- COVID-19 cleaning and safety protocols

In response to COVID-19, hotels are implementing new standards for cleanliness and disinfection.

Below, you will find the latest official statements from individual hotel brands on what they are doing to make sure guests feel safe and at ease moving forward.

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Updated: June 3, 2020



For the well-being of our guests and team members, employees have been trained on cleaning and disinfectant techniques, including use of PPE, protocols for all surfaces and tracking cleaning schedules. Recommended social distancing guidelines are being adhered to throughout the resort and the presence of hand sanitizer stations have been increased across each area.

Caesars Entertainment takes great care across every resort, working closely with health experts and adhering to guidelines set forth by the World Health Organization, the Centers for Disease Control, and the US Environmental Protection Agency.



  • Our resorts are cleaned and disinfected daily and throughout each shift.
  • Team members have been trained on proper cleaning and disinfecting procedures, as well as proper usage of PPE.
  • High touch items have been cleaned and disinfected between use.


  • Social distancing procedures are implemented across properties, including appropriate signage in queuing areas.
  • Casino floors, restaurants and other seated venues have reduced their capacities to allow for appropriate social distancing.


  • Additional hand sanitizing stations have been added throughout the resort.
  • Team Members will provide hand sanitizer at check-in, table games, cage, and other transaction points.
  • Hand washing reminders are available throughout restroom facilities.



  • Slot machines banks have been arranged to allow for proper social distancing.
  • Machines are disinfected regularly throughout the day.
  • Hand sanitizer stations are available near slot banks.


  • All guests participating in table games must wear masks.
  • Positions will be limited at each table to allow for appropriate social distancing.
    • Three players per blackjack / pai gow / carnival game table
    • Four players per roulette
    • Six players per craps table
  • Guests will not be able to congregate behind players at a gaming table.
  • Where possible, procedures have been adjusted to allow only dealers to touch cards.
  • High touch gaming items (dice, chips, etc.) will be routinely disinfected, and cards will be refreshed more frequently.
  • Dealers will provide hand sanitizer to every arriving player.


  • Chairs and tables in viewing area have been adjusted to allow for appropriate social distancing.
  • Hand sanitizer will be provided at betting stations.



  • Front desks have been arranged to allow for appropriate social distancing.
  • Queues have been marked to identify the appropriate distance between guests.
  • Hand sanitizer will be provided at the front desk.
  • Team members, including guest room attendants, will not enter occupied rooms.
  • Guest deliveries will be dropped off outside the guest room door.


  • Table configurations have been adjusted to allow for appropriate social distancing.
  • High touch items are cleaned and disinfected between guests, or replaced with disposable versions.
  • Hand sanitizer is provided at entrances, which guests are encouraged to use upon arrival.
  • Self-serve items, such as condiments, have been removed.
  • Refills will not be provided for self-supplied beverage containers.


  • Tables, chairs and barstools have been arranged to allow for appropriate social distancing.
  • Guests will be able to order from the bar in locations that provide appropriate social distancing from other guests.
  • Bartenders will provide hand sanitizer to every arriving customer.



  • Salons and spas will adjust schedules between clients to allow for time to clean and disinfect surfaces.
  • Exercise machines will be cleaned and disinfected between use.
  • Mobile fitness equipment (dumbbells, mats, etc.) has been removed.
  • Hand sanitizer is provided at entrances, which guests are encouraged to use upon arrival.


  • Cabanas and lounge chairs have been arranged to allow for appropriate social distancing.
  • Seating will be cleaned and disinfected between guest use.
  • Hand sanitizer will be provided throughout the area.


  • Queues have been marked to identify appropriate distance between guests.
  • Hand sanitizer will be provided throughout the area.


  • Capacity and loading have been modified to allow space between parties.
  • Ride Equipment, where applicable, has been cleaned and disinfected between guests.
  • Queues have been marked to identify proper distance between guests.

