MIAMI—Viva Wyndham Resorts has revealed its first property reopening, renovations to five of its all-inclusive resort properties throughout the Caribbean in preparation for near future reopenings, and finalizes its COVID-19 response plan.
The Viva Wyndham Maya in Playacar, Mexico, will reopen on July 1. The Viva Wyndham Maya and Viva Wyndham Azteca resorts located in Playacar, Mexico, have made changes to on-site restaurants, and the Viva Wyndham Fortuna Beach located in Freeport, Grand Bahama Island, has remodeled its guestrooms. Additionally, the Viva Wyndham Dominicus Beach and Viva Wyndham Dominicus Palace located in La Romana, Dominican Republic, are renovating guestrooms, common areas, pools and restaurants. Viva Wyndham Resorts has also implemented a COVID-19 response plan at its eight all-inclusive resort properties throughout the Dominican Republic, Mexico and the Bahamas utilizing health and hygiene standards from global expert and hospitality industry organizations to safeguard guests, visitors and staff once it reopens its resorts.
Viva Wyndham Maya, the first in the Viva Wyndham Resorts portfolio of resorts to open, has renovated its international buffet-style restaurant, La Terraza. The resort has 604 guestrooms, including superior rooms with either an ocean or garden view, five restaurants and the Renova Spa.
The Viva Wyndham Azteca now offers unlimited a la carte dining with no reservations required at its seven restaurants. Guests of this resort have access to facilities at the sister property, Viva Wyndham Maya.
The Viva Wyndham Fortuna Beach has remodeled its guestrooms and has 274 rooms, including 154 superior ocean view rooms and 120 superior rooms.
The Viva Wyndham Dominicus Beach is enhancing its lobby with a modern look, renovating its standard and superior guestrooms and is adding to its portfolio of colonial and modern decor-inspired guestrooms. The resort also has a new saltwater infinity pool and has added another swimming pool to now offer four on-site pools, two of which feature separate children’s areas. There is also a new Tiki Bar; the El Trago Bar and pool area is also being revamped; and there’s a new Latin fusion restaurant. Additionally, the La Terraza buffet restaurant, Viva Mexico and La Pizzeria will have new decor. All renovations will be complete by Aug. 30th.
The Viva Wyndham Dominicus Palace is also undergoing renovations, including its superior garden guestrooms and its pool and jacuzzi area. The Bar La Papaya will offer a refurbished and renewed atmosphere. The renovations will be complete by Oct. 30.
To ensure health and hygiene safety standards for its guests, visitors and staff, Viva Wyndham Resorts is implementing a COVID-19 response plan. The response plan has been shaped by adopting the guidelines and recommendations of several health and safety experts and hospitality industry leading sources, including the World Health Organization (WHO), local health departments and Cristal International Standards (CIS). CIS is a U.K.-based company and global leader in systems and services for brand quality, standards management and related-risk management. The company provides POSI-Check, an audit solution for the Prevention of the Spread of Infection in the Hospitality Sector, under which Viva Wyndham Resorts and its resorts will be certified.