Travel insights from Andrea Sedlacek, editor of The Compass

Sandos Hotels & Resorts Reopening Resorts with New Clean Stay Health & Safety Program

It’s time to meet again,”says Sandos Hotels & Resorts. As of July 1, Sandos has opened two of its properties in Mexico:

  • Sandos Finisterra
  • Sandos Playacar

Sandos’ other two Mexico resorts will be reopening August 1:

  • Sandos Cancun
  • Sandos Caracol Eco Resort

When reopened, the resorts will be adopting Sandos’ Clean Stay Health and Safety Program, which establishes new health and safety measures to be followed at their resorts. Some of these measures include:

  • Providing touchless hand sanitizer dispensers in communal areas
  • Encouraging the use of digital menus in restaurants
  • Encouraging social distancing
  • Providing products in a single dose

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