All-inclusive giant Riu Hotels and Resorts has reopened a pair of resorts in Jamaica, Caribbean Journal has learned.
Both the Riu Reggae resort in Montego Bay and the Riu Ocho Rios have reopened.
Both resorts have reopened after having received certificates of COVID-19 compliance from the Jamaican government.
The move follows a broader reopening of many of the Spanish company’s resorts in the wider Caribbean region, including in Punta Cana, Aruba and the Caribbean coast of Mexico.
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