SAN DIEGO–Singing Hills Golf Resort at Sycuan is working with Sharp Grossmont Hospital to offer a nightly $25 Heroes Rate for healthcare workers.
The golf course initially closed March 23 amid coronavirus concerns, but a special block of 24 hotel rooms was reopened April 5 to allow Sharp Grossmont Hospital employees to begin booking stays.
“We were hearing stories about medical professionals sleeping in their cars or out in tents to avoid contact with their families to prevent the spread of the coronavirus,” said Christopher Wood, general manager at Singing Hills Golf Resort at Sycuan. “Since our hotel wasn’t currently being used, we thought it would be a great opportunity to work with a nearby hospital to provide healthcare workers with a place to rest in between their shifts. We are honored to partner with Sharp Grossmont Hospital to give these heroes working tirelessly on the frontlines another option.”
Singing Hills is currently taking reservations through the end of April and offering up to a 12-night stay. Healthcare workers can directly access their rooms from a secure parking lot, without having to go through any elevators or lobby areas. To continue to implement social distancing, regular guest services including food and beverage services and housekeeping services are not currently available, but a limited number of Singing Hills staff is on-site to assist with any guest needs.
For more information about Singing Hills Golf Resort at Sycuan, visit www.singinghillsgolfresort.com.