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Oxford Collection of Hotels Announces ConfidentStay Program

July 28th, 2020

Oxford Collection

BendOre. – The family-owned, Bend, Oregon-based hotelier, the Oxford Collection of hotels, has introduced their new ConfidentStay program at each of their sixteen properties across the brand. The program was designed to highlight the initiatives the Oxford Collection has committed to and provide a concise list of the active step's they are taking to safeguard the health and well-being of each guest. 
“The health and safety of our guests and employees have always been our highest priorities and we're grateful for the opportunity to provide travelers with some assurance during this time, shared Curt BaneyCEO and Owner of the Oxford Collection. This robust program has already been implemented into operations and training at all of our properties and we are excited to share it now with the public and with our colleagues in hospitalityOur goal is to ensure that every guest that checks in feels confident in the cleanliness of their surroundings and is able to have a worry-free stay.” 
Each of the Oxford Collection properties, including the fifteen Oxford Suites locations and the award-winning Oxford Hotel Bend, is a participant of the American Hotel & Lodging Association’s Safe Stay program and haintroduced additional measures that go above and beyond the recommendations outlined by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)Additionally, all six Oxford Suites locations in California have achieved their Clean Safe certification status from the California Hotel & Lodging Association (CHLA) 
“We are working closely with our staff to provide extra training and ensure best practices are being followed for the protection of our guests and team members,” said Baney. Our employees have shown incredible commitment through these trying times and it is exemplified in their dedication to each other and the adoption of these practices.” 
If you’re interested in learning more, you can visit their website at or watch this short video: 
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