As healthcare professionals continue to risk their lives on the front lines, hotels are reopening their doors to offer free rooms.
Due to health and safety concerns, many restaurants shut down room service and closed their restaurants. So, a few hotels in New York are partnering with ATLIST Travel, a hospitality tech company working with businesses to deliver care packages to participating hotels.
Hotels that are joining in on ATLIST’s initiative are Room Mate Grace in Manhattan and Wythe Hotel in Brooklyn. The hotels are providing refreshments and personal care items to their guests.
The care package delivery is completely contactless with a grab-and-go station in their lobbies, perfect for healthcare workers going to or from the hospital. Because hotels can’t provide room service, these care packages are a quick and easy way to feed their guests.
Partnering brands include CORE Foods, 88 Acres, S.W. Basics, KEHO Foods, SEED Phytonutrients, Coco Floss, and Love Corn. Their donated products for the care packages include breakfast bars, protein snacks, hand salve, lip balm, and toiletry kits.
“Giving back — both at home in New York and while traveling — has always been one of our core values,” says ATLIST Travel. “We at ATLIST are pleased to participate in this initiative by coordinating the delivery of weekly care packages to hotels in the New York area.”
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ATLIST Travel is also asking their Instagram followers to help write personalized notes on each care package. To participate, tag a photo of NY and a short message with #HospitalityForHope.
If you’re a small business and you’re interested in donating products to the care packages, contact ATLIST Travel here.