How is The Venetian Resort responding to COVID-19, commonly referred to as novel coronavirus?

Last Updated: March 10, 2020 at 4:30 p.m. PDT

The health and safety of our team members and guests is our utmost priority. We, like all of you, are closely monitoring the developments regarding COVID-19. Our Emergency Management Team works closely with local officials and we continue to follow the guidance of the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and Southern Nevada Health District (SNHD) for local direction.

We always perform routine environmental cleaning and we adhere to the recommendations set forth in the U.S. EPA Emerging Pathogen Policy regarding cleaning and disinfectants. In addition to our usual cleaning procedures we have dedicated staff to focus exclusively on the safeguards we are putting in place throughout the resort, these include:

  • Additional restroom attendants to wipe down counters and stalls with disinfectant.
  • Additional staff to disinfect high touchpoints more regularly including escalator rails, elevator buttons and handrails.
  • Hand sanitizing stations readily available throughout the resort, Congress Center and Sands Expo Convention Center.
  • Attendants stationed next to each escalator handrail within the Congress Center and Sands Expo Convention Center to wipe them down during conference hours.
  • In the casino we have brought in additional team members to disinfect slot machines, pits and chairs on a consistent basis.
  • In the poker room we have team members on hand to wipe down all armrests with disinfectant between games.

We are encouraging our team members and guests to take the same precautions against COVID-19 that are taken to combat the common cold and flu viruses. We encourage our team members and guests to adhere to the following guidelines:

  • Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 30 seconds.
  • Refrain from shaking hands.
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, or mouth with unwashed hands.
  • Cover your mouth and nose with a tissue when coughing or sneezing. Properly discard tissue after use.
  • Regularly clean and disinfect all equipment including your tools, phones, keyboard, mouse and work station.
  • Avoid close contact with people who are visibly sick.
  • Stay home from work (or in your suite) if you have a fever or are exhibiting cold or flu symptoms and contact your doctor, or if you are at the resort, call the front desk and request assistance from a resort EMT.

We are prepared to follow any additional protocols or guidance from CDC and SNHD, as they are made available.

TI Las Vegas Health & Safety Policies

Treasure Island Hotel & Casino ("TI") is focused on the health and safety of our guests and employees.  We are closely monitoring government policy changes and guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and Nevada Gaming Control Board as well as federal, state and local government mandates and any other public health advancements, and will continue to make changes as necessary or appropriate to our protocols and procedures.

TI uses cleaning products and protocols that meet all CDC, Southern Nevada Health District (SNHD), Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) guidelines, which are approved for use and effective against viruses, bacteria and other airborne and blood borne pathogens.  TI continues to work with our vendors, distribution partners and suppliers to ensure an uninterrupted supply of these cleaning supplies and necessary personal protective equipment.

These policies are subject to change, and will be updated as guidance from the afrorementioned agencies evolve.


Security Temperature Screenings: To help provide safety measures for both employees and guests, TI Security will implement a non-invasive temperature scan of all overnight hotel guests upon arrival in designated entrance area(s) where hotel guests will be required to maintain and practice social distancing policies.  In the event screening shows a temperature equal to or greater than 100.4 degrees ("fever"), the guest(s) will be asked to wait in a desiganted area for 15-minutes prior to retesting.  The guest(s) will be denied access to the property only if the second test is also positive for a fever, or pursuant to then-current CDC guidelines.  In addition, based on SNHD guidelines, all guests with a fever will be referred to a medical hotline for assessment.

Social Distancing: Guests are advised to practice physical social distancing by standing at least six (6) feet away from other groups of people while standing in all public areas, and limiting elevator occupancy to four (4) people.  In the event guest issues may arise, TI Security will be contacted to immediately advise guests of social distancing rules.  In addition, plexiglass shields are placed in locations in which frequent face-to-face interactions may take place such as the front desk, cashier stations, etc.

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE): Disposable face masks will be available at the front desk and other various locations on property for guest use.

