We're certified as "Clean and Safe" by the Massachusetts Lodging Association. 100% of our staff are fully vaccinated against COVID
The City of Boston lifted its mask mandate on March 5, 2022. The decision was made based on key COVID-19 metrics, which showed continued improvement in the prevalence and severity of the COVID-19 pandemic in Boston.
Residents and visitors to Boston are no longer be required by the City to wear a face covering in indoor public spaces, such as gyms, bars and restaurants, museums, and entertainment venues. Individual operators may still choose to require masking. Public transportation, health care settings, and congregant care settings may be subject to state and federal mask orders if announced at any time, or according to their own business policies.
COVID Sanitization and Safety Protocols at Oasis Guest House
Sneeze guard has been installed at the reception desk
Hand sanitizer available in the lobby area – contactless dispenser
Guest rooms are cleaned and sanitized using enhanced cleaning standards and best practices as outlined by the CDC, Massachusetts Lodging Association and City of Boston
Common areas, including all handles, hard surfaces, hallways, etc are cleaned and sanitized daily
Housekeepers will not enter guest rooms during guest stays of 2 days or less; guests may request fresh towels or items from front desk staff during front desk hours; for longer stays, housekeeping will be scheduled with guests
All reservations must be 100% prepaid (contactless payment)
All guests must follow CDC and Commonwealth of Massachusetts guidelines for safety from COVID
Other mandatory standards and operational procedures have been implemented in compliance with guidelines and orders from the CDC and Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
To see full details of the Massachusetts Travel Advisory, regulations and policies, please click here
Thank you, and stay healthy!