Since the end of 2019, COVID-19 has spread rapidly and is now considered a pandemic. As such, much travel has been restricted and there is a high chance that if you have booked/are looking to book accommodation, you will be affected.
As travellers, remember to stay abreast of local and international travel advice regarding COVID-19. Here at CuddlyNest, we are doing everything we can to ensure that both travellers and property owners are safe and secure during this difficult time.
CuddlyNest is in the business of supporting travellers, and this hasn’t changed with the outbreak of COVID-19. We are working with property owners and operators to ensure that iIf you have to cancel your trip due to these extenuating circumstances, then you will be refunded with credit valid for CuddlyNest bookings until the 31 Dec 2020, including any fees. However, make sure to check the individual listing for their policy, since it is the decision of each property owner or operator.
Guests can cancel the reservation by going to Dashboard, clicking “Your Trips” and “Cancel.”
Follow the advice of your home and destination countries as well as world bodies such as WHO. If these means cancelling your trip, then please read “What happens if I need to cancel my trip because of COVID-19?”. Remember that even if the official advice is not yet to cancel, this is a fast-changing situation and everyone should consider how their actions impact national and international health.
Below is updated advice from various international and national institutions regarding COVID-19. Please keep abreast of this rapidly developing situation.
Travel Advice During the Coronavirus Outbreak
As a traveler you may currently be checked in to your flights, have your bags packed, and ticket in hand, but also wondering, should I be traveling during the Coronavirus Outbreak?
Now is the Perfect Time to Take an Online Course
Are you currently sitting at home binging a show on Netflix? Writing down a list of all the things you would like to do during your quarantine? Deciding between reading a book or listening to a podcast series? If you’re like us, you’re doing all the above, as well as taking an online course to further your knowledge and education.
Discover 5 Benefits of Working from Home
While at first, it may seem challenging, working from home can be one of the best things for your career. The CuddlyNest team are no strangers to the remote life. We have found that not only does having a flexible schedule spark motivation, but it also increases productivity. Working from home provides many benefits for both the employer and employee. What’s the phrase happy employee, happy employer? We sure think so!
CuddlyNest Launches Plan Now, Stay Later Logo and Slogan
With the inclusion of “Plan Now, Stay Later” in its mantra, the booking platform, with over one million accommodations worldwide, has also altered its logo to demonstrate social distancing with its birds flying in opposite directions. The edit to the logo and slogan has been made across the platform’s social media channels, including Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, LinkedIn, and Youtube.
Plan Now, Stay Later Photo Contest
Do you have a favorite travel memory? Something that really stuck with you and makes you want to set off to explore the globe again? While we cannot all pack our bags to set off on an adventure at this very moment, what we can do is relive our travels again and again through photos and memories, by joining our Plan Now, Stay Later contest and campaign.
The 10 Oldest National Parks In The United States
In 1872 the establishment of the first National Park in the U.S. was created by Ulysses S. Grant, the United States President at the time. Can you guess which park it was? If you answered the Yellowstone National Park – you’re correct! This nearly 3,500-sq.-mile sanctuary located in the western United States is the first national park of the country, and it’s worldwide known for its rich biodiversity. The Park is home to canyons, alpine rivers, forests, hot springs, and hundreds of animal species, such as bears, wolves, and antelopes.
Virtual Tours and Experiences You Can Take from Home
How are you spending your days at home? While social distancing may leave you with some extra time, now is the perfect opportunity to embark on a one-of-a-kind adventure. You can start by taking virtual tours of your favorite locations around the world.