Hard Rock International has reopened its resorts in Mexico, Caribbean Journal has learned.
The company has relaunched its all-inclusive Hard Rock properties in Cancun, Los Cabos, the Riviera Maya, Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, along with the company’s resort in Punta Cana.
All of the resorts have reopened under the company’s new Safe + Sound standards, which include a 262-point inspection of all properties independently assessed by NSF International.
Those standards range from temperature checks for all guests, team members and vendors on arrival, social distancing markers and mandatory masks for all team members to plexiglass separators at front desks, casinos and check-in areas, among others.
“Throughout Hard Rock’s nearly 50-year-history, the safety and security of our guests and team members has always been the hallmark of our service, and we continue to deliver on that promise with SAFE + SOUND, a best-in-class program focused on enhanced cleaning practices, social interaction guidelines and workplace protocols,” said Jon Lucas, Chief Operating Officer at Hard Rock International. “We’ve worked hand-in-hand with industry-leading experts to strike the right balance, ensuring each and every property exceeds cleanliness standards set by leading public health agencies, while still providing guests with unforgettable experiences.”
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