Move made following Canary Islands being added to the travel corridor list
The Hard Rock Hotel Tenerife, part of the Palladium Hotel Group, has brought forward its reopening to November 13.
The decision was made following the UK government announcement that the Canary Islands were being added to the travel corridor list last week.
The company has implemented a new hygiene programme, named Safe + Sound, that includes temperature checks on arrival, social distancing markers and the wearing of masks in areas like lifts.
“The UK is one of the most important markets for Hard Rock Hotel Tenerife so we’re delighted to see the change in advice for travel to the Canary Islands. As a result, I’m happy to confirm that we’re bringing forward the re-opening of the hotel and we look forward to welcoming guests from 13 November for some much-required winter sun,” said Sergio Zertuche, chief sales and marketing officer, Palladium Hotel Group.
“We’ll continue to deliver unforgettable experiences, world-class facilities and our core brand values to Hard Rock fans in the safest environment possible. We’ve worked hand-in-hand with industry-leading experts to ensure our property exceeds the maximum cleanliness standards for our guests and team members.”
All guests are also being offered free health care insurance, Stay Safe, which protects them from any unforeseen circumstances related to the Covid-19 pandemic.