All-inclusive brand Club Med will be reopening four of its resorts in the wider Caribbean region in October, Caribbean Journal has learned.
The company’s regional relaunch will include the reopening of the Club Med Cancun, Club Med Punta Cana and Club Med Caravelle in Guadeloupe, all on Oct. 17.
The Club Med Cancun is reopening with a newly-expanded Aguamarina family-friendly area, with 120 rooms.
The Club Med Punta Cana, set on 2,000 feet of beachfront in the tourism hub of the Dominican Republic, has also completed a renovation, with a refresh of its Tiara Exclusive Collection resort space.
On Oct. 24, Club Med will relaunch its adults-only Club Med Turkoise resort in the Turk sand Caicos Islands, which recently underwent a redesign that included a renovation of its oceanfront rooms, an enhanced wellness area and a new wine cellar, among other changes.
All of Club Med’s properties are reopening under the company’s new “Safe Together” health and safety protocols amid the new realities of travel.
Club Med’s Caribbean portfolio includes additional resorts in Martinique, San Salvador, The Bahamas and the Dominican Republic.
The company’s newest Caribbean resort, the Club Med Miches Playa Esmeralda in the Dominican Republic, is now scheduled for a Dec. 5 relaunch.
Club Med’s Buccaneer’s Creek resort in Martinique is slated to reopen on Dec. 12, according to the company’s Web site.
The company’s San Salvador resort, Club Med Columbus Isle, is scheduled to reopen in 2021.
For more, visit Club Med.