National cares deeply about the health and wellbeing of our associates, customers, and partners. We are fully committed to making your experience with National an exceptional one. Please help us keep our communities healthy by practicing social distancing, proper handwashing, and wearing a mask when in public.
We continue to:
- Follow the guidelines set forth by the CDC, WHO, and local governments, including the use of gloves, masks, and sanitizer.
- Monitor restrictions and re-opening policies every day to ensure we remain in compliance with federal, state, and local regulations. When policies or recommendations change, we immediately update our policies and practices accordingly.
- Use established escalation protocols to ensure swift action and proper resource allocation in the event of any situation arising which poses a heightened risk to our team or our guests.
- Provide National cleaning kits to guests upon check-in for cleaning high touch surfaces to protect guests and our associates and prevent the spread of germs.
Why trust National for your accommodation needs:
- 22 years in business
- 24/7/365 customer service – around the clock, around the world
- Proven perfect move-in process
- Flexible booking options
- Local experts, global reach – we offer accommodation solutions in North America, EMEA & APAC with our own local employees
- We offer contactless check-in and key retrieval where available
- Our teams are armed with all the support they need to provide a healthy working environment
- We have implemented additional cleaning protocols to sanitize high-touch areas in units before guest move-in
- We follow daily cleaning protocols for high-touch areas in all National offices
Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC)
CDC’s public health messaging system offers up-to-date messages to travelers at specific airports, seaports, and land borders where most international travelers enter or leave the United States. This is the latest information posted by CDC, in partnership with U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP), the Transportation Security Administration (TSA), and other port-of-entry partners.
World Health Organization Information (WHO)
All individuals planning travel should seek advice on the potential hazards in their chosen destinations and understand how best to protect their health and minimize the risk of acquiring the disease. Forward planning, appropriate preparation, and careful precautions can protect their health and minimize the risks of accidents and of acquiring the disease. Although the medical profession and the travel industry can provide extensive help and sound advice, it remains the traveler’s responsibility to seek information, to understand the risks involved, and to take the necessary precautions to protect their health while traveling.
State & Territorial Health Department Websites
Looking for the website of a state or territorial health department? The resources below link to health departments in all 50 states, 8 U.S. territories and freely associated states, and the District of Columbia.