Why not stay in a hotel?!
Coronavirus has thrown a spanner in the works for thousands of people travelling overseas.
As of 18 March 2020, the Australian Government has advised that all Australians currently overseas if they hope to return to Australia do so as soon as possible.
The Australian Border Force has also implemented compulsory 14-day Self-isolation once Australians return home.
If you are coming back from overseas after a long time, you’ll likely come home to an empty fridge and cupboard. If you have seen the news lately, you’ll know that supermarket shelves empty and toilet paper has become a precious commodity. So why not save you your self the hassle and organise your self-isolation in a hotel! You won’t have to worry about running out of toilet paper or grocery shopping this can all be taken care off by the hotel.
Here I have a list of Hotels who are happy to accommodate those who are required to go into self-isolation.
TFE Hotel Group has 73 hotels within Australia this includes Adina Apartment Hotels, Medina Serviced Apartments, Vibe Hotels, Travelodge Hotels and Rendezvous Hotels.
Event Hotel Group
Event Hotels and Resorts operates Rydges, QT Hotels and Resorts, Atura Hotels and Thredbo Alpine Village.
Oaks Hotels and Resorts
All there 51 properties in Australia.
Across there 25 Properties in Australia.
For all of their 128 Properties across Australia
These are by no means the only properties accepting guests that are self-isolating if you are not sure contact the property and check, it can’t hurt to ask.
If you are interested in booking, please leave a note in the booking to advise you are self-isolating so the hotel can set up the room accordingly and call down to reception if you need anything.
Please note: Hotels will not be able to accommodate if you are coming from areas severely affected by the virus such as China or Wuhan province Italy, Iran and South Korea. Guest will also have had relevant screenings done by border Control.
Thanks for reading, stay safe and wash your hands!