Grupo Piñero, parent company of Bahia Principe Hotels & Resorts continues to move forward in resuming its operations, reopening two of its hotels on Tenerife and one in Mallorca.
The Bahia Principe Fantasía Tenerife plans to reopen on Aug. 10, allowing guests to enjoy the themed resort that offers a new holiday concept for families in Spain and which, in its first year, registered a NPS of 41 points and a GRI of 90.3%.
The Bahia Principe Sunlight Tenerife will begin welcoming guests beginning Aug. 1. Located on top of a cliff, the resort is renowned for its unique architecture, which conveys the essence of typical Canary Island villages.
Both resorts will offer guests a carefully selected gastronomic offer, as well as different open-air activities.
A series of services that have been designed so that guests of all ages can enjoy local tourism.
The company has also moved up the opening of another of its hotels in Mallorca, the Hotel Piñero Bahia de Palma, to July 25.
With the reopening of these properties in August, Grupo Piñero will have nine hotels open and running, three of them on the island of Tenerife, since the Bahia Principe Sunlight Costa Adeje opened its doors on July 1.
Also on July 1, the Bahia Principe Sunlight Coral Playa, located in Palma de Mallorca; Bahia Principe Luxury Ambar and Bahia Principe Fantasia Punta Cana, both in the Dominican Republic; Bahia Principe Luxury Akumal, located on the Riviera Maya in Mexico, and the Bahia Principe Grand Jamaica hotel, located in Jamaica all resumed operations.
The rest of the hotels will be opening gradually according to demand and the evolution of the situation, also taking into account the peculiarities of each destination.
Encarna Piñero, executive vice-president and CEO of the Group, said: “We plan to open our hotels in tiered fashion, and each opening will hinge on criteria of responsibility for safeguarding the health and well-being of our guests and employees.”
Piñero continued: “Based on this responsibility, our plan to open up in all destinations will be aligned with the recovery of activity in the sector and with the reactivation of other actors, such as tour operators, sales channels, airlines, etc. The good evolution in demand of the tourism market (since travellers are the ones who make the final decision) is what prompted the decision to reopen these three establishments.”