The health and well-being of our residents, guests, team members and all who visit our properties is AKA’s highest priority. We are closely monitoring the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and World Health Organization’s statements regarding the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), and following guidelines from these agencies, as well as federal, state and local health departments. Providing safe and clean environments for our residents and team members remains a top priority. We maintain the highest standards of cleanliness in all areas of our properties and have taken additional measures to ensure our procedures are even more rigorous.
We remain committed to offering you flexible booking options and have made additional adjustments to our booking policies to provide you with peace of mind.
Up to Date Travel Policies
For future reservations, please refer to the new flexible cancellation policies offered by each AKA location when you search availability within our reservations system.
Third Party Reservations
For bookings made via online travel agents or other third parties, please contact your booking provider for information on their policies and for assistance.
AKA’s Commitment to Cleanliness and Hygiene
On a daily basis, AKA’s Management Team works to ensure that each AKA location adheres to the most current CDC guidelines.
Please find the specific measures that have been implemented as part of our standard cleaning process here.
From preferential rates for our heroic medical community to immediate move-ins available for those in need of temporary housing, our properties remain open and flexible with weekly, monthly, or quarterly stays.
Find more information here.
Let us help stimulate your mind, entertain your spirit, and ensure you never have to put your life on hold when away from home. Discover a selection of virtual cultural activities you can enjoy from the comfort of your suite.
Find more information, here.
For the most updated information, please refer to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) or your local health authority.
Updated April 13, 2020. Subject to Change.