Travel Information: COVID 19 Update

Updated: February 23, 2021


We hope wherever you are in the world – whether at home with loved ones or on the front lines fighting this pandemic – that you are staying healthy and safe. In an effort to slow the spread of the COVID 19 virus and for the safety of our staff and guests, we have implemented additional processes to help protect the safety of guests and team members, and certain services and amenities may be unavailable. We thank everyone for their continued support as we navigate through this difficult and evolving situation. Please remember, the health and well-being of our guests, team members and all who visit our property is the Nautilus Inn’s highest priority.

We will make every effort to continue to meet all guest check-in times. We ask for your patience during peak periods for any minor delays as we will not compromise our standards to assure your protection and satisfaction.


What Measures Are We Taking to Keep You Safe?

We are living in a new age, with COVID-19 front and center for our guests and our associates. We are grateful for the trust our guests have shown us through the years. We want our guests to understand what we are doing today and planning for in the near future in the areas of cleanliness, hygiene and social distancing so that when they walk through our front door, they know our commitment to their health and safety is our priority. The Nautilus Inn has enhanced its cleaning and sanitization procedures to comply with CDC recommended guidelines. Learn more about our new COVID-19 sanitization practices and procedures here.



On Arrival:
Please consider social distancing when approaching the front desk. Additionally, consider using hand sanitizer prior to checking in.

Elevators: Due to an abundance of caution, we ask to for only one party/family per elevator car. If you find the elevator occupied, please wait for the next available car. We appreciate your understanding of this policy change for the safety of our guests and staff.

Housekeeping: Due to an abundance of caution, our daily housekeeping services have been suspended. We appreciate your understanding of this policy change for the safety of our guests and staff. Please call the Front Desk if you have a need for linen exchange, trash pick-up, etc. We're here to take care of you and provide the best vacation experience possible at this time.

Breakfast: Due to an abundance of caution, the Sand Dollar Room will be closed to guests of the Nautilus Inn. Coffee has been provided for preparation in your room. If you need additional supplies, please call the Front Desk and we will deliver to your room.

Cocktail Hour: Due to an abundance of caution, our complimentary cocktail hour has been suspended. We appreciate your understanding of this policy change.

Accessing Lobby & Guest Rooms via Pool Deck Door: Due to an abundance of caution and protection of our guests, your guest room key card will be required to for entry through the poolside doors. We appreciate your understanding of this policy change for the safety of our guests and staff. The front doors of the Nautilus Inn will be open if you forget your card.

Lobby Rest Room: Due to an abundance of caution and protection of our guests, the rest rooms located in the lobby will be closed to the public. We ask guests to consider returning to their room for rest room use.

Pool Deck: Pool furniture should be used with social distancing standards. Please return pool furniture to it's original location after use. Please wipe down your chairs after use with disinfectant spray and towels provided on the pool deck.


Guest Services Contact Information

We want you to feel safe and know that someone is always ready to listen to you when you stay at the Nautilus Inn. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact our Guest Services below:

Call: (386) 254-8600 for Guest Services or dial "0" from your guest room telephone.

Email: Click Here


Volusia County/Daytona Beach COVID19 Coronavirus Update


Please check back frequently as things continue to change. We continue to monitor developments in regard to COVID-19 and our communities are following government and health guidelines. Everyone plays a part in lowering the impact within our communities and workplaceshow to protect yourself and others.

Public Health Advisory - updated June 22, 2020

The Florida Department of Health (DOH) issued an additional Public Health Advisory in response to COVID-19, providing recommendations to protect Floridians and visitors from this virus. All individuals in Florida should wear masks in any setting where social distancing is not possible.

Florida's "Safe. Smart. Step-By-Step."
Executive Order 20-139 implementing Phase 2 of the plan went into effect June 5, 2020. 

Face Coverings
Effective June 28, 2020,The City of Daytona Beach requires everyone to wear a face covering in any indoor location, other than their home or residence, when maintaining appropriate social distancing is not possible.

Restaurants and Entertainment Businesses
Restaurants may operate at 50% of indoor seating capacity, full outdoor seating. Social distancing guidelines must be followed. Many area restaurants also offer take-out, with curbside and/or delivery service, too. Check directly with your favorite restaurant for detail 

Entertainment businesses, including but not limited to movie theaters, concert houses, auditoriums, playhouses, bowling alleys, and arcades, may operate at 50% capacity. Social distancing guidelines must be followed. Check directly with the specific venue for details.

Effective June 26, 2020, the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation suspended on-premises consumption of alcohol at bars statewide.

Volusia County beaches are open to all normal beach activities. All in-season beach access ramps are open for cars to park on the beach (Park at a Post - 25 feet apart) as beach conditions and tides allow,. Volusia County has distancing guidelines on the beach: groups of 6 people or less, and groups must be at least 10 feet from other groups. Everyone's cooperation is needed to help keep our beaches safe and open. Coastal parks and parking lots are open (some amenities remain closed). More information about Volusia County beaches is available at 

Volusia County/Local Information
For local county information, go to For health-related questions call the Florida Department of Health Call Center at (866) 779-6121 (available 24/7).


Link to County Website for Latest Info


Have a question for our team? Contact us! At the Nautilus Inn, we're happy to help in any way we can!

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