Our Guests Are Our Top PriorityDoubletree Berkeley Marina Hotel takes the health, safety and security of our guests, associates and the general public very seriously and is following public health authorities' guidance. We follow CDC guidelines and focus on appropriate cleaning and disinfecting protocols. The safety and wellbeing of our guests and employees is of paramount importance. In response to coronavirus COVID-19, Doubletree Berkeley Marina Hotel is reinforcing recommended measures on appropriate hygiene standards and following the guidance of the CDC and WHO, applicable guidelines of the global and local health authorities, and taking relevant health and safety measures. The chemicals used by the Hotel are disinfectant cleaning products. In addition, we have daily cleaning procedures for all parts of the Hotel that addresses general cleanliness and disinfection.What is Doubletree Berkeley Marina Hotel procedures and policies are related to Coronavirus?
We take this matter very seriously and are following public health authorities' guidance, specifically CDC guidelines regarding appropriate cleaning and disinfecting protocols. The safety and wellbeing of our guests and employees is of paramount importance. We are reinforcing recommended measures on appropriate hygiene standards and following the guidance of the CDC and WHO, applicable guidelines of the global and local health authorities, and taking relevant health and safety measures.
What precautions does Doubletree Berkeley Marina Hotel take?
Our cleaning team has been briefed and trained on proper cleaning procedures to ensure the prevention of the COVID-19 virus. We clean our public facilities more frequently than recommended by CDC guidelines. We use Ecolab-Peroxide Multi-Surface Cleaner, which is a hospital grade disinfectant spray that kills over 99.99% of bacteria in only 30 seconds and offer more than a dozen hand-sanitizer stations for use throughout our hotel.
What can I do to prevent being infected by the COVID-19 virus?
Your everyday actions will help stop the spreading of this disease. This includes washing your hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds or using an alcohol-based hand sanitizer (when not visibly soiled); covering your mouth and nose with a tissue when coughing or sneezing and disposing of your used tissue in the waste basket; coughing or sneezing into elbow or upper sleeve if a tissue is not available; not touching your eyes, nose and mouth with unwashed hands; avoiding personal contact with sick people such as kissing, sharing cups or eating utensils.
What are the symptoms of COVID-19?
Symptoms include fever, coughing and shortness of breath.
What should I do if I suspect I have COVID-19?
If you suspect exposure to COVID-19 or display symptoms while you are visiting us, seek medical treatment immediately. If you are near Doubletree Berkeley Marina Hotel, we are located 10 minutes from Alta Bates Medical Center and no longer than 15 minutes from all other locations based on time of day and traffic conditions.
Closest Medical Centers & Clinics:
John Muir Health/UCSF Health, Berkeley Outpatient Center, 3100 San Pablo Ave, Berkeley, CA, 94702
Open 8am to 8pm Monday to Friday/8am to 2pm Saturday & Sunday. Phone # (510) 985-5100
Alta Bates Summit Medical Center/Alta Bates Campus. 2450 Ashby Ave, Berkeley, CA, 94705
Open 24 hours (Emergency Room) Phone # (510) 204-4444
Lifelong West Berkeley Health Center, 837 Addison St, Berkeley, CA, 94710. Open 7:30 Monday to Friday
8:30am Saturday, Closed on Sundays
Sutter Urgent Care Berkeley,2500 Milvia St, Berkeley, CA, 94704. Open 8am to 5pm Monday Through
Sunday. Phone # (510) 204-5514