Why should we make arrangements in advance? We’ve been able to get rooms in the past…
There’s always a chance that you’ll be able to find rooms when you need them in the right locations at the right times and for the length of time you need them. But how many? At what cost? There are no guarantees. Except with Continuity Housing. With us, housing is one less thing to worry about. You will know that the infrastructure is in place to guarantee your critical employees a suitable, pre-vetted hotel so they can focus on the job at hand. Without this component, your plan is incomplete.
Do we have to use Continuity Housing’s hotels?
We do not represent specific hotels. Continuity Housing partners with all hotels in all locations. We customize our RFP based on your criteria and provide you with a detailed report with our recommendations. The choice of hotels is up to you.
What if Continuity Housing has another client that wants to use the same hotel we’re already using? Isn’t that a conflict of interest?
Yes. It is a conflict and for that reason we will never put two client companies at the same hotel.
What happens if we have to deploy?
You activate us and we respond with fully executed hotel contracts and confirmation numbers within 24 hours. We also provide someone onsite to manage activity if required. We provide you with the information about where the hotel locations are, including maps for you to distribute to your employees . . . or we can communicate to your employees directly.
How can I be sure that the Continuity Housing team will be available to assist us during a deployment?
We’re available for an activation 24/7. Our team members are located throughout the U.S. and utilize multiple redundancies to provide coverage whenever and wherever it is required.
What’s the success rate of Continuity Housing and how is it measured?
Continuity Housing has a 100% successful performance record over multiple deployments. No client employee has ever had to secure their own room during a deployment because one wasn’t available to them under their Continuity Housing contract.