Keeping You Safe While Visiting St. Pete/Clearwater

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See What Our Partners are Doing to Keep You Safe

The sun is shining, St. Pete/Clearwater's beautiful beaches are open, and our businesses are welcoming visitors again. You'll find that they're doing so thoughtfully with your safety and comfort in mind. 

Hotels & Resorts Going Above and Beyond

Lodging Safely

From new check-in procedures to super-thorough sanitation protocols, St. Pete/Clearwater's hotels and resorts are stepping up their game. 

Wyndham Grand

Wyndham Grand Clearwater Beach

This beautiful property located on one of the best stretches of beach in America is doing things right to keep guests and staff safe. Here's what you can expect: 


  • All staff members will take part in COVID-19 safety/sanitation protocol training, and they'll follow personal protective equipment (PPE) recommendations from the CDC.
  • Staff members will be busy cleaning and disinfecting public spaces at the resort multiple times per day, with special emphasis on high-touch/high-traffic areas such as elevator buttons/panels.
  • Yes, you can order a delicious meal from room service - but expect new, no-contact delivery.
  • You can still relax poolside, just with more space around you (six feet, to be exact, between groups of guests).
  • You'll find hand sanitizers at key guest and employee entrances and contact areas, including lobby and reception areas, pools, exercise areas, restaurant entrances and more. 
Grand Plans

Sirata St. Pete Beach

This coastal-casual resort is the perfect place to relax on the sand, play by the pool or enjoy watersports. Learn more about the steps Sirata is taking to provide a wonderful and safe vacation for you.


  • Each of Sirata's team members have completed COVID-19 prevention and preparedness training, and they've signed a pledge to adhere to the resort's guidelines.
  • Every Sirata associate on property will wear personal protective equipment (PPE).
  • Guest check-in has been modified to minimize contact, and you'll see protective glass shields in this area.
  • Expect delicious food and beverage offerings, along with contactless ordering and food delivery.
  • Beach loungers will be spaced out and cleaned between uses.
  • Pools will operate at 50% capacity and pool loungers will be sanitized after every guest use.
  • Guest rooms will have individual TV remote shields. At this time, to limit contact of guests and associates, daily housekeeping won't be provided. However, guests can request extra towels and bath amenities, as needed.
  • Eact guest room will be thoroughly cleaned and disinfected before new guests arrive. 
  • Hand sanitizer is available throughout the property for guests and Sirata associates.
Sirata Style
The Bilmar Hotel

Bilmar Beach Resort

Visitors love The Bilmar on Treasure Island for its white sand beachfront and friendly staff. Pair that with the resort's new safety protocols, and it's a winning combination for travel in the time of COVID-19. Here's what to expect: 


  • Lots of disinfecting - especially hard surfaces in public spaces, such as elevator buttons, door handles, stair banisters, pens and credit card processors. Add to that pool loungers, recreational equipment and room keys. 
  • Housekeeping will be limited to towel replacement and trash removal to reduce staff time in guests' rooms, but room amenities can be replenished upon your request.
  • Guest rooms will undergo deep cleaning between stays, including disinfection of all high-touch areas.
  • Behind the scenes at the Bilmar (known as the "heart of the house" in hotel employees' lingo), deep cleaning will be taking place as well, to reduce risk to team members and ultimately, to guests. 
Be My Bilmar
Tradewinds Island Resort

Tradewinds Island Resort

Tradewinds' two gorgeous beachfront resorts, the Tradewinds Island Grand and RumFish Beach Resort, have long been top choices for visitors to St. Pete/Clearwater. But now, there’s even more reason to choose them for your next stay - they’ve put together an incredibly thorough safety program. Here are the highlights: 


  • Upon arrival, all guests, employees and vendors are asked to take a simple screening questionnaire to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.
  • Tradewinds employees receive comprehensive training about safety and sanitation, with ongoing training each week.
  • Employees who interact with guests - such as food & beverage staff, bell staff, guest room attendants and activities staff - will be required to wear masks.
  • No housekeeping services will be offered for stays of three nights or less, though guests can request extra towels or new linens.
  • Both hotels have a cleaning regiment using CDC-recommended disinfectant products, with public spaces and high-touch areas sanitized frequently.
  • They’ve invested in electrostatic spraying technology which can sanitize large areas, such as rooms, fitness centers and lobbies.
  • TradeWinds has implemented “no-contact” check-in with no hand-to-hand exchanges. Guest keys are new each time, and plexi-shields separate guests from employees.
  • All linens and towels are washed at high temperatures.
  • Elevators are limited to four guests at a time.
  • Pool seating will spaced out, as will cabana seating at the beach.
  • The High Tide Slide will operate without recycled water.
  • Fitness centers will be sanitized at least three times a day, and will operate with capacity limits.
Tradewinds Is Tops

Attractions & Museums Adapt to Keep You Safe

Sightseeing (Check!)

Culture Cravings? Or just looking for some sheer fun? Local attractions and museums have got you covered. 

See Winter the Dolphin at the Clearwater Aquarium

Clearwater Marine Aquarium

Could there be anything more fun than hanging out with sea turtles, otters and sharks at CMA - and did we mention celebrity dolphins Winter and Hope? Here's waht you can expect when you visit, along with an unforgettable experience: 


  • You'll need advance reservations. Ticketing is now timed-entry to help CMA manage the number of guests.
  • Speaking of numbers - this just might be the best time to visit CMA because they are limiting attendance to 25% of normal capacity.
  • Touchless transactions (virtual high-five, CMA!).
  • Look for signs and floor decals that promote physical distancing of guests.
  • For your safety, all guest-facing staff members will wear masks - and they'll be undergoing daily temperature checks, too. 
  • Psst...this is where you do your part and wear a mask, too!
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