In order to receive you in the one-and-a-half-meter society, we must comply with a number of measures. On this page you will find information about our modifications, starting with a short summary.
Are you a family and do you come from the same household? Then you don't have to keep your distance.
Do you come from different households? Then you must keep 1.5 meters away, also in the Escape Rooms. You are responsible for this yourself, just like in the supermarket, in the park or at the pool.
All surfaces will have to be disinfected between groups. This of course takes a lot more time than usual, so that fewer groups per day can play the game. In addition, we will have to clean the entire toilet group when it has been used. It is also important that the rooms are well ventilated and this also takes time.
Since we can only allow a limited number of groups and therefore (perhaps) have to reject groups, we want to limit the number of “no-shows” as much as possible. Experience shows that when payment has already been made, guests do not choose to cancel suddenly. We also want to prevent unnecessary contact moments with sources of contamination, such as an ATM.
It is impossible for us to always disinfect everything. We clean all surfaces thoroughly, ensure that the locks are properly disinfected and that other interfaces, such as seat backs and door handles, are clean. There are also many small / loose objects in an Escape Room, which we cannot all disinfect. Gloves are not mandatory, but are available if you want to play with them.
The guidelines state that a toilet should be disinfected immediately after use. Because of the greater risk of contamination, we prefer to keep the toilet group closed. If someone still has to use the toilet due to an emergency or a kid that suddenly has to pee, that is possible.
We think the last point is the most important: the responsibility of you as a booker.
What do we mean by this?