GUEST INFORMATION

FIREPLACE

The timer is located on the side of the fireplace.  The fireplace will turn off automatically.

CAUTION: DO NOT USE THE YELLOW GAS VALVE TO SHUT OFF THE FIREPLACE.  USE ONLY THE THERMOSTAT FOR OPERATING

If the fireplace fails to ignite, call the Front Desk by dialing "0" between 8 am and 10 pm daily.  The pilot light will always remain on.  If the power goes off in the area, the gas fireplace will continue to heat the unit.

If for any reason the gas fireplace doe not work after 10 pm, the electric thermostat for the wall heater can still be used - unless the power goes out which often happens during the winter season when the strong winds and storms begin.

HIGH-SPEED WIRELESS

High-speed wireless internet is available in all rooms.  The WiFi Password can be found on your key envelope.  The network is GG Guest. 

HOUSEKEEPING SERVICE

Extra sets of towels are in the cupboard under the bathroom sink.  Please call the Front Desk by dialing "0" if you need additional towels, linens, blankets, or other services.

DECKS/BALCONIES

Sorry, no barbecuing regardless of your type of equipment and its safety.  Please use the designated barbecuing area located behind the pool.  Do not hang wet clothes or linens over the rail.

DRY HEAT SAUNA

Located in the lower lobby.  Please advise the Front Desk 20-30 minutes before you want to use the Sauna to ensure it will be warm.  Ask for the key at the Front Desk.

ICE MACHINE / VENDING / LAUNDRY / CLAM ROOM

Located on the 2nd floor on the south side of the building.  Your room key will open the door. Washer/Dryer machines are coin-operated. The Front Desk has laundry soap and dryer sheets available for sale.  A clam Cleaning sink is available, please do not clean clams in your room.  Clam shovels are available at the Front Desk on a first-come, first-serve basis.

BOARD GAMES  & BOOKS

Located in the lower lobby we board games and books to borrow.

SWIMMING POOL & HOT TUB

The Swimming Pool & Hot Tub hours are 10:00 am to 10:00 pm with seasonal pool closures (dates to be determined).  Swim at your own risk.  All children under the age of 14 must be accompanied by an adult.

HEAT & THERMOSTAT CONTROLS

Located on the wall in each room, in hallways on baseboard units, and in bathrooms by an infrared heat lamp.

OPERATION OF ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES

Disposal:  Be sure the water is running. The switch is on the wall.  Do not dispose of fat, paper, or clam cleanings in the disposal.

 

Stove & Oven: Operate as usual.  Do not operate a self-clean bar or switch. 

CHECKOUT

Checkout is at 12 pm (noon).  Late check-out requests are based on availability and are not guaranteed and must be confirmed by the Front Desk.

TELEPHONE

  • Emergency:  Dial 0 or 9 + 911

  • Front Desk:   Dail 0

  • Local Calls: Dial 9 + Number

  • Toll Free: Dial 9 + 1 + Number

  • Room to Room:  Dial Room Number

FIRE SAFETY

The hotel is protected by fire prevention devices and alarm systems.  Please make yourself aware of the emergency procedures listed here to further enhance your safety and security.  

YOUR BEST DEFENSE IS TO PLAN AHEAD

  • Locate the two nearest exits to your room.  Be sure they are unlocked and unblocked.  Then count the doors between your room and the exits so you'll have a reference point if it's smokey or dark.

  • When you hear an alarm, ACT don't simply investigate.

  • If the fire is in your room get out and close the door.  Alert your neighbors.  Once out of the building report the fire.

  • If the fire is in your room, leave if you can.  First, feel the door. If it's cool, open it slowly and go to the nearest exit.  Crawl if there is smoke.   Take your keys so you can go back if you can't use the emergency exits.

  • If your door is hot, don't open it.  Your room may be the safest place to be.   Seal all cracks with wet towels.  Shut off fans and air conditioners.  The signal from your window.  Call the fire department and wait to be rescued.

HOW TO ESCAPE A TSUNAMI

Please heed this valuable safety information, however, do not let it deter you from enjoying the beautiful coast.  Awareness of these potential hazards and knowing how to react to them could save your life.

  • Drop, cover, and hold during the earthquake

  • Move inland and uphill quickly, or use a local evacuation route

  • Wait for the official all-clear before returning to the beach.