Sperry and Granite Park set to reopen

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Sperry and Granite Park set to reopen

Postby llholmes1948 » Mon May 18, 2020 6:47 am

Link to an article in the Flathead Beacon:

https://flatheadbeacon.com/2020/05/18/n ... open-july/
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Re: Sperry and Granite Park set to reopen

Postby tibber » Mon May 18, 2020 9:58 am

I'm still amazed no one has canceled their reservations for either Chalet. Can't blame them, of course, but since so much else is being cancelled, I'm a little surprised.
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Re: Sperry and Granite Park set to reopen

Postby al_in_al » Mon May 18, 2020 10:27 am

tibber wrote:I'm still amazed no one has canceled their reservations for either Chalet. Can't blame them, of course, but since so much else is being cancelled, I'm a little surprised.

That is surprising that *no one* has cancelled yet. Though it makes some sense - we all fought hard for those reservations, so everyone is probably taking their time to get as much info as possible first - full payment is due 30 days out, so some might start cancelling as that deadline nears.

I personally am considering cancelling my Sperry stay, as hard as that will be. I’m traveling solo this year (assuming I can travel at all), and social distancing will make for a lonely stay. Since I’ve been before, I know I will miss speaking with other guests, and enjoying dinner in the dining hall. It might be best to save my money for next year. I might feel differently if I were headed to Granite Park.
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Re: Sperry and Granite Park set to reopen

Postby mattB » Mon May 18, 2020 7:09 pm

tibber wrote:I'm still amazed no one has canceled their reservations for either Chalet. Can't blame them, of course, but since so much else is being cancelled, I'm a little surprised.

I wonder if, in order to maintain social distancing requirements in the dining room, they won't be able to operate at full capacity?
So maybe there have been some cancellations but not enough to create vacancies?

There's no way they could serve dinner to 50 people in the dining room and keep everyone 6 ft apart. And I dont know if they would be able to serve dinner in two different seatings or not? It might not work with their cooking logistics.
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