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Posted September 3, 2020

Commonwealth of Massachusetts New Travel Order,

All visitors and returning residents entering Massachusetts must follow new travel orders. The Commonwealth has made great progress to slow the spread of COVID-19 and gradually re-open the economy, and all visitors have a responsibility to help us keep transmission levels as low as possible. Failure to comply may result in a $500 fine per day.

Guests are encouraged quarantine for fourteen days after arrival or until they receive a negative COVID test result, unless they meet certain limited exceptions.

Travelers must submit the online form unless they are coming from a COVID lower-risk state.
Lower-risk states are: Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Maine, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Vermont, West Virginia.
For more information, please click here.



Posted August 6, 2020

Effective Friday, August 7th, 2020 anyone entering the state of Massachusetts from Rhode Island must now comply with the mandated travel order by either (a) self-quarantine for 14 days or (b) produce upon request proof of a negative test result for COVID-19 from a test taken no longer than 72 hours before arrival in Massachusetts. This includes Massachusetts residents that have left state borders.


Posted July 28, 2020

Commonwealth of Massachusetts New Travel Order,

Effective August 1, 2020, all visitors and returning residents entering Massachusetts must follow new travel orders. The Commonwealth has made great progress to slow the spread of COVID-19 and gradually re-open the economy, and all visitors have a responsibility to help us keep transmission levels as low as possible. Failure to comply may result in a $500 fine per day.

Guests are encouraged quarantine for fourteen days after arrival or until they receive a negative COVID test result, unless they meet certain limited exceptions.

Travelers must submit the online form unless they are coming from a COVID lower-risk state.

For more information, please click here.


Posted June 6, 2020

Dear Ocean Edge Family,
 
I hope this message finds you and your loved ones well and in good health. After thorough and extensive preparation, we are thrilled to be reopening our doors to you on Monday, June 8, 2020. While this summer will look different than any before, we’re confident a summer made of memories that will last a lifetime is still ahead of us.

To provide you with the best service this summer, and while keeping cleanliness and social distancing in mind, we have developed our new Health and Safety Protocols including the options for no housekeeping, grocery delivery service, and more. These protocols take effect immediately.

In accordance with state guidelines, the opening dates of our various amenities will be staggered throughout the coming weeks.

Bay Pines Beach

Access to our private beach will be offered to guests staying at The Mansion at Ocean Edge. Social distancing will be practiced, and masks are expected to be worn except when seated with your group and while swimming. Shuttle service throughout the resort and to Crosby Landing Beach is expected to commence in early July.

The Beach Bar

The Beach Bar will be open for food and beverage service from 11:00 a.m. daily (noon on Sundays) to sundown beginning June 12. To allow for social distancing, we anticipate adding additional seating and tables on our private beach subject to local approval.

Restaurants

Ocean Terrace, Bayzo’s Pub and Linx Tavern will be open for your enjoyment this summer. In accordance with state guidelines, outdoor dining will be available at Ocean Terrace starting June 8 and at Linx Tavern starting June 19. Bayzo’s Pub is scheduled to open in late June subject to state and local guidance for indoor dining. One-use, disposable menus and digital menus will be provided for your safety. An added service includes Coffee Grab-n-Go Carts, which will be stationed at Ocean Terrace and Linx Tavern; both will be serving hot and iced coffee, bottled waters and juices, muffins, Danish pastries, and more. For the most up to date information about restaurant openings and hours, please check here. You may also book a private dining experience with your own room and balcony on the second floor of The Mansion with picturesque views of Cape Cod Bay.
 
Golf
 
Our Nicklaus Design golf course will be open to resort guests and club members. Golf carts are available, but are not required, and will be cleaned between each use. Contact-less, drive-up check-in will also be in effect for your convenience. To book a tee time, please call (774) 323-6200.
 
Pools
 
Bay Pines outdoor pool will be open daily starting June 8.  Arbor Pool is scheduled to open on June 19, and The Shark Bah will open soon thereafter. All other pools will open once the state allows. Masks will be required except when you are on lounge chairs and while swimming.

Activities & Private Experiences
 
This summer, were also introducing America's fastest growing sport, pickleball! Six new pickleball courts will be available for you to enjoy beginning in late June. Also new this summer, we are offering worry-free, private family activity experiences for your safety – from Oyster Tours to beach yoga. To learn more about these experiences and how to book them, please click here.

Beach House Spa
 
The Beach House Spa will open in late June. As that date gets closer, we will update you on when you can come relax, revive and replenish once again.
 
While we navigate our new normal, please know that the health of you and yours is of upmost importance to us and we will be taking all precautions to ensure you enjoy a safe and memorable summer.
 
