Dear Valued Guests,
Colorado public health orders are changing rapidly and they vary from county to county. If you have any specific questions about how we are pivoting to abide by new health orders, we encourage you to check our website (www.gondolaresorts.com) and reach out to our dedicated customer service team directly (303-420-9963).
Below, you will find some key updates that highlight the new ordinances in place to help protect you during your trip.
Breckenridge & Keystone (Summit County, CO):
- Due to a sustained decline in local Covid-19 case counts, Summit County will be moving from Level Red down to Level Orange effective January 4, 2021.
- Under level orange restrictions, Summit county will be able to allow personal gatherings of up to 10 people from two different households.
- Restaurants can offer indoor dining at up to 25% of their capacity or 50 people.
Vail & Beaver Creek (Eagle County),
- Prohibits private or personal gatherings of more than 10 people and more than 2 households.
Aspen Snowmass (Pitkin County):
- On 12/22/20 the Pitkin County Public Health Order was amended to restrict personal gatherings, including in lodging, to single households only. To clarify the Public Health Order changes, lodging reservations made prior to 12/22/20 may be honored as long as the reservation meets the prior restriction of no more than 2 households and 10 people.
- The lodging restriction applies to any lodging accommodation of 30 days or less, including, but not limited to hotels, lodges, condo-tels, timeshares and any private short term rentals. Reservations made after 12/22 are must adhere to the current requirements and are limited to one household only. More than one household in a lodging unit is prohibited.
- A household is defined as people who do not live in the same residence.
- Due to the state prohibition on gatherings, the rental of individual rooms in a residence as a short-term lodging unit where other occupants are present is prohibited. Further information about personal gatherings and households can be found on our FAQs
- Pitkin County Public Health is adopting the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment reduced quarantine length guidance. Reducing the length of quarantine can reduce burden on the community and increase compliance. With the new guidance, quarantine can be reduced to 10 days following exposure to someone with COVID-19, or 7 days with a negative test collected on day 5 or later after exposure. This only applies if the individual does not develop COVID-19 symptoms during the quarantine period, or have contact with high-risk individuals. Quarantine can not end before 7 days for any reason. For 14 days after exposure, regardless of quarantine length, individuals should:
- Watch for symptoms of COVID-19.
- If they have symptoms, immediately self-isolate
- Wear a mask, stay at least 6 feet from others, wash your hands, avoid crowds,
- Avoid contact with high-risk individuals.