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Stay healthy and see you soon!
The board of directors and the management of the Waldhotel Arosa fully support the directives of the Federal Council. In these challenging times, it is also particularly important for us to jointly do everything in our power to contain the coronavirus - not only to protect our own health, but also out of solidarity towards our more vulnerable fellow human beings.
Access to the hotel as well as the restaurant is only with a recovery or vaccination certificate (2G).
This means that all our hotel guests must present a Covid certificate at check-in, which we will also check. Children up to and including 15 years of age are not affected.
Should you not be able to present a certificate (2G), we will unfortunately not be allowed to welcome you to the Waldhotel Arosa. We would like to avoid this in any case. However, the booking can of course be cancelled.
Should your certificate expire during your stay, you would be responsible for renewing it in good time.
Masks are compulsory in all publicly accessible areas. This is only waived when people are seated at a table.
Seating is compulsory during consumption.
A 2G+ obligation applies in the wellness/swimming pool area, even if the facilities are used exclusively by hotel guests.
Only if a mask can be worn, a restriction to 2G is sufficient. In the case of mixed groups (individuals with 2G, others with 2G-plus), all must wear a mask.
Unfortunately, this is the only way to meet the requirements of the political authorities.
Please note: due to the constantly changing situation, our security measures may be adjusted at short notice.
We thank you very much for your understanding and look forward to welcoming you soon!
As a preventative measure to restrict the spread of the coronavirus, we kindly ask anyone who has experienced fever, coughing or typical cold symptoms in the last ten days not to visit the Waldhotel Arosa.
All the latest information about travelling to Austria and the current travel restrictions in place can be found on the website of the Federal Ministry of Health.
The Waldhotel Arosa can welcome and host hotel guests subject to a number of measures. We are currently unable to give access to non-residents. We will keep you up to date about any changes to these rules. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to give us a call.