Park Royal Hotels and Resorts sponsors the Royal Holiday Vacation Club. Their guests, who are international travelers are required to get the Covid-19 testing to be compliant with international travel laws. Today, visitors entering the United States or Canada must bring evidence of a negative Covid-19 test result before being allowed to enter the country.
This requirement was issued by the United States’ Centers for Disease Control (CDC) as of January 26th, 2021. If traveling by air or land, to enter the U.S., you must present evidence of your negative Covid-19 test results. If upon taking the test, you are found to have Covid-19, Park Royal Hotels and Resorts will provide discounts for housing to allow for the necessary quarantine period required in two-person maximums per room.
The Covid-19 test is offered free of charge by the Royal Holiday Vacation Club to those who have booked 4 nights or more with the hotel and resort chain. Other guests can obtain the testing for additional costs. The hotel and resort chain has established alliances with certified medical centers and hospitals to ensure reduced-priced tests for all guests.
Any guests who were positive will be treated with the best possible care according to the Cristal International Standards® and Safe Guest Program. These protocols will affect both the guests and their accompanying guests. With these protocols safeguarded, the guests will remain compliant with all travel regulations in each country in which they plan to travel and in returning to their home country.
These travel standards are applicable in all destinations which service the Royal Holiday Vacation Club and the Park Royal Hotels and Resorts. The countries where the Royal Holiday Hotels and Resorts are located include Australia, Bangladesh, Canada, China, Japan, Malaysia, Myanmar, Singapore, United Kingdom, United States, and Vietnam.
Many guests scheduled trips for exclusive wedding destinations, international and/or business travel. The Park Royal Hotels and Resorts have provided the venues for your specific needs making it possible for you and your guests to enjoy each moment on the hotel’s premises. Every comfort has been provided for and every luxury has been made available for your request.
In addition to your comfort and enjoyment, the Park Royal Hotels and Resorts has made every effort to accommodate the needs travelers now have due to the parameters of the Covid-19 pandemic. With testing readily available throughout your travel experience, travelers can rest assured they will not be carriers of the virus as they cross borders from country to country.
Their vigilance is effective in making safe travel destinations in 2021 include all the previously mentioned destinations for the Park Royal Hotels and Resorts. Travelers know their needs will be cared for while enjoying the hospitality of the Royal Holiday Vacation Club.
The hotel chain uses Safe Guest Protocol that covers four focal points:
The Room Check protocols use international hygienic rules to determine their levels of cleanliness in each room.
The Food Check is based on world government recommendations for hygienic levels of guaranteed safety.
Paying close attention to the prevention of legionnaires disease, the hotel’s aqua check maintains levels of disinfection, temperatures, and records for all that monitoring.
The Pool Check is guaranteed by the Cristal System. This system guarantees the equipment is working perfectly, and the water is clear, safe, and clean.
In effect, the Park Royal Hotels and Resorts will provide a safe disease-free environment in every way possible. Guests are asked to be compliant with the travel country’s rules and in so doing are given every advantage and assistance to comply with and maintain those regulations. All guests must do is come with the intent to enjoy themselves. Leave the rest to the Royal Holiday Vacation Club.
There have been some big changes in Europe and the UK recently. If you happen to live anywhere on that continent, you will know exactly what we’re talking about. But for everyone else, here’s a quick catch up, in case you missed the news.
As of January 2021, the UK is officially no longer part of the European Union or EU. You might have heard the term ‘Brexit’ being thrown around, as in ‘Britain’s Exit’ from the EU. Not Europe – the UK is still geographically part of the European continent. But politically, it has left a union made up of 26 other nations.
This change in the relationship between the UK and this big gang of other European nations has all sorts of practical implications for people wanting to travel, work and do business between Britain and the EU – some big, some minor. Mostly, these changes affect British and EU citizens. But there are also a few knock-on effects worth raising for anyone from the rest of the world planning on doing any traveling around Europe (post-COVID pandemic, of course).
From a traveler’s point of view, one of the great things about the EU is the relaxed or open borders that exist between member states. So if you land in, say, France, you have complete freedom to go explore Spain, Italy, Germany, the Czech Republic and every other EU country without being stopped and quizzed at every border.
