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We want to keep our spaces fresh and clean for all who stay here, so we kindly ask that you refrain from smoking in our guest rooms. If smoke of any kind is detected, there will be a fee added to your bill for the room to be properly cleaned and the smoke odor removed. Thank you for your cooperation.




Your pets are welcome at The Forester. Pets must be house trained and are limited to two per room.  Please keep them on-leash when entering public spaces and refrain from bringing them into Oaken Bistro + Bar.


  • 1-6 nights: $75, whether a 1-night stay or 6-night stay.

  • 7+ nights: the fee is $150



Only dogs weighing 50 pounds and under are permitted. Two dogs may be allowed in a guestroom, provided that the combined weight of both dogs does not exceed 75 pounds.  The fee encompasses this and pets exceeding are at hotels discretion.


  • Watch young children at all times.

  • Warning signs on the premises are intended for your safety. We ask that you read and obey them.

  • Do not leave valuables in your room unless they are secured in the in-room safe.

  • Close your door securely whenever you are in your room and use all locking devices provided.  Be sure that connecting doors are locked properly.

  • Before opening your door to anyone, use your peephole and be sure that you know the person. If the person claims to be a hotel employee, verify by calling the Front Desk.

  • Do not provide credit card or identity information via the phone.

  • Do no leave room key cards in a place where they can be easily removed.

  • Be observant when entering parking lots and don't leave valuables in your vehicle.

  • If you see or hear any suspicious activity, please report your observations to management.

  • It is Hyatt's policy to make contact with a guest, which may include entering an occupied guest room, a minimum of once within a 24-hour period, even if a guest has requested privacy.

  • Familiarize yourself with hallway fire exits, alarms and extinguishers.

  • If the alarm is sounded or if instructed to evacuate, test your door for heat or smoke. If clear, go to the nearest exit stairwell.

  • Do not use elevators.

  • If you must remain in the room, place wet towels under the door and tell the operator your room number.

  • Turn off all air conditioners and stay low to the floor.

  • If you are outside, immediately seek shelter.

  • If you are inside, stay away from windows and glass doors.

  • Take your key card if you are directed by hotel staff to evacuate.

  • Use stairwells, not elevators.

  • If you are inside, cover your head and crouch under a table or in a corner away from windows and exterior walls.

  • If you are outside, seek area away from power lines, trees and buildings.

  • Do not rush outside.

  • Never use an elevator until it has been inspected for safety.

  • Use stairswells only after advised that they are safe.

  • Do not use matches or lighters in case there is leaking natural gas.

  • Telephones should be used only for emergency calls.

  • It is typical for aftershocks to occur for several days following the initial quake. Aftershocks usually become less severe with time.


If a tornado siren sounds, a tornado has been confirmed in the area. Take cover immediately in the bathroom of your suite or in the interior corridor on the 1st floor.

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