Safe Casino Gaming: TI will follow all casino gaming and hotel operations guidance as specified by the Nevada Gaming Control Board.

Confirmed Room Sanitization: TI housekeeping ensures thorough cleaning of all rooms and suites before check-in and after check-out.  Daily service will be available only upon request.  To ensure all guests are confident their accommodations have been properly sanitized, a sign will be placed in the room or on the door to confirm all cleaning protocols have been completed.

Hand Washing: All public TI restrooms are equipped with touch free faucets, soap dispensers, paper towel dispensers and hand blowers.  TI encourages guests to follow the hand washing recommendations from the CDC and SNHD by thoroughly washing hands for a minimum of twenty (20) seconds with soap and warm water.

Hand Sanitizers: Touch-free hand sanitizer dispenser stations are positioned in high-traffic locations including but not limtied to restaurants, casino floor, front desk, elevator lobbies, pool entrances and theatre entrance.  In addition, personal hand sanitizers are available to guests in various locations on property.

Touchless Environment: TI has made efforts to remove as many touch points as possible including, but not limited to, designated entry / exit door with automated opening devices and/or door attendants, replacing frequently used room amenities with one-time use items, offering alternative payment methods, and other efforts to limit contact points.

Property Signage: Communications are posted around property to remind guests on how to maintain proper hygiene, including instructions on handwashing, how to avoid touching your face, how to cover coughs and sneezes, how to properly wear and dispose of PPE, and social distancing policies.  In addition, floor decals will advise guests where to queue in accordance with social distancing standards.


Security Temperature Screenings: To help provide safety measures for both employees and guests, TI Security will implement a non-invasive temperature scan of all employees prior to their shifts in designated employee entrance areas where employees will be required to maintain and practice social distancing policies.  In the event an employee shows a temperature equal to or greater than 100.4 degrees, they will be denied access onto the property and will be required to stay home until they are able to return to work pursuant to then-current CDC guidelines.  TI Security will then contact and notify the employee’s management of the occurrence.  Based on SNHD guidelines, all employees who are flagged for a fever will be recorded in a database that will be maintained by TI Security to assist local health authorities with aggregate data sharing and contact tracing.

Stay At Home If Sick: TI employees are required to stay at home if they do not feel well, and are instructed to contact a manager if they notice a coworker  or guest with a cough, shortness of breath, or other known symptoms of COVID-19.  TI employees who have symptoms of COVID-19 should not come back to work until permitted under CDC guidelines.

Expanded Training: All TI employees will be trained about COVID-19 and prevention through literature released by the CDC and SNHD.  Additional training will be provided for TI employees with frequent guest contact.

Hand Washing and Hand Sanitizers: TI employees will be instructed to wash and/or santize their hands based on CDC guidelines every sixty (60) minutes and/or when using the restroom, sneezing, touching their face, blowing their nose, handling luggage, smoking, eating, drinking, entering or leaving the property, as well as going on break and before or after starting a shift.  Hand sanitizer dispensers are placed at employee entrances as well as at various time clock locations.

Social Distancing Policy: TI employees are to practice social distancing by standing or sitting a least six (6) feet away from other employees and guests, including within the employee dining room, uniform control, kitchens, at the employee services window, within employee’s respective departments and other high-density areas in order to ensure appropriate social distancing between employees and guests.

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE): Every TI employee will be provided and required to wear a face mask at all times while on property.  Some employees will receive additional PPE based on their positions, such as housekeeping, EVS, food and beverage employees, and front desk.  In addition, TI employees will be properly trained on how to use and dispose of any required PPE specific to their job responsibilities.

Employee Signage: Communication signage, both digital and printed, will be posted on property to remind employees on how to maintain property hygiene, including instructions on proper handwashing, how to avoid touching your face, how to cover coughs and sneezes, how to property wear and dispose of PPE, and how to identity a co-worker or guest exhibiting signs of symptoms associated with COVID-19.

