This article discusses measures produced for guests at various US extended-stay hotel brands, including complimentary silk face masks at check in, and doors sealed with strips of paper saying the cleaning passed their inspections adhering to CDC guidelines. Some staff are said to spend four days cleaning each fully furnished unit, with guests typically staying between two weeks and three months.

Recent hotel industry data shows that 2,069 of the nation’s 57,528 hotels are shut because of the crisis, although more than 3,000 that had been closed have since reopened, albeit at a limited capacity.

Challenges include confusing information about food and beverage regulations, lenders ratcheting up credit standards, and getting deals done ahead of a sector rebound.

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