For hotels that are still allowing for in-person buffets, guests will only be able to move in one direction while socially distanced—just like many stores that are placing directional arrows on the floor. "Buffets will become more 'directional' with you needing to start on one end, and finish in another, for more traffic flow," explains Alex Miller, CEO of Upgraded Points.com. Next, check out the best U.S. hotels and resorts for social distancing.
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