Personal Protection: TI employees need to avoid touching their face, including eyes, nose, and mouth as well as covering cough or sneeze with a tissue and properly disposing the tissue.

Cleaning Procedures and Protocols: The frequency of the cleaning and sanitizing has increased in high-traffic areas with an emphasis on, but not limited to, slot machines and chairs, gaming tables and chairs, elevator buttons and panels, front desk counters, casino Player's Club booth and kiosks, door handles, ATMs, redemption terminals, escalator handrails, the employee dining rooms, kitchens, loading docks, employee entrances, employee restrooms, offices, hallways, employee services windows and training areas.  In addition, special cleaning attention has been made to guest rooms and suites, including high touch areas such as TV remote controls, door and furniture handles and knobs, toilet seats and handles, water faucet handles, nightstands, telephones, alarms clocks, light switches, thermostats and flooring.  Any shared supplies or equipment wil be sanitized before, during and after each shift or anytime the supplies or equipment is used by another employee.

Additional guidance will be provided to address individual locations and responsibilities. All guidance is subject to change. Last update 28 May 2020.

TRUMP HOTELS - Our Commitment to Health and Safety

Trump Hotels has a long-standing commitment to providing impeccably clean properties, with a focus on ensuring the health and safety of our associates, guests and residents. As the Covid-19 situation began to impact our communities in early March, we implemented additional practices and procedures in furtherance of this commitment, following guidance issued by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), as well as our federal, state and local government, and on top of our already extensive cleaning measures as a luxury, five-star hotel brand.

These practices and procedures include:

Associate Training and Awareness: 

  • In conjunction with Ecolab, we have increased our associate training. In early March, all Trump hotels participated in on-site training conducted by Ecolab's Ecosure team. Training included practical guidance to help reduce the risk of infection related to COVID-19, with emphasis on cleaning, disinfecting, and both personal and environmental hygiene.
  • Associates have also been instructed on CDC recommended social distancing practices, including maintaining at least 6 feet of distance from others when possible.
  • In situations and locations where required or recommended by state or local government, associates have been provided cloth face coverings. 
  • Health & Safety postings emphasizing frequent handwashing and ways to prevent the spread of illness have been posted in areas frequented by associates as a reminder of the importance of good hygiene.  
  • Associates are regularly instructed on the importance of staying at home if they are unwell or if they have experienced a potential exposure to COVID-19.

Cleaning Practices:

  • We have increased the frequency of cleaning and disinfecting public areas, including door handles, handrails, bathroom surfaces, front desk surfaces, elevators, and elevator buttons.  We are also cleaning and disinfecting all guest room keys daily.
  • We have selected Ecolab products that are EPA registered, heavy-duty, hospital grade disinfectants.

Sanitizing Stations:

  • Throughout our properties we have positioned hand sanitizers for guests, residents and associates.  

Wynn Las Vegas Health and Disinfection Program

Employee & Guest Health
The health and safety of our employees and guests is our number one priority.

