One year after confinement, vaccines in the U.S. boost travel to Jalisco beaches

22 March 2021 By Blue Chairs Resort by the Sea
This March 2021 marks the one-year anniversary, at least in Mexico, of a circumstance that changed the way we used to socialize, travel, eat and interact with our surroundings. Little by little things are starting to improve for everyone in the world and the desire that many people had to travel to the beaches of Jalisco may soon be satisfied.

With the implementation of the vaccination process in the United States of America, the intention to travel by tourists from that country has increased significantly. According to an analysis by Expedia, among tourist destinations, Puerto Vallarta is one of the destinations with the highest travel intentions for American tourists during Spring Break 2021.

This, in conjunction with the 2021 Easter vacations in Mexico, augurs an excellent outlook for the beaches of Jalisco and specifically Puerto Vallarta. However, we must remember that in Mexico, the health contingency continues and you should not let your guard down.

In this Blog we tell you what you can and cannot do in Puerto Vallarta during Spring Break and Easter Week 2021.

What to do and what not to do during Easter week 2021?

Puerto Vallarta, little by little, is beginning to resume normal economic and social activities; beaches, hotels and restaurants, spas, gyms and places such as the boardwalk are open to the general public, always complying with the mandatory sanitary norms and the reduced capacity.

During Spring Break and Easter Week 2021, hotels may only have a maximum occupancy of 66% of their total capacity. Restaurants and bars and restaurants will have to close their doors at 11:00 pm.

The use of masks is mandatory at all times for public spaces and will not allow the traditional processions and / or Stations of the Cross during Holy Week, this to avoid crowds and reduce the risk of contagion.

The beaches of Jalisco are open to the public, with the corresponding measures and recommendations. The use of masks, avoid groups of more than eight people and keep a healthy distance between everyone. We suggest you bring your sanitizing gel and use it constantly, and not to share personal items such as glasses, towels, floats or balls.

During Easter Week 2021, Jalisco's beaches will be open from 5 am to 5 pm.

The gay hotel with the most tradition in Puerto Vallarta takes care of you

At Blue Chairs Resort by The Sea, the gay hotel in Puerto Vallarta with more tradition in the Romantic Zone, we are eager to welcome you during this Spring Break and Easter 2021. We want you to have a safe stay, and we have all the necessary sanitary measures for your peace of mind.

When you check in, we will measure your temperature and if it exceeds 37ºC, for the safety of all our guests and disposition, we will not be able to receive you. The common areas of our gay hotel in Puerto Vallarta, such as our Rooftop Bar, are fully functional, but we recommend the use of masks when you are in contact with people who do not belong to your travel group.

At Blue Chairs, the facilities are constantly disinfected to avoid points of contact and contagion. Our staff is constantly monitored for their safety and yours.

During this Spring Break and Easter 2021, we want you on the beaches of Jalisco and more in our most iconic gay hotel in Puerto Vallarta. If you have doubts about your trip, remember that we have a very flexible reservation change protocol for your convenience. Don't cancel your booking and change your trip.

We are waiting for you at Blue Chairs Resort by The Sea

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