After closing in mid-April, Nizuc Resort & Spa in Cancun announced it would reopen June 11 with a number of new safety protocols.
The 274-room property will conduct temperature screenings for guests and other visitors, and employees will undergo daily temperature checks, according to a statement from the resort.
Other safety procedures will include sanitizing guest baggage upon arrival, heightened cleaning and disinfecting procedures throughout the property and limiting elevators to two people at a time. Nizuc said it would also offer contactless suite service, and digital menus will be available on the resort's app.
"The safety of our guests and our employees are of the utmost importance to us, and we are confident we can offer a safe environment for both as we reopen the resort next month," said Jaime Jaramillo, the resort's managing director.
Nizuc, a AAA Five Diamond property managed by Brisas Group, is located on 29 acres about a 15-minute drive from Cancun Airport.