Divi Is Reopening Its Resorts in Aruba
Divi Resorts is reopening its resorts in Aruba, Caribbean Journal has learned.
The regional resort company is planning to open its Divi Divi Aruba Phoenix Beach Resort, Divi Village Golf & Beach Resort, and Divi Dutch Village Beach Resort on July 10, timed with the reopening of the island for United States travelers.
The company is implementing a new health and safety program called Clean Check to reflect the new realities of travel post COVID.
Divi has already reopened The Links at Divi Aruba, the Divi Village Golf and Beach Resort’s nine-hole golf course, with new social distancing procedures in place.
All-inclusive guests at Divi Village Golf and Divi Dutch Village will now be able to play free golf all day, according to the company.
“At Divi Resorts, cleanliness and safety standards have always been at the forefront of our policies. We sincerely care about the health and wellbeing of our guests and team members, and their safety remains a top priority as we reopen on Aruba,” said Marco Galaverna, President and COO of Divi Resorts. “We recently obtained our ‘Aruba Health & Happiness Code’ seal from the Department of Public Health to show our commitment to providing healthy and safe hotel operations.”