  • Thermal Cameras. Points of entry will be limited to allow our security team to conduct non-invasive temperature checks utilizing thermal cameras. Anyone displaying a temperature over 100.0°F1 will be taken to a private area for a secondary temporal temperature screening. Employees or guests confirmed to have a temperature over 100.0°F will not be allowed entry to the property and will be directed towards appropriate medical care.
  • Physical Distancing. Guests will be advised to practice physical distancing by standing at least six feet away from other groups of people not traveling with them while standing in lines, waiting for elevators or moving around the property. Restaurant tables, slot machines and other physical layouts will be arranged to ensure appropriate distancing. Employees will be reminded not to touch their faces and to practice physical distancing by standing at least six feet away from guests and other employees whenever possible. All resort outlets will comply with, or exceed, local or state mandated occupancy limits.
  • Hand Sanitizer. Hand sanitizer dispensers, touchless whenever possible, will be placed at key guest and employee entrances and contact areas such as driveways, reception areas, hotel lobbies, the casino floor, restaurant entrances, meeting and convention spaces, elevator landings, pools, salons and exercise areas. Hand lotion, to prevent skin from drying out due to frequent sanitizing, will also be provided in guest rooms and throughout the back of house (in touchless dispensers) for employees.
  • Front of the House Signage. There will be health and hygiene reminders throughout the property including the proper way to wear, handle and dispose of masks and face coverings2. Table game electronic signs will also be used for messaging and communication.
  • Back of the House Signage. Signage will be posted throughout the property reminding employees of the proper way to wear, handle and dispose masks and face coverings, use gloves (in positions deemed appropriate by medical experts), wash hands, sneeze and to avoid touching their faces.
  • Employee & Guest Health Concerns. Our employees have been given clear instructions on how to respond swiftly and report all presumed cases of COVID-19 on property to the Southern Nevada Health District (SNHD). We will be ready to provide support to our guests. Employees are instructed to stay home if they do not feel well and are instructed to contact a manager if they notice a coworker or guest displaying or complaining of a cough, fever, shortness of breath, chills, a new loss of taste or smell, repeated shaking with chills, muscle pain, headache, sore throat or other known symptoms of COVID-19. Employees and guests who are exhibiting any of the symptoms of COVID-19 while at the property are instructed to immediately notify their manager (employees) or hotel security (guests). A certified emergency medical technician (EMT) will be on site 24 hours per day during the initial re-opening period.
  • Case Notification. If we are alerted to a presumptive case of COVID-19 at the resort, we will work with the SNHD to follow its recommended protocols.

Employee’s Responsibilities
Wynn Employees are vital for an effective health and sanitation program.

  • Hand Washing. Correct hygiene and frequent handwashing with soap is vital to help combat the spread of virus. All Wynn employees have been instructed to wash their hands, or use sanitizer when a sink is not available, every 60 minutes (for 20-seconds) and after any of the following activities: using the restroom, sneezing, touching the face, blowing the nose, cleaning, sweeping, mopping, smoking, eating, drinking, entering and leaving the gaming floor, going on break and before or after starting a shift.
  • COVID-19 Training. All employees will receive training on COVID-19 safety and disinfection protocols with more comprehensive training for our teams with frequent guest contact including Housekeeping, Food & Beverage, Public Area Department, Hotel Operations and Security.
  • COVID-19 Testing. All employees will access to testing through Wynn’s partnership with University Medical Center (UMC).
  • Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). Appropriate PPE will be worn by all employees based on their role and responsibilities and in adherence to state or local regulations and guidance. Training on how to properly use and dispose of all PPE will be mandatory. Every employee entering the resort will be provided a mask and required to wear that mask while on property. Gloves will be provided to employees whose responsibilities require them as determined by medical experts including housekeeping and public area attendants and security officers in direct contact with guests.
  • Daily Pre-Shift & Timekeeping. Employee pre-shift meetings will be conducted virtually or in areas that allow for appropriate physical distancing between employees. Larger departments will stagger employee arrival times to minimize traffic volume in back of house corridors and service elevators. Hand sanitizer will be available at each timeclock location and employees will be required to sanitize their hands after clocking in. Our management team will ensure constant communication and proper PPE, cleaning and disinfection procedures are followed and updated per the latest expert guidance.

