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Precautionary Measures

Dear guests,

The health situation is constantly changing, wherever you are.
Here, we have summarized all the measures that could potentially impact your stay.

For up-to-date information regarding your arrival in Switzerland, please refer to the website of the Federal Office of Public Health.

The information below reflects the local situation as of 17.12.2021.
The page will be kept up to date as and when changes are made.

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All Guarda Golf Hotel & Residences services operate as usual, and in accordance with the official protective measures.

Restaurant FIVE, Guarda Golf Lounge, Les Alpes Bar and Guarda Golf Spa are open.

Obligation to present a COVID certificate

For everyone’s comfort and safety within our establishment, only vaccinated or recovered persons (Swiss ‘2G’ rule) are allowed to enter Guarda Golf Hotel & Residences. Unvaccinated persons are not granted access.

Upon your arrival at the hotel, our front desk team will be asking you to present a valid Covid certificate and a matching official piece of identification (valid for 16 years old and above). Mask wearing is also compulsory within all public areas and in our restaurant and spa (when not seated).

COVID Certificate

Only digital certificates (i.e., with a compatible QR code on paper or in an app) issued by EU/EFTA countries and some other specific countries can be used and checked in Switzerland, as they are the only ones issued in accordance with the requirements of the EU Digital COVID Certificate (EU DCC). If you’re not in possession of a valid certificate, you can obtain your certificate from this form if you have been vaccinated or have recovered from Covid-19 subject to specific criteria (please visit this page for exact requirements). This process needs to be done for each adult separately and can take a few days to be processed.

Respective sanitary measures in the hotel

The above information is provided for informational purposes only and is subject to change at any time.

We recommend visiting the links provided for the most up-to-date information.

In Switzerland…

The situation and therefore restrictions in Switzerland can vary from canton to canton.
Here are the main rules of which you need to be aware.

Masks obligatory

Masks must be worn at all times, indoors,
outdoors while in a crowded area and on public transport.

Masks obligatory

A distance of 1.5 metres with other people
must be adhered to at all times.

Masks obligatory

Many establishments are obliged to
take your contact details for tracing purposes.