A View Of A City

Refreshingly Unique
first floor lounge interior design at The Hotel Madison, Harrisonburg, Virginia
Comfortably Refined
The Hotel Madison in Harrisonburg is near JMU
Unbeatably Convenient
Our hotel receptionist helping a client at The Hotel Madison

COVID-19

Hotel Madison Information

We continue to monitor statements issued by the federal government, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), James Madison University, and the Virginia Department of Health regarding COVID-19.

Guidance and mandates for travelers continue to evolve and change frequently during the pandemic. Please check information from the CDC and the applicable health departments along your route, easily referenced in the CDC website. In Virginia and in accordance with CDC guidance, face masks are strongly encouraged for those not fully vaccinated along with other prevention measures.

At Hotel Madison, the well-being of our guests and associates is always our top priority. We are taking the following precautionary measures onsite:

• Implementation of distancing practices at the front desk as well as additional precautionary measures to minimize guest/staff contact

• Cleaning of touchpoints throughout the public space and the hotel

• Installation of hand sanitizer stations

• Education for team members of preventative measures and disinfecting products

• In order to minimize exposure for both guests and staff, we refrain from daily room cleaning during a guest’s stay unless absolutely necessary. We will accommodate additional guest needs, such as providing fresh towels and toiletries, by request to the front desk.

Among CDC’s recommended practices for travelers are the following (paraphrased - please see CDC website for full information):

• Reduce risk with vaccination or consider delaying travel.

• If unvaccinated, test before and after travel.

• Wear face mask covering nose and mouth in public indoor settings if unvaccinated.

• Practice social distancing with those not traveling with you, especially if at-risk condition.

• Avoid contact with sick people and clean hands often..

• Avoid touching eyes, nose and mouth with unwashed hands.

• Monitor health daily and be alert for symptoms.

• When sick, stay home / avoid contact with others.

• Check travel guidelines and any restrictions for specific areas along your trip.

• Know that face masks are required for public transportation.