On that note, I would like to thank you for your continued loyalty throughout the years. On behalf of my entire team, please know that we sincerely look forward to welcoming you back to the Resort. Until then, please stay safe and be well.
 
Sincerely,
 
Robert J. Newman
General Manager
Ocean Edge Resort & Golf Club


Posted April 20, 2020

        Updated May 20, 2020, to reflect new open date of June 8, 2020.

Dear Valued Guest,

I hope this message finds you and your loved ones in good health. You may recall my last communication in March indicating the time period during which the property would remain closed. At that time, I promised to notify you of our planned reopening, and update you on the steps that we would take in preparation for serving you in this new environment.
 
We are currently scheduled to restart Resort operations on June 8, 2020. It goes without saying that we will continue to monitor and follow Federal, State and Local regulations. As the situation surrounding COVID19 evolves, we are also following guidance from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.  We will of course revise our schedule based on the direction of those authorities and revise our operations plan accordingly if required. We will gradually start reopening our amenities and outlets throughout the property. Our website will be the best source for schedule updates and hours of operation.
 
The safety of our property guests, club members and team members has always been, and remains, our highest priority. Rest assured our team is excited to welcome you back. We have spent countless hours discussing and implementing plans so that we are prepared to serve you in a safe, sterile and efficient manner. I would like to highlight just a few of these steps.
 

  • Reduced capacities will be implemented at all Resort amenities to include our many pools, private beach, workout facilities, shuttles, etc.
  • Social distancing practices will be observed at all resort restaurants and bars. This will require limiting seating capacity at all outlets with tables that are separated by at least 6’ and limited bar seating.
  • Enhanced room service offerings and takeout options will be available for those that do not wish to dine within our outlets even with a limited capacity.
  • Disposable menus will be implemented in our restaurants. Furthermore, a scannable QR code will be provided tableside for guests that prefer to use their personal phone to review our menus.
  • Automatic hand sanitization dispensers have been installed in high traffic areas for guests and employees. This includes Registration desks, entrances to all restaurants and meeting space.
  • New social distancing practices will be implemented during the Resort check in and checkout process limiting the number of guests and time needed to be spent within the registration area.
  • Thorough guestroom sanitization plans, over and above our current superior standards, will be implemented on the Mansion and Villages sides of the Resort.
  • Upon request, we will refrain from providing daily housekeeping service and restrict any team member from accessing your guestroom.
  • Book new reservations with confidence – should your new reservation fall between May 15 and June 25, your reservation can be cancelled up to 24 hours prior to arrival at no penalty regardless of your room type.  For this summer, we have also relaxed our guestroom cancellation policy for any new reservations for our Presidential Bay Collection Villas from 45 days prior to arrival to allow guests to cancel up to 21 days at no penalty. Our Mansion Wing guestrooms cancellation policy was also reduced from 30 days to 15 days prior to arrival for any new reservations.
  • Enhanced schedule of servicing, sanitization and cleaning of all Resort public areas to include common touch points such as door frames, doorknobs, handles, rails, phones, remote controls, and elevators just to name a few.

 
I would like to thank you for your continued loyalty throughout the years. On behalf of my entire team, please know that we sincerely look forward to welcoming you back to the Resort. Until then, please stay safe and be well.

Warmest regards,
Robert J. Newman
General Manager

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Posted March 20, 2020

Dear Valued Guest,

The safety of our guests, club members and team members has always been, and remains, our highest priority. To that end, we are delaying our 2020 re-opening until mid-May 2020. As for the Golf course, in accordance with the current direction from the Governor’s office, our Nicklaus Design golf course remains closed at this time. 

As the situation surrounding Coronavirus evolves, we are following guidance from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the World Health Organization. Our standard operation follows a strict regimen for the cleaning and sanitization of our Resort including all rooms and public spaces. We have implemented many new procedures throughout our Resort and Club for the safety and comfort of our guests, club members and team members. Finally, we are working with local authorities to ensure we have the latest information about screening, prevention and containment protocols so that we may be best prepared to serve you. 

We will notify you within the coming weeks of our reopening date. Please note at this time, there are no travel warnings issued for Massachusetts related to COVID-19. Many tourism and economic activities are operating under normal circumstances. Airports and motorways are open and operational, as are many public spaces and attractions near the Resort. 

As the situation is ever-changing, travelers should continue to monitor the Centers for Disease Control and the World Health Organization’s websites for the latest updates. We are diligently working to ensure that our team is addressing any concerns that you may have regarding your future stay, and I invite you to reach out with any further questions to stay@oceanedge.com.

We thank you for your continued loyalty and look forward to welcoming you back to Cape Cod and Ocean Edge Resort & Golf Club soon. 


Best Regards,
Robert J. Newman
General Manager

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