As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, the United States Embassy and Consulates in Mexico announced on May 20 that the temporary travel restrictions with Mexico and Canada have been extended through June 22, 2020. The restrictions first went into effect on March 21.
Access to San Miguel de Allende has been closed since March to non-residents, with city police filtering all its entrances.
Original Group has announced the reopening of two of its adults-only resorts, both implementing new sanitation and safety protocols. The Temptation Cancun Resort reopened June 10, and Desire Riviera Maya Pearl Resort in Puerto Morelos will reopen July 1.
After a brief halt of operations due to the global coronavirus pandemic, La Colección Resorts has begun reopening its doors to travelers across Mexico. Since June 11, resorts under the brands Live Aqua, Fiesta Americana, Grand Fiesta Americana, and The Explorean began a gradual reopening.
Playa Hotels & Resorts, a leading owner and operator of all-inclusive luxury resorts across Mexico and the Caribbean, has incorporated advanced safety precautions and will begin welcoming back guests this summer.
So while trips to the French Riviera or Italian countryside are off the table for now, there are other destinations reopening that Americans can visit in the meantime.
We’re all dreaming of getting away again and forgetting the stresses of COVID-19. While trips to European Union countries are off the table for U.S. citizens now, there are other destinations reopening that Americans can visit—sparkling, sunny island destinations that surely will lift your spirits.
Along to Hotel Amparo, a small boutique hotel in San Miguel de Allende, six other Mexican hotels made the World’s Best Awards 2020 list in “Travel + Leisure” magazine’s annual survey.
The noble and beautiful work of getting to know every corner of one of the most beautiful cities in the world is something that has given Jesus Rodriguez great satisfaction .