
Requiring room attendants and maintenance staff to wear gloves at all times;
Implementing enhanced cleaning and sanitization processes throughout the facilities; and
Asking all guests to use the same personal best practices standard for a typical flu season, such as thoroughly washing your hands, avoid touching your face, and coughing into your elbow.
We respectfully ask for the kind cooperation of everyone visiting with us to ensure that you, too, take every measure possible to protect your well-being and that of others around you. We appreciate your support and patronage and look forward to serving you.
Dawn is coming up in San Francisco now: 6:09 am … at the Seal Rock Inn … out here at the far end of Geary Street: this is the end of the line, for buses and everything else, the western edge of America.
“… but I have a powerful aversion to working in offices, and when I didn’t show up for three or four days, they decided to do the only logical thing: move the office out here to the Seal Rock Inn.”
—Hunter S. Thompson: