STATELINE – Tourism in Nevada is starting its comeback. Edgewood Tahoe Resort this week opened its golf course and bistro as part of Gov. Steve Sisolak’s phase one of the Roadmap to Recovery for Nevada. The resort plans to reopen its salon and lodge May 15 with social distancing guidelines and additional sanitizing procedures.
Gov. Sisolak’s plan allows for food establishments to resume on-premises dining at 50 percent capacity and with social distancing measures in place. It also suggests restaurants require reservations. The plan also provides similar direction for salons.
“Knowing that the safety of our visitors and team are of the most importance, we will be adding additional protocols for sanitation and safety so that everyone making use of our facilities will be safe while enjoying our top-tier golf course, Bistro, salon and lodge,” said Corinna Osborne General Manager at Edgewood Tahoe Resort.
Guests checking in to any of The Lodge at Edgewood Tahoe’s 154 guest rooms or suites will receive a complimentary amenity bag containing a face mask and hand sanitizer to use throughout their stay.
For more information, please visit edgewoodtahoe.com.