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MO Canouan achieved "Bubble Resort" status

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February 9, 2021

Mandarin Oriental, Canouan, set in St. Vincent and the Grenadines, deemed a “Bubble Resort” status, as granted by the Ministry of Health, Wellness and the Environment. This updated status allows guests arriving by private or commercial planes to have limited access to the resort’s facilities and leisure attractions, while following social distancing protocols and enhanced hygiene safety measures during the required quarantine period.

 

The Mandarin Oriental Canouan is set within the 1,200-acre Grenadines Estate, an all-ocean view resort that caters to families, friends and couples, featuring 26 suites and 13 villas. The resort’s grounds are effortlessly expansive and airy, it says, making it well-suited for those who must quarantine upon arrival to the remote island. Those visiting the resort must follow all testing and social distancing guidelines.

If you test negative on the rapid test and are awaiting results from the RT-PCR you will have complete access to Lagoon Café for breakfast, lunch and dinner.  In addition, they are provided designated access to private beaches, tennis courts and the island’s Jim Fazio-designed golf course, separate from other guests.

 

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You must follow similar guidelines but you will receive both antigen and RT-PCR tests immediately upon arrival. Once guests receive negative RT-PCR test results, they can enjoy the resort’s full facilities, including the spa, fitness center, regional excursions and more. Guests who test negative on the rapid test and are awaiting results from the RT-PCR will have complete access to Lagoon Café for breakfast, lunch and dinner. In addition, you are provided designated access to private beaches, tennis courts and the island’s Jim Fazio-designed golf course, separate from other guests.

During your stay at this unique Caribbean getaway you can book an extended stay on property and explore the surrounding chain of islands, including the Windward Islands, or why not taking sailing lessons and more.

Please visit http://health.gov.vc for more detail on travel restrictions and guidelines in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines.

 

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