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Palladium Hotel Group Announces Reopening Dates Of Its Hotels

In a recent virtual press conference, the Palladium Hotel Group has announced the reopening dates of its properties. They have also launched an insurance offering for their guests. 

The hotel group has developed Health and Safety Protocols to make sure that the reopenings are carried out in a safe and hygienic manner. These are certified by SGS, a company that provides inspection, verification, and efficient testing services. 

When will travellers be able to book stays at the Palladium Hotel Group?

The Palladium Hotel Group hosted the conference in partnership with the Quintana Roo Tourism Board. During the conference, the hotel group spoke about the measures they’ve undertaken to make sure that the safety of the guests is not compromised.

Just last month, the hotel group announced reopening dates for properties in Jamaica, Mexico, and the Dominican Republic. In the recent conference, they further revealed reopening dates for properties in Quintana Roo. These include Cancun, Riviera Maya and Playa del Carmen.

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Along with this, the Palladium Hotel Group said that the Grand Palladium Palace Resort, Spa & Casino, Grand Palladium Bavaro Suites Resort & Spa, Grand Palladium Punta Cana Resort & Spa, and TRS Turquesa Hotel, all in Punta Cana will reopen on 9th October. On the other hand, the Grand Palladium White Sand Resort & Spa, Grand Palladium Colonial Resort & Spa, Grand Palladium Kantenah Resort & Spa, and TRS Yucatan Hotel will take some further time to reopen fixing the date for 30th October. 

What are the safety measures implemented at the hotels?

The Palladium Hotel group further shared details about their healthcare insurance plan called Stay Safe-Plus. The plan will be free for all guests and will be available irrespective of the mode of booking. The coverage will be valid for a year from the time the property reopens. 

The Hotel Group hopes that these efforts will encourage travellers to stay at their properties once they reopen.

Also Read: Staycations During COVID-19: A Ray Of Hope For The Hospitality Industry

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