COVID-19 Policies & Travel Restrictions

Our Policies

We are always committed to providing a fun and safe experience for all our guests. We are strictly adhering to CDC Guidelines and CDC recommended cleaning products and procedures. 

In an effort to decrease the transmission of COVID-19, Sugarloaf Inn has increased its frequency of sanitizing high touch items in public spaces, guest rooms are cleaned and sanitized between guests and hand sanitizer stations are set up throughout the building.

We have also increased training with staff on hygiene practices, use of PPE and monitoring personal health as related to COVID-19 symptoms.

Guests and Staff are asked to wear masks when distancing is not possible. 

Employees will have their temperature taken and sign in stating that they do not exhibit any symptoms at each shift.

To decrease the risk of exposure we are limiting in-room housekeeping services during your stay. Please notify the front desk if you wish to have your room serviced or display the door hanger showing the side that says Please Service My Room.  We are happy to provide you with additional towels or toiletries if you choose no service.

For the most up-to-date information, please refer to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) or your local health authority.

The wellbeing of our guests and teammates is of paramount importance to us. Please stay tuned for any additional updates about our establishments and our operations as this situation continues to evolve.

Maine Covid-19 Travel Restrictions

Guests who are not residents of Maine, New Hampshire, & Vermont visiting Maine will be asked to sign a Certificate of Compliance indicating that they have received a negative COVID-19 test result, that they will quarantine in Maine for 14 days, or that they have already completed their quarantine in Maine. This compliance form must be completed to check-in.

We will continue to monitor the needs of the community and our teammates going forward.

Please check back here for continued updates and information.

THANK YOU, STAY SAFE