Celebrating the Comeback of Travel – Visit These Hotels that are Reopening Post-Covid

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Brenners Park-Hotel & Spa – Baden-Baden, Germany 
Reopened 10 June 2020

For over 148 years, Brenners Park-Hotel & Spa has weathered changes in glorious as well as in challenging times, for the good of our guests who come from all over the world. They are pleased to inform you that the Brenners Park-Hotel & Spa has reopened its doors to welcome guests again on June 10th, 2020. Protecting the health and safety of every guest and team member has been their highest priority at all times and in all respects. Today, they are called to attend to these matters with extra care and vigilance.

Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc – Cap d’Antibes – Reopening on 1 July

Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc announces its reopening on Wednesday July 01st, 2020 to begin welcoming guests for its 150th anniversary season, just in time for summer. Nestled on the tip of Cap d’Antibes, the iconic meeting place beloved by the greatest names in art, cinema, literature, politics and business, as well as by families from the world over, evolves gracefully and with uttermost care perfection even further for the enjoyment of guests and visitors.

Beau-Rivage Palace – Lausanne, Switzerland – Reopened 12 June

Since 1861, The Beau-Rivage Palace had never closed its doors, thus the hotel is celebrating its second opening now. Classed as one of the best hotels in Europe, it is made up of two buildings connected via the so-called La Rotonde, built in 1908. Between 2012 and 2014, the renowned interior designer Pierre-Yves Rochon oversaw the renovation of all the rooms. He chose many pastel colours and introduced mirror effects so as to bring the calming atmosphere of the lake right into the heart of the 5-star hotel.

Son Bunyola – Mallorca, Spain – Reopening 4 July

Virgin Limited Edition, the award-winning collection of luxury hotels and retreats is to re-open the first of its properties at the beginning of July, following the temporary closure across all of its collection, as a result of COVID-19. The much-loved Son Bunyola Estate, located in the beautiful UNESCO world heritage site of the Tramuntana mountains in Mallorca will be the first property to open across the collection and offers the ideal escape in this current climate, with the option of three individual secluded villas set across a stunning 700-acre private estate.   

Finca Cortesin – Malaga, Spain – Reopening 1 July

Finca Cortesin welcomes discerning guests looking to relax without foregoing elegance or exclusivity. The hotel’s avant-garde yet majestic design is inspired by traditional Andalusian architecture. Exclusive and luxurious, a world set apart, where traditional Mediterranean lifestyle is seamlessly combined with the latest in contemporary living: superb cuisine, impeccable service and an unrivalled ambience of peace and tranquillity. 

Pimalai Resort – Krabi, Thailand – Reopening 9 July

Reopening its door on July 9th, Pimalai is looking forward to welcoming back travelers. Set amid 40 acres of unspoiled jungle which cascades down to a 900 metre-long stretch of soft sandy beach, Pimalai is a haven of tranquillity where guests can escape the hustle and bustle of the city and reconnect with nature. At Pimalai, 900 meters beachfront and 100 acres of paradise will rekindle your love for nature amidst lush tropical forests and the endless Andaman waters. 

The Datai Langkawi – Langkawi, Malaysia – Reopened 12 June

Malaysia has been under the Movement Control Order since 18 March 2020 to curb the spread of Covid-19. Following a successful nationwide lockdown and easing of restrictions since 10 June 2020, the resort has reopened on 12 June 2020. In view of the COVID-19 worldwide outbreak and in full adherence to the World Health Organisation’s recommendations, as well as Malaysia’s rules and regulations, the resort is implementing precautionary and required measures to be undertaken at the resort when it reopens.

Chiva-Som – Hua Hin, Thailand – Reopened 12 June

A pioneer in global wellness, Chiva-Som in Hua Hin, Thailand has reopened its doors on 12th June, 2020.  As Thailand gradually eases its lockdown, Chiva-Som is making essential preparations for operations to resume, in accordance with local government guidelines and advice.  Chiva-Som embraces guests’ goals for safe and healthy food, active exercise and immunity-boosting activities in a safe and tranquil environment. 

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