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Reopening of the Maitai Hotels in French Polynesia

APRIL 19, 2021 - After three months of closure of French Polynesia's borders because of the increased threat of the new strains of Covid-19 worldwide, we are pleased to announce the reopening of our Maitai Hotels.

With almost no active cases of COVID-19 in French Polynesia and with advanced vaccination in United States, travels from or to the United States will be authorized from May 1st, 2021.
In response to the country’s recent announcement to first re-open “Tahiti and her Islands” to visitors coming from the United States, the Maitai Polynesia Bora Bora and the Maitai Huahine, already open to the domestic market, will be pleased to welcome American travelers again from May 1st, 2021 and the Maitai Rangiroa will resume operations on May 3rd, 2021.

As per last week's official announcement by French Polynesia’s President Mr. Fritch, those travelers coming from the United States will have to undergo a reinforced sanitary process that will be different for vaccinated travelers, for travelers who have already contracted the Covid-19 virus and for unvaccinated and not yet infected travelers.

Other international travelers, including French metropolitan travelers, will still require a strict compelling reason (health, professional, family, return home) to enter French Polynesia and will have, upon arrival, to comply with a compulsory 10-day quarantine in a dedicated isolation center at their own charge or at home.

You may visit the Tahiti Tourisme website (https://tahititourisme.com/en-us/covid-19/) for more details about French Polynesia's entry requirements.

Maitai Hotels in French Polynesia adopted enhanced sanitation and operational best practices in accordance with the World Health Organization (WHO), Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), as well as local health authorities and governmental advisories. These measures include but are not limited to:
- Support and training of our team members on the enhanced sanitary processes by a registered pharmacist.
- Hand sanitizer stations are available throughout the hotels (Alcohol-based 60% or more).
- Floor markers and signage is provided to encourage guests to practice proper social distancing.
- Face masks or coverings are required for all team members and are recommended for guests in public areas.
- Hotels have increased the frequency of cleaning public areas (including lobbies, elevators, door handles, public bathrooms) and high-touch points in guest rooms.
- Transportation services adhere to social distancing guidelines and sanitation procedures. Wearing a face mask is required by law in all aerial, land and maritime public means of transportation as well as in their waiting areas (for all persons above 11 years old).
- Card or contactless payment is encouraged.
- Guestrooms have been redesigned without decorative pillows, magazines and other non-essential items to allow for greater peace of mind.
- Guestrooms are cleaned on a daily basis, sheets and towels are all changed every five (5) days – or more often upon request.
- Pool furniture is disinfected frequently.
- To ensure a comfortable and safe dining experience, tables and chairs have been removed and spaced throughout the Restaurant and Bar areas to allow for physical distancing.
- Restaurant furniture and menus are sanitized after each use, the use of digital versions of our menus is encouraged.

Please note, all procedures and programming are subject to change based on guidance from the CDC, WHO, and relevant governmental authorities.

For further information and assistance, you may contact your prefered sales contact or our reservation team for the three hotels, available by emaill (booking@hotelsmaitai.com).

We invite all guests and partners to keep informed about the situation in French Polynesia through these official channels:
- Tahiti Tourism: Coronavirus COVID-19 - Travel information
- French Polynesia Presidency : Coronavirus-related news
- High Commission of the Republic in French Polynesia : Information COVID-19

We would like to thank you, once again, for your continuous support, and are looking forward to welcoming our guests again in our serene islands and in our hotels in Bora Bora, Huahine and Rangiroa.

With our best regards,

Christophe GOMET
Regional Director of Operations

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