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Mansion Privacy Policy

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Mansion Privacy Policy

We take your security and privacy very seriously at The Mansion, with a strict, no-tolerance policy of never sharing your personal information— even your name— with anyone, before, during or after your event, hotel stay and/or retreat. In addition, no one has access to The Mansion, without a prearranged meeting/visit.

simply put, no one can reach you when you are here, unless they have a password (or your mobile information).

Did you know?

The Mansion was once a home for FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover’s G-men.

If anyone comes to the door or calls for a guest, member, or employee, and they do not have the password, they will be told “There is no one here by that name” or “There is no group here by that name.” No exceptions. What happens at The Mansion stays at The Mansion.

This is part of our core philosophy and a key reason why the Mansion continues to be a preferred venue for our hotel guests, and for so many private and corporate clients over the years.


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