Coronavirus Resources

Reopening Protocol for Hotels, Lodging and Short-Term Rentals: Appendix P

Effective as of Friday, June 12, 2020

The County of Los Angeles Department of Public Health is adopting a staged approach, supported by science and public health expertise, to allow certain businesses to reopen. The requirements below are specific to hotels, lodging, and short-term industries now approved to reopen.

Hotel and lodging operations with large meeting venues, banquet halls, or convention centers, if applicable, must keep these areas closed until each of these types of establishments are allowed by the Health Officer order to resume modified or full operation.

Spa services, including massage, facials, waxing, nail salons, steam rooms, saunas and hot tubs, along with playgrounds are to remain closed until allowed by the Health Officer Order to resume modified or full operation. Property managers, timeshare operators, and other rental unit owners and operators are only allowed to rent unoccupied units and cannot rent rooms or spaces within an occupied residence until otherwise notified. A
residence or unit that is rented while the operator is not physically present or has a separate exterior entrance and exit that does not require the use of shared facilities, and is otherwise unoccupied, should be considered an unoccupied unit.

Read the full Public Health Order