At the time of check-in
Please take time to note the following: locate the nearest fire exits. Count and remember the number of doors between the exits. Open exit doors and examine the staircase layout. Locate the nearest alarm pull station and the fire extinguisher.
Inspect your room. Study the layout of your room and determine anything that might help or hinder emergency exits.Read all emergency information provided, including the layout on the back of the door. Always keep your room key with you during the day and near your bed at night.
If you discover fire or smoke inside your room, call the fire department 9-911 and provide them your exact location (name, address). Also call the hotel operator (0). Take your room keycard or key with you. If the door is not hot, open it slightly and look in both directions for the nearest exit sign.
Exit the room and close the door behind you. Alert others in the area if possible and activate the nearest fire alarm as soon as possible. Walk to the nearest stairway (do not use the elevator) and exit the building. If smoke is present, stay low.
If the door is hot, do not open it. Call the fire department 9-911 and state your location. Call the Hotel Operator (0). Stuff wet towels or clothes under the door and in air vents to keep out smoke and fumes. Remain calm and wait for further instructions. If you cannot exit, your room is the safest place to be. If you think you need to open a window for air, and you are above ground floor, avoid breaking the window because you may need to close it to keep smoke out later.