Guest Directory

Important Information
Check In Time – 3pm
Check Out Time – 11am
Guest Services Open 24 Hours
Housekeeping Service for Stayovers
Please Click HERE  

Breakfast
Is at Stella’s Kitchen and Bakery from 530am – 3pm Monday through Saturday and 630am – 130pm on Sunday

Pool Hours
8am to 10pm, it is an outdoor pool and is subject to the weather

Fitness Center
24/7 and Just two doors down from the lobby

Quiet Hours
From 10pm to 8am, Please be courteous to other Guests by keeping noise to a minimum 

WIFI
Network Name: BWClockTower
Username: bwguest.
Password: 19672016
For 24 Hour Customer Support, Call 844 483 9434

Shuttles
Available to and from Select Locations such as the Airport and Major Medical Facilities, for full list of shuttle locations and scheduling please speak with a Front Desk Agent
 

Toiletries
Forget something? Contact the Front Desk and they might have what you need. Items such as Tooth Brush, Tooth Paste, Razors, Shaving Cream, and Combs

Guest Laundry
On the 2nd Floor of the Big Sky Building open from 8am – 10pm

Ice and Vending Machines
Next to the Lobby, and on First and Second Floor of the Big Sky Building

Luggage
Carts are available to help transport luggage, 2 are by the Lobby and 2 are outside of the Elevator Lobby of the Big Sky Building

Sauna
Located on the 2nd Floor of the Big Sky Building and is Available from 7am to Midnight

ATM
Is Located in the Lobby

Computer
Internet access and a Printer is located in the lobby for Guest use

Faxes and Copies
Can be made through the Front Desk

Cribs
Pack and Plays are subject to availability, please contact the Front Desk if you would like one

Emergency
In Case of Emergency Please Dial 911

Telephone Instructions

Contact

Dial

Emergency

911

Front Desk

0

Room to Room

Room Number

Local Number

Local Number

Long Distance

1 + (Area Code) + Number

Housekeeping

0

TV Station Guide

Channel

Station

2

KTVQ (Local CBS)

4

CW

5

KSVI (Local ABC)

6

KURL (Local NBC)

7

KBGS (Local PBS)

8

CNN

9

NBCSN

10

Fox News

11

C-SPAN

12

CNBC

13

MSNBC

14

Accuweather

15

ESPN

16

ESPN 2

17

FS1

18

Disney Channel West

19

Disney Channel

20

Cartoon Network

21

Food Network

22

TBS

23

TNT

24

USA Network

25

Bloomberg

26

Animal Planet

27

AMC

28

Comedy Central

29

FX

30

History

31

Syfy

32

TruTV

33

Bravo

34

HGTV

35

National Geographic

36

E!

37

A&E

38

CMT

39

MTV

40

VH1

41

Freeform

42

Hallmark

43

Paramount

44

HBO Signature East

45

HBO West

46

HBO 2 West

47

HBO Family East

48

HBO Family

49

HBO Zone

50

AMC Plus

52

TV Guide

Fire Safety

Locate Two Exits
Count the doorways and note other features between your room and the exits. Make sure the exits are unlocked and unobstructed.
Locate Fire Alarms Nearest Your Room
Be sure you know how to activate the alarm as it may be dark or full of smoke.
Room Key is an Important Survival Factor
Always place the room key close to where you sleep or where it could easily be found in the dark. You’ll need the key to get back into your room should smoke or fire block your exit route.
In Case of Fire, Act Quickly
If the fire is in the room. Get out and close the door. Once out, report the fire to front desk and activate the fire alarm.
If the Fire is Not in your Room, Leave if you Can
Feel the door and door knob to see if it is cool enough to open, open it slowly and proceed to the nearest emergency exit.
If the Room Door is Hot Do NOT Open it
That means that the Fire is close by. That would mean your room is likely the safest place to be. Dial 911 and report the emergency, also dial 0 to report the fire to the front desk. Turn off bathroom fan, air conditioner or heater fans, hang a sheet in the window to signal your location. Note window latches and how they open. Wet towels, and then use them to seal around the door.
Crawl Low in Smoke
Smoke rises, the freshest air will be low and next to the floor. Place a wet towel over your mouth and nose. Stay close to the wall as you progress to the emergency exit. Should you encounter heavy smoke or fire descending the stairway find another exit or go back to your room.

Carbon Monoxide Safety Tips
Warning!
Carbon Monoxide is a colorless, odorless, poisonous gas, and exposure can be fatal.
Your room is equipped with a carbon monoxide detector.
Sympoms of Exposure May Include
Headache
Fatigue
Nausea
Shortness of breath
Confusion
Vomiting
Blurred Vision
Dizziness
Loss of muscle coordination
Collapse
Loss of Consciousness
What to do if the Carbon Monoxide Alarm is Sounding or if you Experience ANY Symptoms of Carbon Monoxide Exposure
Never ignore a carbon monoxide alarm that is sounding.
Immediately move outside to fresh air.
Advise the Hotel Front Desk.
Call 911, Emergency Services, or the Fire Department.
Do a head count to check that all people in your party are accounted for.
Do not reenter the premises until the emergency services responders have given you permission. 

Traveler Safety
Do not answer the door in a hotel room without verifying who is there. If a person claims to be an employee, call the Front Desk and ask if someone from the staff is supposed to have access to your room and for what purpose.
When returning to the Clocktower Inn late in the evening, use the main entrance. Be observant and look around before entering the parking lot and before leaving your vehicle.
Close your room door securely whenever you are in your room, use all the locking devices provided.
Do not draw attention to yourself by displaying large amounts of cash or expensive jewelry.
Do not invite strangers to your room for any reason.
Do not Leave valuables in your vehicle.
Check to see that any connecting doors and windows are locked.
If you are traveling with children, provide adult supervision and know their whereabouts at all times.
If you see any suspicious activity please report your observations to management