True Key Hotels & Resorts supporting local essential service heroes during COVID-19

Resorts in Parksville, Sooke and Radium provide a safe haven for those unable to return home

Submitted by True Key Hotels & Resorts

As the Government of British Columbia has deemed hotels and resorts essential services, True Key Hotels & Resorts have kept four of their resorts open and have introduced special rates to support the local essential service heroes in Parksville, Sooke and Radium Hot Springs. The resorts all provide a fully-contained, safe, calm and comfortable space for those who are unable to return home due to their potential exposure to the virus, further preventing the risk of community spread of COVID-19.

During these unprecedented times, to support the community, True Key is offering deeply discounted rates upwards of 60 per cent off retail through the end of April. Each fully-furnished suite has a private external entrance and corridors to remove the risk of interaction with other guests. The suites come with fully-equipped kitchens and living space, independent central air and heating, fast and reliable wifi, in-suite washer and dryer and an open balcony for fresh air and sunshine.

“If you or a loved one are on the frontlines, combatting the effects of COVID-19 and you’re being displaced due to the impact of the virus or the safety of your family, we applaud you and invite you to stay with us,” said Michael Anderson, President of True Key Hotels & Resorts. “We realize these are unprecedented times and we want to help everyone remain safe, healthy and comfortable … True Key is committed to safety … With our external entrances to condo-style suites, our units are ideal for self-isolation. We have also implemented a number of initiatives including an intensive disinfecting schedule and remote check-in and check-out; and our public gathering spaces are closed to further promote physical distancing.”

True Key Hotels & Resorts is committed to supporting B.C.’s essential services workers as they support Canadians through the COVID-19 pandemic.

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