Good Hotel COVID-19 Health and Safety guidelines and practices

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Good Hotel has been busy adapting its operations to ensure that all our guests can enjoy a safe and relaxing stay by prioritizing: revised high standards of cleanliness throughout the properties, high levels of awareness across our teams, giving guests access to sanitation products for peace of mind, and maintaining practical social distancing measures in our shared spaces. Guests are encouraged to take note of new signage around our hotels to support safety, and to ask the Good team if they require any additional assistance. The health and well-being of our guests is our first priority, and we are doing all we can to implement protocol to take this responsibility seriously.

We are delighted to report that both Good Hotel London and Good Hotel Antigua are now re-opened following temporary closures. However, please note that Good Hotel London’s full food and drink offering will not re-start until further notice. For further details, please contact a member of the London team.

We are very much looking forward to welcoming guests back to our Good Hotels. Please regularly check back on our website, get in touch with the hotel directly, or follow us on social media for the latest updates and opening dates/times.

When you are able to visit us again, you can do this feeling assured that we have all the precautions in place to minimize the spread of COVID-19 and keep you and your loved ones safe. This is a team effort - guests are also politely asked to take self-protective measures and adhere to the COVID-19 relevant ‘house-rules’ to minimize any exposure to the virus. We’re in this together.

Please now see below for the key measures that have been implemented to ensure exceptional care and safety for you, your family, friends and colleagues throughout your stay.

Key Measures and FAQ - Good Hotel

Key Measures and FAQ - Good Hotel London

Key Measures and FAQ - Good Hotel Antigua - English

Key Measures and FAQ - Good Hotel Antigua - Spanish

We have missed you and we look forward to welcoming you soon!

Good Hotel

Latest News - London (update 23/04/20)


Until government guidelines are reviewed on 17th May 2021, all UK hotels may continue to open only for legally permitted reasons. Following latest government restrictions for London, Good Hotel London will remain an option for travelers who:

  • are unable to return to their main residence
  • need accommodation while moving house
  • need accommodation to attend a funeral or related commemorative event
  • require accommodation for work purposes or to provide voluntary services
  • are a child requiring accommodation for school or care
  • are homeless, seeking asylum or a vulnerable person seeking refuge
  • are an elite athlete or their support staff or parent, if the athlete is under 18 and it is necessary to be outside of the home for training or competition


In addition to these guidelines, Good Hotel London rooftop bar and terrace will re-open to guests and to the general public from Friday 30th April and will remain open every weekend (Friday, Saturday and Sunday) 2pm - 9pm throughout Spring and Summer. Please note, openings are subject to weather conditions. To avoid disappointment, contact the hotel ahead of your visit: [email protected]


Please contact the hotel should you have a booking and wish to cancel or postpone if you do not fall under one of the above recommendations: [email protected]


Earlier this year, the U.K. government published the ‘COVID-19 Response - Spring 2021’, setting out the roadmap out of the current lockdown for England. This included 4 key stages.

The next relaxation of lockdown restrictions is Stage three - due no earlier than 17 May - when it's hoped:

  • People can meet in groups of up to 30 outdoors
  • Six people or two households can meet indoors
  • Domestic overnight stays allowed with people not in your household or bubble
  • Pubs, restaurants and other hospitality venues can seat customers indoors
  • Up to 30 people can attend weddings or other life events, like christenings
  • Remaining outdoor entertainment, such as outdoor theatres and cinemas can open
  • Indoor entertainment such as museums, theatres, cinemas and children's play areas can open
  • Performances and large events can restart, but with limits on audience numbers
  • Hotels, hostels and B&Bs can reopen
  • International leisure travel may resume
  • Adult indoor group sports and exercise classes can restart

Stage four (no earlier than 21 June):

  • It's hoped all legal limits on social contact will be removed
  • No legal limits on the number of people who can attend weddings, funerals and other life events
  • Nightclubs will be allowed to reopen

What are the four tests for easing restrictions?

  • The coronavirus vaccine programme continues to go to plan
  • Vaccines are sufficiently reducing the number of people dying or needing hospital treatment
  • Infection rates do not risk a surge in hospital admissions
  • New coronavirus variants do not fundamentally change the risk of lifting restrictions

Read the government's roadmap.

Current rules include:

  • Six people or two households can meet outside - including in private gardens
  • No mixing indoors with people not in your household or bubble
  • All shops, hairdressers, beauty salons and other close-contact services open
  • Restaurants and pubs can serve food and alcohol outdoors
  • Zoos and theme parks open
  • Indoor children's activities, libraries and community centres open
  • Indoor sports facilities including gyms and swimming pools open for individual exercise
  • Holidays in England in self-contained accommodation by members of the same household allowed
  • Non-essential journeys between England and Wales allowed
  • Weddings - up to 15 people
  • Funerals - up to 30 people, with 15 at wakes
  • Two care home visitors allowed per resident


  • If you are an international traveller, please find the latest government guidelines for entering the U.K. here
  • For a full list of U.K. (COVID-19) Coronavirus restrictions: what you can and cannot do see here