Curaçao hotels are working to prepare for the eventual return of visitors, according to the Curaçao Hotel and Tourism Association.
CHATA recently ran a series of site inspections across the Dutch Caribbean island to examine how hotels have been implementing new health and safety protocols.
The wide-ranging operational changes apply to everything from check-in to food ordering and interactions between staff and guests.
Curaçao has not yet announced a planned reopening date for its tourism sector.
“CHATA and the sector is pending to receive the green light to be able to welcome visitors back to the island under the protocols approved by the Government of Curaçao,” CHATA said in a statement. “Once all the site-inspections have been completed, the properties will have to be approved and then the staff can continue with a training given by GMN on the procedure and implementation of the protocols.”
“This shows that Curaçao is indeed ready to welcome visitors,” the organization said.