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PALMA DE MALLORCA — With the start of summer RIU will have more than 50 hotels and resorts reopening in 16 of the 19 countries where it operates, including Mexico, Costa Rica, Jamaica, Aruba, the D.R. and the Bahamas.
This Wednesday, July 1, marks the reopening of Riu Palace Bavaro in the D.R., along with Riu Palace Paradise Island in the Bahamas and Riu Dunamar in Mexico’s Costa Mujeres.
Riu Palace Aruba will open its doors on July 10.
RIU has also announced that Riu Reggae will reopen, on July 3.
Meanwhile Riu Ocho Rios, Riu Palace Peninsula and Riu Cancun opened their doors earlier this month.
Riu properties in Sri Lanka, Mauritius, Morocco and Tanzania are also reopening. In Spain, the company has already reopened 20 hotels. In the Algarve in Portugal, visitors are already staying at the Riu Guarana and, as of July 4, Riu Palace Madeira.
All of Riu’s reopened hotels and resorts are applying the protocols outlined in the RIU Post-Covid Manual, a specific training program to ensure that all employees are ready to apply the chain’s 17 protocols.