It's breakfast time, which means I need to get my temperature checked, put on my face mask, smother my hands in alcohol disinfectant and wear a pair of plastic gloves.
That's all before I have coffee.
Welcome to the Riu Concordia -- part of a hotel chain headquartered in the Spanish holiday island of Mallorca.
It's been specially chosen to greet some of the nearly 11,000 German visitors heading here as part of a pilot program to test coronavirus precautions and reopen Spain's tourism economy.
RIU Hotels has invested in a slew of new protocols.
In our lobby, a thermal camera scans guests when they walk in through the sliding doors: Keep it cool and you get the green light to enter.
But if your temperature gets too high, reception gets a discreet red alert.
"The world is going to see us as an example. A positive example," hotel director Sergio Navarro told CNN.
"We feel very brave to show the world our product. And people are doing a fantastic effort so far, guests are responding so well."
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Atika Shubert, CNN