RIU Hotels and Resorts has reopened its Riu Playa Blanca in Panama, Caribbean Journal has learned.
The reopening of the 573-room resort, which is set in Panama’s “Arco Seco” region, means the company has now reopened all of its hotel properties on the Pacific Ocean, Riu said in a statement.
That includes 10 hotels across Costa Rica, Mexico and Panama.
The Panama property has reopened under Riu’s set of 17 new health and safety protocols which the company said would be “followed meticulously on a global basis so that we can offer our guests and staff the highest levels of safety and hygiene.”
“Since restarting operations, our objective has been clear: to offer a quality stay, as we have always done at RIU, with the highest standards of safety and well-being for our guests and personnel,” Riu said.
For more, visit Riu Playa Blanca.