Palladium Hotel Group has revealed reopening plans for a host of its resorts across the Dominican Republic and the Caribbean coast of Mexico.
The company, which already reopened the Grand Palladium Costa Mujeres, TRS Coral, Grand Palladium Vallarta and two more resorts in Jamaica, will next relaunch the Dominican Fiesta resort in Santo Domingo on July 27.
That will be followed by the reopening of four more resorts in the Dominican Republic’s tourism hub of Punta Cana on Oct. 9: the Grand Palladium Palace, Grand Palladium Bavaro Suites, Grand Palladium Punta Canaand TRS Turquesa.
On Oct. 30, the property’s TRS Cap Cana hotel will also relaunch, with the TRS Yucatan on the Riviera Maya set to relaunch on Oct. 30.
All of the company’s resorts will be reopening with a series of new health and safety protocols, from infrared temperature checks to social distancing.
“Considering the uncertainty of these times, Palladium Hotel Group wants guests to travel with confidence; that is why we are looking to continue enforcing our brand pillars of innovation, technology, and service-driven approach. Palladium Hotel Group is a family-owned business, and throughout the years, our guests have become part of our extended family; equipping our hotels with the best tools and protocols that can enhance their wellbeing is of the utmost importance for us,” said Pilar Arizmendi-Stewart, VP of Sales and Marketing for the Americas for Palladium Hotel Group. “The new protocols in place are the result of exhaustive analysis prepared by an experienced Task Force Team of executives and associates of Palladium Hotel Group. Our goal is to gain travelers’ trust and show our commitment to their safety without compromising a memorable vacation experience.”
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