Health and Safety

We are committed now more than ever to providing our guests with a safe place to stay and play. Which is why, when the time is right for you to travel again, we want you to be aware of the steps we’ve taken to meet the new health and safety challenges and expectations presented by COVID-19.

We have developed a comprehensive health and cleanliness plan for our hotel, restaurant and bar which supplements the American Hotel & Lodging Association’s Safe Stay Guidelines and is based on recommendations and requirements of the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), World Health Organization (WHO), U.S. Department of Health (DOH), U.S. Department of Labor (DOL), U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), and other federal, state and local agencies, as well as information from the National Restaurant Association, our cleaning product suppliers and other partners, to minimize risk and enhance safety for our hotel guests and associates. 


Centering on the idea that Covid-19 vaccination is the “key” to safely enjoying New York City in full and supporting the local economy, effective August 17, 2021, the plan requires proof of at least one dose of a vaccination authorized by the US Food and Drug Administration or the World Health Organization for all individuals 12 and older for indoor dining spaces, indoor fitness facilities, and indoor entertainment and performing arts venues. Children under 12 who are not yet eligible for the vaccine are required to wear a mask and must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.

Proof of vaccination is not required for overnight hotel stays.

Frequently asked question are available in the Key to NYC FAQ.



Night Hotel Broadway has implemented enhanced cleaning and sanitization standards across the property, increasing the frequency with extra focus on high-touch areas. We have provided ample sanitizing stations located throughout the lobby and every guest floor. Our employees have been trained on progressive cleaning and sanitization guidelines as recommended by the CDC.



Night Hotel Broadway guests are to practice social distancing by standing at least six feet away from other groups. The layouts of our public spaces have been rearranged to ensure appropriate distancing. Elevator occupancy is limited to one party at a time. 



Night Hotel Broadway guests are required to wear face coverings while in hotel public spaces. A New York State mandate requires everyone to wear a face covering when outside their home if unable to maintain at least 6 feet of distance from others. A face covering is required at all times when riding public transportation, such as the subway, ferry, bus, taxis, and car services even if you can maintain distance from others. Face coverings can include bandanas, scarves, or face masks. All employees are required to wear a face mask at all times.  



Night Hotel Broadway employees must complete a health screening, which includes a temperature check using no-touch thermometers, before the start of each shift.  Anyone with a temperature above 100.4 degrees and/or who exhibits symptoms indicated in the health screening will be sent home. 



Night Hotel Broadway guest rooms are left vacant for 24 hours between guests stays, to the extent possible. Guest rooms are cleaned with the recommended cleaners and disinfectants in accordance with the guidelines provided by the CDC. The rooms are treated with an electrostatic sprayer to ensure that all soft surfaces are also sanitized. All reusable collateral, including newspapers and magazines, have been removed from the rooms. 



Night Hotel Broadway will offer housekeeping service without guests in the room. We have also implemented a contact-free maintenance policy for occupied guest rooms, asking guests to specify a time they will be out of their room so that we may perform any repairs.