The Guest Journey

  • Guest Arrival
    A security officer will greet each visitor to the resort. Visitors will be screened for temperature and then asked to use hand sanitizer and highly encouraged to wear a mask or face covering (which will be provided by the resort). Appropriate signage will also be prominently displayed outlining proper mask usage and current physical distancing practices in use throughout the resort.
    1. Guest Arrival Valet, Taxi or Ride Share
      • Guests will enter the resort through doors that are either propped open, are automated or manually operated by an employee.
      • Employees will not open the doors of cars or taxis.
      • Guests requesting bell service will be assisted and the bell cart will be disinfected after each guest is assisted.
      • Valet services will be suspended until further notice.
    2. Guest Arrival by Wynn Limousine
      • Limos will be thoroughly cleaned before and after each use.
      • No more than four guests will be permitted per SUV and no more than two guests will be permitted per sedan.
      • Guests will not be permitted in the front passenger seat.
  • Hotel Guest Elevators
    1. An employee will be present to disinfect the button panels at regular intervals, at least once per hour.
    2. Signage will be posted to explain the current procedures.
    3. No more than four guests will be permitted per elevator.
  • Guest Room Disinfection
    1. Guests will be assigned a room that has been thoroughly cleaned, disinfected and sealed with a disinfection sticker that the guest will break upon entry.
    2. Each guest room will receive a COVID-19 awareness card outlining the health and disinfection steps being taken by the resort.
    3. A spray bottle of sanitizer and/or wipes will be provided in each room for guest use (subject to availability and stored out of reach of small children).

Cleaning Products and Protocols
Our hotels use cleaning products and protocols which meet EPA guidelines3 for use against the virus that causes COVID-19 and are effective against viruses, bacteria and other airborne and bloodborne pathogens. Electrostatic disinfectant sprayers containing hospital disinfectant will be used throughout the resort in high traffic areas, guest rooms and on high touch surfaces. We are working with our vendors, distribution partners and suppliers to ensure an uninterrupted supply of these cleaning supplies and the necessary PPE. PAD, Housekeeping and Stewarding will be the primary departments responsible for all cleaning and disinfecting in their respective areas (per regular business operating procedures). Other departments will support as appropriate for employee and guest service and safety.

  • Public Spaces and Communal Areas. The frequency of cleaning and disinfecting has been increased in all public spaces with an emphasis on frequent contact surfaces including, but not limited to, front desk check-in counters, bell desks, elevators and elevator buttons, door handles, public bathrooms, room keys and locks, ATMs, escalator and stair handrails, casino cage counters, gaming machines, gaming tables, gym equipment, dining surfaces and seating areas.
  • Guest Rooms. Industry leading cleaning and disinfecting protocols are used to clean guest rooms, with particular attention paid to high-touch items including television remote controls, toilet seats and handles, door and furniture handles, water faucet handles, nightstands, telephones, in-room control panels, light switches, temperature control panels, alarm clocks, luggage racks and flooring. The existing Amazon Alexa units allow for touchless control of key features including drapery, air conditioning and lighting. Upon check out each room will be thoroughly cleaned and disinfected using electrostatic spray technology; rooms will then be sealed with a disinfection label.
  • Laundry. All bed linen and laundry will continue to be washed at a high temperature and in accordance with CDC guidelines4. Dirty linen will be bagged in the guest room to eliminate excess contact while being transported to the laundry facility.
  • Back of the House. The frequency of cleaning and disinfecting will also increase in high traffic back of house areas with an emphasis on the employee dining rooms, employee entrances, uniform control rooms, employee restrooms, loading docks, offices, kitchens, security scanning podiums, Employee Relations service desks and training classrooms.
  • Shared Equipment. Shared tools and equipment will be disinfected before, during and after each shift or anytime the equipment is transferred to a new employee. This includes phones, radios, computers and other communication devices, payment terminals, kitchen implements, engineering tools, safety buttons, folios, cleaning equipment, keys, time clocks and all other direct contact items used throughout the resort. The use of shared food and beverage equipment in back of the house office pantries (including shared coffee brewers) will be discontinued.
  • Room Recovery Protocol. In the event of presumptive case of COVID-19 the guest’s room will be removed from service and quarantined. The guest room will not be returned to service until case has been confirmed or cleared. In the event of a positive case, the room will only be returned to service after undergoing an enhanced disinfection protocol by a licensed third-party expert and approval by the SNHD.
  • Air Filter and HVAC Cleaning. The frequency of air filter replacement and HVAC system cleaning has been increased and fresh air exchange will be maximized.