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While The Everett Hotel & Bistro take all responsible steps to ensure the accuracy of all information contained in its brochures, leaflets, website and advertisements, we reserve the right to alter, substitute or withdraw any service of facility without notice if necessary. The Hotel & Bistro shall not be bound by any descriptions, prices or other information set out in such advertising or literature, except that nothing in this clause shall affect the Hotel & Bistro’s liability for fraudulent misrepresentations.
Disruptive and/or inconsiderate behavior will not be tolerated. Offensive or illegal behavior could lead to your eviction and police involvement. You must show consideration for our fellow guests. We reserve the right to ask guests persisting in this type of conduct to leave the hotel immediately. In such instances, no allowance will be made for early departure and the full cost of your pre-booked accommodation will be charged. We reserve the right to recover from you any compensation we may pay to other guests as a result of your actions and we reserve the right to refuse any future bookings from you or a member of your party.
All children under 13 must be under the constant care and supervision of adults during their stay in the hotel. The legal guardians of children are responsible for the behavior of the children, including any damage and injury they have made. If the legal guardian isn’t present during the stay, then the primary guest at check-in will be responsible.
Our open fireplace located on the third floor terrace level is for ambiance purposes only. Guests are required to maintain a safe distance from the fireplace and to NEVER SIT on the edges of the fireplace. Adults are required to supervise their children and use caution around the flames. Never place any objects in the actual fireplace. And cooking of any food over the flames is strictly prohibited. If there is a problem with the fireplace not starting contact the concierge at (828) 488-1976. DO NOT ATTEMPT TO FIX THE FIREPLACE.
The Everett Hotel has surveillance in the public areas of the hotel & parking lot. This activity is carried out for the security for customers and staff.
The hotel will not be liable under this contract for loss or damage to any property belonging to you or your guests while such items are in the hotel. It is your responsibility to arrange suitable security and to ensure that insurance coverage is in place for all items belonging to you or your guests while such items are in the hotel. Each time, when leaving the room, the guest should check if the door is locked and make sure it is closed.
Transfer of your reservation
Hotel reservations are non-transferable.
If you or any members of your group cause damage or loss of any kind to the hotel, other guests or their property, you (as the person making the booking - Primary Guest) will be responsible for that damage or loss and you shall be liable to pay to The Everett Hotel & Bistro on demand the amount required to make good or remedy such damage or loss. If you or your group cause damage to the hotel, other guests or their property, or otherwise breach any of these terms and conditions the Everett reserves the right to:
• Cancel your reservation with immediate effect and (if appropriate) eject you from our premises.
• Retain all sums paid by you and/or charge you the full amount of your reservations; and/or
• Refuse future reservations for you.
The Everett Hotel & Bistro will not be liable for any refund or compensation in such circumstances.
Dangerous or Hazardous Materials
Guests must not bring any potentially dangerous or hazardous materials. Use of candles in a guest room is strictly prohibited.
We will not tolerate drugs or illegal activities.
Should a guest be assessed a penalty fee for violation of hotel policy(s), the Hotel accepts no responsibilities of informing the client should the above charges get applied.
The Everett Hotel reserves the right to change/amend the policies of the Terms of Agreement. The Hotel accepts the responsibility of informing guests of changes and providing guests with new policies prior to or upon their arrival.