Update on COVID-19
Our first priority during this rapidly-changing COVID-19 situation, is our guests and team members.
After carefully reviewing the CDC, WHO, Washington State, and local health department guidelines, we have decided to proactively close Alderbrook Resort & Spa, beginning March 16th tentatively reopening April 16th. We are doing this out of an abundance of caution and look forward to seeing you when we reopen. Our team will continue to receive their pay and benefits during this time.
We will closely monitor this ongoing situation and follow guidelines and protocols recommended to determine when we reopen ensuring our guests and colleagues return to a healthy and safe environment. We look forward to continuing to be a part of your NW tradition.
You can find information about the virus from the CDC here
You can find Governor Inslee's statement here
We will share updates on this page as we have them.
Thank you and stay healthy.
As recommended by the CDC, cautionary steps you can take to prevent the spread, include the following:
- Regularly wash your hands, and if soap and water are not available use a 60-95% alcohol-based hand sanitizer
- Take everyday preventive actions to help stop the spread of germs, such as avoid touching eyes and mouth, if possible
- Follow good respiratory hygiene, covering your mouth and nose when coughing or sneezing
- Avoid contact with people who are sick and stay home when you are sick
- Stockpile three days' worth of food and water as you would for any potential disaster
- Seek medical care if you are experiencing flu-like symptoms
- Consult your healthcare provider if you have health conditions that put you at increased risk
- Avoid travel to any country to which the CDC has applied a Level 3 Travel Advisory
- Self-quarantine upon return if you find the Advisory Level changed once you arrived in that country
- Prepare to be away from school/work if restrictions are put in place once you’ve left the United States and have difficulty returning as expected
This is a rapidly evolving situation, and we will continue to follow the guidance of the CDC, WHO and local health departments in our response to COVID -19.