A 48-hotel conglomerate on the Spanish island of Mallorca will reopen at the start of July, it has been confirmed.
It was reported back in April that bars, restaurants and hotels in Majorca could reopen if owners are able to devise a way to maintain health and safety protocols in accordance with Covid-19 laws.
It has now been confirmed that the Palma Beach brand located in Playa de Palma will be reopening as of the first day in July this year.
Palma Beach brand is an umbrella of 48 hotels and restaurants along 5 kilometres of beach, and close to Son San Joan airport in Palma de Mallorca.
Their CEO, Miguel Ferrer, has said that their hotels have the best conditions in place to protect guests and staff and that the authorities and tour operators were in agreement to reopen to the public.
Mr Ferrer has the ‘full guarantee of safety and hygiene.’
The president of Restauración Mallorca, who hoped to kick start the sector from last month, had been working with Mr Ferrer and other authorities ‘intensely’ for a few weeks to get resorts reopened.
As Spain moves into phase 1 and then possibly to phase 2 in a fortnight, other resorts across the nation are hoping to follow suit in a bid to re-establish vital tourism in time for summer.