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SEIU Members save up to 20% on your road trips this fall! Use VP# 620640 when booking! To book by phone, call 1-800-RED-ROOF.
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Oh The Places You Can Go!
Ideas for Summer Road Trips!
Exploring Fall foliage? Want to see how the leaves will be turning during your trip? This prediction map from Smokeymountians.com is a great way to discover the colors of fall!
Click on the map icon to explore Fall Foliage Prediction map.
The Finger Lakes
While Upstate New York itself is lovely during the fall months, the Finger Lakes region , a group of eleven long, narrow, roughly north-south lakes, specifically shines because of its wine roots.
The Finger Lakes produce wines to rival those you’ll enjoy in California and you can find plenty to go around during a Finger Lakes road trip. Just make sure you practice safety first and either take it slow or get a designated driver to show you around the area’s best sipping spots and scenic sites.
The region stretches about 80 miles from east to west and 50 miles north to south with beautiful views of waterfalls and gorges to rolling hills to miles of spectacular shoreline around 11 glacial lakes and one Great Lake.
New York City, New York
Drive the Gulf Coast and explore quaint towns and beautiful beaches -- the road trip planning is already done for you! With the summer heat gone, fall is a perfect time to visit New York City.
Although some popular attractions won’t be reopening for a while longer — Broadway is currently shut down until 2021 — there’s still plenty to see and do in New York City. Shopping and dining venues are open across the city, and some museums — like The Metropolitan Museum of Art — are beginning to reopen with limited capacity. Of course, you’ll want to grab some coffee and stroll through the iconic park to soak in the skyline views mid colorful trees. Red Roof is here for you when you're ready to start traveling again.
Shenandoah National Park
Shenandoah National Park on the East Coast is a prime spot for some leaf-peeping.
Peak leaf-peeping season at Shenandoah is mid-to-late October. You’ll want to take the park’s Skyline Drive for plentiful outlooks and photo ops.
Skyline Drive is the only public road in Shenandoah National Park, and it will bring you to 75 overlooks where you can gaze out at a dramatic display of colors. Peak viewing time is typically from mid- to late-October, but it depends on your elevation. Leaves begin changing first on the highest peaks and finish in the lower elevation. And, depending on where you are, those hues can vary significantly due to the various elevations and other factors. It stretches for a hundred miles over a wide range of elevation heights and takes at least three hours, though you may want to get out and do a little exploring too. There are 500 miles of trails with dense forests, ancient caves, towering mountains, mist-enshrouded waterfalls and lots more to see.
Asheville, North Carolina
Nestled in North Carolina’s Blue Ridge Mountains, Asheville has everything you could want in a fall getaway.
The quaint downtown area is filled with unique shops, galleries, breweries, and restaurants, and you’re almost guaranteed to see some local street performers as you wander around. Go for a hike in nearby Pisgah National Forest to spot beautiful waterfalls among the changing leaves, or take a scenic drive through part of the park to take in the beauty without working up a sweat. The Biltmore Estate is another popular Asheville attraction worth visiting; this Gilded Age mansion is the largest privately owned house in the U.S., complete with gardens and a winery.
Green Mountain Byway
No one does fall quite like New England, so head to Vermont for all things seasonal. You’ll want to drive the Green Mountain Byway. While this little stretch of road is only 11 miles, make sure to take your time. The Green Mountain Scenic Byway is located in the center of the state close to Orlando, VT, but feels far from the bustle of city life. With its rolling hills and rural charm, Green Mountain Scenic Byway is a place known for wildlife sighting, historical small towns, and outdoor recreation.
However, the short distance means that this road trip is one you can knock out over a weekend visit, perfect if you can’t get away from work for too long this season. Don’t forget to make pit stops for all the amazing New England food and farm activities that pop up this time of year.
Blue Ridge Parkway
Take a road trip along Blue Ridge Parkway -- "America's Favorite Drive", and see nature like never before. Things to see, viewpoints, places to eat, and Red Roof locations are all mapped out for you. Click to start your journey.
Enhanced Cleaning Protocols
Red Roof has recommended aggressive sanitation and cleaning steps system-wide, using EPA approved products that kill COVID-19. Enhanced protocols include additional sanitation of those vital, high-touch points in common areas that impact guests and employees. Up to four times per day, housekeepers are sanitizing exterior and corridor touchpoints as well as common areas including elevators, laundry rooms, front desks, maintenance rooms, storage door handles, stairwell handrails, emergency exit doors, pool gates (if applicable), dumpster gate handles and trash receptacles and trash carts, and public restrooms. Red Roof is also encouraging continued social distancing in all public areas of its properties.
The cleaning and sanitization of all guest rooms is also a priority. We are asking hotel staff to be extra diligent in sanitizing guest rooms including TVs, remote controls, tables, doorknobs, light switches, desks, phones, keyboards, toilets, faucets and sinks. The frequency of room cleaning during a guest’s stay may be altered based on guest requirements.
We recommend that linens, towels and laundry are washed in accordance with the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) guidelines. Dirty linen should be bagged in the guest room to eliminate excess contact while being transported to the laundry facility.
Red Roof has created lobby signs instructing guests to wear a face covering in public spaces following government requirements. In cities and towns where it is mandated by local or state rules, guests are now required to wear cloth or other appropriate face coverings while in common areas where social distancing cannot effectively be accomplished (i.e., lobby, indoor corridors, vending rooms, laundry rooms, etc.). In states where guests are not mandated to wear face coverings, Red Roof has lobby signs strongly recommending them to do so.
Face coverings and gloves
Following the CDC guidelines, Red Roof is highly encouraging at all of its properties that housekeeping staff wear gloves when cleaning / repairing / inspecting rooms and wear face coverings to be in compliance with state mandates.
CDC Protective Measures
All employees should follow CDC Protective Measures. They include:
Cleaning hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds
Avoiding close contact by putting distance between each other
Cleaning and disinfecting by continually practicing good hygiene and using hand sanitizer (provided at all properties) that contains at least 60% alcohol
They are asked to stay home if demonstrating symptoms of illness
Well-being checks of all employees, including physical temperature checks, should be carried out when required by law
Red Roof is working alongside the Asian American Hotel Owner Association (AAHOA) as active members of AHLA Safe Stay Advisory Council.
Red Roof RediClean means we’re ready for travel when our guests are ready to road trip.