The public chain establishments located in Segovia and the Royal Site will thus resume the activity, after undergoing work to strengthen their hygiene and safety protocols.
Paradores will reopen all its hotels and gastronomic spaces on June 25, after reinforcing its hygiene and distancing protocols in order to guarantee the safety of customers and employees.
The establishments have been closed since March 15 due to the coronavirus pandemic. Once the de-escalation of the containment measures began, the public network has decided to reopen all the Paradores to the public at the same time.
The fact that most of the Paradores are located in remote places, as well as the size of their hotels, almost all medium or small, “facilitates the rigorous establishment of security and hygiene controls to make them the safest tourist place where to be able to spend the holidays ”, as the chain has highlighted. “We are a trusted destination. We have reinforced our hygiene and cleaning protocols so that our clients have the maximum security guarantees with a personalized treatment and the quality that characterizes Paradores, ”said the president of the hotel chain, Óscar López.
Coinciding with the announcement of the reopening of all the paradores, the hotel chain presents the fourth phase of its brand campaign under the title 'Veraneadores' and launches an offer that allows rooms to be booked from 65 euros (accommodation for two people for stays from June 25 to July 31), which is now on sale for the Amigos de Paradores -loyalty program of the hotel company- and from May 30 for other customers. As confirmed by the public hotel chain, on that date, June 25, the Parador Costa da Morte (Muxía, A Coruña) will open its doors for the first time and will reopen the Parador de Aiguablava (Begur, Girona) after a complete rehabilitation.
With this reopening it is expected that from next July its activity will intensify due to the arrival also of foreign tourists, habitual in this hotel chain.
Source: The Adelantado de Segovia