February 5, 2022
All travellers are permitted to enter Newfoundland and Labrador. Self-isolation and testing requirements depend on vaccination status. For more information visit gov.nl.ca
Proof of full vaccination required in Newfoundland and Labrador as of October 22, 2021
A provincial requirement for proof of full vaccination will be implemented as of October 22, 2021 for anyone who is 12 years and older to participate in discretionary, non-essential events and activities that gather people together, including:
- Gatherings of any size held for socializing, celebration, ceremony or entertainment that are hosted at a recognized business or organization, a rental room, community centre, or other venues used to host gatherings (e.g. weddings, funerals, birthday parties, baby showers, faith-based gatherings)
- Conferences, conventions and trade shows
- Indoor gyms and fitness facilities, yoga studios, and dance studios
- Places where sports or recreational activities are practiced indoors
- Places where group music, art, dance, and drama activities are practiced indoors, including bands, choirs, dance and music classes
- Indoor entertainment facilities (arcades, trampoline parks, bowling alleys, billiard halls, golf, laser tag, indoor playgrounds, and paintball)
- Bars and lounges
- Restaurants (indoor seated dining only, including food courts; does not apply to outdoor patios, take-out, delivery, or drive-thru services)
- Cinemas and performance spaces
- Bingo halls
- Personal service establishments including spas, esthetic services, hair salons, barber shops, body piercing, tattooing and tanning salons
- Long-term care homes, personal care homes, assisted living facilities, community care homes (visitors only; does not apply to residents living in these settings)
Children 11 and younger are exempt from the proof of vaccination (they can attend events and activities with a fully vaccinated adult).
Proof of vaccination will not be required for the following:
- Hotel, bed and breakfast and hostel accommodations
- Financial institutions
- Health care facilities, including private health clinics
- Taxis and public transit
- Retail stores, shopping malls and public markets
- Community agencies offering essential services (i.e., Family Resource Centres, shelters)
- Places where government and other public services are offered (i.e., public libraries, court services, Service NL)
- School-based activities
- Before and after school programs
- Child care
- Post-secondary institutions
For a full list, please visit gov.nl.ca
Masks Must Be Worn Effective September 18, 2021
As per the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador, an interim province-wide masking order has been implemented for all indoor public spaces as of September 18, 2021. Guests must wear a mask when moving through the hotel and restaurant public spaces, and can remove their masks once they enter their room or are seated at their table.
Entry to Canada for Fully Vaccinated American Citizens and Permanent Residents as of August 9, 2021
Effective August 9, 2021, Canada will allow entry to fully vaccinated American citizens and permanent residents (currently residing in the US) for leisure travel. If you meet the entry criteria, fully vaccinated travellers do not have to quarantine upon arrival to Canada. For the latest information visit the Government of Canada website.
The well-being of our guests, team members, and our community are our highest priority.
We aim to provide the level of comfort and service that you need to confidently travel, plan, and manage your booking during these unprecedented circumstances.
Amenities and services at our hotel
Following provincial regulations, and with health and safety as our top priority, we will be re-opening select services while respecting safe physical distancing. The following services will be open with modifications:
- Emile's Pub & Eatery; Open Tuesday - Thursday 5pm to 9pm, Friday 4pm to 9pm
To ensure the health and safety of all our guests, the following services remain temporarily closed:
We know this is inconvenient and is contrary to our desire to do whatever we can to make your stay comfortable and easy, but we hope that this action will help flatten the curve, and keep you safe.
We continue to closely monitor the Health Canada, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and the World Health Organization (WHO) statements regarding the coronavirus (COVID‐19) cases and follow guidance from these agencies, our government and local health departments.
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