Ocean Club Resorts is reopening its two all-suite resorts beginning Wednesday, July 22, aligning with Turks & Caicos reopening the Providenciales airport for international travel. Following local government requirements and best practices outlined by global health associations, the resorts will reopen at a limited occupancy and with strict cleanliness and sanitization protocols.
“Ocean Club Resorts has long held a commitment to maintaining a safe and healthy environment for our guests and staff,” said Ocean Club Resorts Managing Director, Wilbert Mason. “Our team has taken the necessary steps toward enhancing cleaning measures and implementing new protocols that adhere to social distancing without taking away from the overall guest experience. We look forward to our guests returning and have put in place new safety measures in order to offer a secure yet still unforgettable stay in a post-COVID-19 travel climate.”
New health and safety procedures identified by the Turks & Caicos Government and the World Health Organization set the foundation for which Ocean Club Resorts has built their new guidelines, including:
- Modifying all public spaces to allow for social distancing (i.e., pool and beach areas, front desk, etc.).
- Providing facemasks, hand sanitizer and COVID awareness/training to all guests and staff.
- Use of cleaning products and protocols which meet Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) guidelines and have proven effective against combatting viruses.
- Increased frequency in the sanitization of all public spaces at both properties.
For a full list of the new health and safety procedures at Ocean Club Resorts, visit https://www.oceanclubresorts.com/coronavirus/.