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Health and Service | Solage

Solage Health and Service Practices* 


As always, our number one priority is the health and safety of you, our valued guest, and our employees.  Having traveled away from your home, we appreciate that you understand that we cannot guarantee your health.  However, we are taking a number of actions to enhance the already high standards of health and cleanliness in our resort, so that you will feel comfortable and well taken care of during your stay with us.*


General Property Information

  • The hotel continues to monitor the guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and is following all health and safety guidelines provided by the local department of health.
  • The hotel’s already rigorous cleaning regimens and protocols have been increased.  Enhanced cleaning and sanitization practices have been put in place throughout the property and the overall cleaning frequency has been increased.


Guidance for the Use of Face Masks

  • Though we strongly recommend that guests wear a mask in all indoor public settings, it is not required, regardless of vaccination status.
  • Universal masking remains required in only specified settings, including on public transit (includes ride shares).
  • Some businesses may require face masks, at their own discretion.


Wellness Stations 

  • We have provided wellness stations with hand sanitizer that are available throughout the hotel.
  • Complimentary masks are available for guests upon request.



  • Housekeeping will follow enhanced practices for cleaning and sanitizing surfaces. 
  • Housekeeping service will be offered in accordance with the local department of health guidelines and can be personalized by selecting and receiving the housekeeping options you prefer from regular daily cleaning service to opting out of service based on your preferences throughout your stay. Contact the hotel for specific options.
  • Guests may deny housekeeping services during their stay at any time.


Solbar Dining 

  • We use single use paper menus for our guests which are recycled after their use, but can supply a QR code which has all menus for guest viewing as well.
  • Single use condiments are available throughout the dining experience.
  • Our staff is trained on the importance of proper hand washing and food safety techniques.
  • We use a EPA approved peroxide based disinfectant on our chairs and table tops as well as other high touch surfaces effectively eliminating viruses.
  • Sanitizer spray and cleaning towels are changed between each shift.
  • We also have several sanitizer stations setup throughout the dining room, including the host stand, near the bathrooms, as well as all server side stations.
  • Items that are used throughout the dining experience, check presenters, wine list IPAD’s, coasters, and other items, are wiped down after each use for all of our safety.


Fitness Center and Wellness

  • All equipment will be cleaned regularly throughout the day.  
  • Sanitizing wipes are available for guests’ use.



Spa treatments are non-invasive, relaxing and natural. It is therefore generally considered a safe treatment for most people. Certain conditions contraindicate receiving a spa service. Should you have any of the following conditions – or have had them within the last 48 hours, please do not book any body work and reschedule any existing services you may have:

  • Fever
  • Contagious diseases, including any cold or flu, no matter how mild it may seem
  • Under the influence of drugs or alcohol-including prescription pain medication
  • High fever, nausea, vomiting or diarrhea
  • Recent operations or acute injuries
  • Unstable hypertension, organ failure or hemophilia

Please note, Spa Solage reserves the right to refuse treatment to any guests that exhibits any symptoms of the aforementioned conditions.



  • We will provide activities for individual families on request (an additional charge may apply).

Please contact us at 866.942.7442. if you have any questions.  

*All health and service practices are subject to change