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AMRESORTS: Luxury resort brand announces adjusted re-openings for some hotels

The brand, who own and operate luxury resorts across predominantly Mexico and the Caribbean, have published update and adjusted re-opening dates for a number of their resorts. If guests with advance bookings have been affected by extended closure, they are to be granted additional flexibility for re-booking and a complimentary extra night.
Dominican Republic
Jamaica
Mexico
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AMResorts
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CITY LODGE HOTEL GROUP: Brand releases new sustainability commitment

The City Lodge Hotel Group (CLHG) has been working hard behind the scenes to strip out single-use plastic from guest bedrooms. In a bold move, the group, together with its South African supplier The Bespoke Amenities Company (TBAC), is launching an all-new range of bathroom amenities, including a Zero Bar. These will be available across all five hotel brands - Fairview Hotel (Kenya), Courtyard Hotel, City Lodge Hotel, Town Lodge and Road Lodge - in what is a first for a South African hotel group, and among the first in the world.
Kenya
South Africa
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City Lodge Hotel Group
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WYNDHAM: Face masks to be mandatory in public hotel areas from 10 August 2020

Wyndham Hotels & Resorts has announced that, in line with the American Hotel & Lodging Association's guest checklist, from 10 August guests in all locations in the United States and Canada will be required to wear face masks in all indoor public spaces; the company will inform guests of the new policy ahead of their arrival, and there also will be signage at each hotel. Similar announcements have recently been made by brands including Marriott International, Hyatt Hotels Corp. and InterContinental Hotels Group.
Canada
United States of America
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Resort
Wyndham Hotels and Resorts
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Leisure

STAMFORD HOTELS: Introduction of Stamford Safe Cleaning & Safety Protocols

Stamford Hotels in Australia have introduced COVID-19 health and well-being hygiene protocols and safety standards. The initiatives are set out in the link here and have been adopted to support the top priority of protecting the safety and well-being of Stamford guests and colleagues.
Australia
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Stamford Hotels
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HYATT HOTELS: Guests in U.S. and Canada hotels required to wear face coverings from 27 July 2020

Hyatt has announced that it will require all guests to wear a face covering in its hotels in the U.S and Canada from 27 July; the move follows an announcement by the American Hotel & Lodging Association (AHLA) last week of its "Safe Stay Guest Checklist". The face coverings will be required in all indoor public areas for the foreseeable future.
Canada
United States of America
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Hyatt Hotels
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