This is particularly beneficial if you are planning to hang around in Europe long enough to need a visa – especially if you plan to work while you are there – or if you happen to be from a country that requires a visa to enter the EU full stop. It’s a case of presenting all of your paperwork once on entry, and that’s it. No more long waits to have your credentials checked as you move from country to country.
Now, it should be pointed out that the UK never signed up to the full ‘open borders’ policy, known as the Schengen Area, that the other 26 states agreed to. That means you’ve always had to go through border control traveling back and forth between the UK and the rest of the EU.
But even so, because of the shared visa arrangements, it was very easy (and common) to use the UK as a hub for some long-term travel across the rest of Europe. That is still going to be possible, of course. But there are likely to be added complications.
New visa rules
We’re still in the early stages of what travel to a non-EU Britain looks like (and no one is doing much traveling right now, anyway). But the UK will start to roll out its own visa rules and arrangements at some point and you will need to be up to speed with both to travel between the UK and Europe.
For example, from 2022 the EU is launching a paid-for electronic entry authorization system similar to the ESTA in the United States. This will not grant you permission to travel to the UK. Another important change for long-term travelers is that an EU work visa will not give you the right to pick up a job in the UK. You might have to think more carefully about where you want to base yourself for the majority of the trip.
Other possible changes are to things like travel insurance. Instead of buying a single policy for travel anywhere in Europe, you might find certain providers start to make exemptions and require you to purchase UK-only policies if you want to head there.
This is because the EU, for example, has very clear and consumer-friendly rules on things like flight and package holiday refunds that no longer apply to UK companies, which changes the game for insurance companies in terms of paying out for cancellations.
Given the risk of having your travel plans trashed by COVID-19 lockdowns and ever-changing rules from one place to the next, it’s definitely a good idea to get the right type of cancellation cover wherever you are traveling to.
To find out more, visit Avanti Travel Insurance.
If there is one thing that most people in the world agree with, it is the idea that British accents and slang is the best. While the days of the British ruling the world are long behind, English is now an international language that is used as a universal language and every country has its own English. However, there are some terms that are deeply entangled in British culture, and that is where British slang emerges from.
British slang is, in a way, a language in a language. British shows like “Downtown Abbey”, “Fleabag”, “Bodyguard”, “Black Mirror”, “The Crown”, to name a few, have really brought British slang into focus and increased the global fascination with the British slang.
This focus has lead to an increase in the interest in its slang, and its usage, and everyone wants a guidebook. Sometimes, British slang can be quite confusing, because it can certainly sound odd at times. Some of the phrases used may completely elude us as we use those words to refer to something different. Some just sound odd and confusing.
Using British slang words are a great way to expand your vocabulary, and saying things in a different way. Continue Reading
Michigan, the state in the Great Lakes and Midwestern region in the USA is getting a lot of attention these days. And it is for a good reason. There are quite a few things to do in Michigan. Read on and you will definitely agree on this. You will be amazed to know that it is the only state that comprises of two peninsulas. Whether you are travelling with family or friends, Michigan is a great place to spend your holiday. There are many things to see in Michigan.
What To Do In Michigan?
If you are planning a trip to Michigan, get ready to encounter breathtaking landscapes, clear skies, fabulous adventures, and tranquil forests. Visit some of the cool places in Michigan today. You will fall in love with the beautiful place, in any season. Tourism is growing in leaps and bound in Michigan. You will find various natural and man-made attractions in Michigan. Check out the small towns and villages, islands, and colorful lighthouses, with the azure sea as backdrop. Explore the college towns like Ann Arbor or East Lansing. Moreover, there is the added attraction of the expansive Upper Peninsula. Get ready to witness shipwrecks, old forts, and snow trails. Michigan Attractions are many, for you to choose from. You must know that more than half of Michigan is covered with forests and beaches. Continue Reading
As we enter another year, you’ve probably spent some time coming up with some new year’s resolutions – things you want to accomplish, things you want to change, things you want to stop doing. If you’re like the majority of us, you probably put travel more on your list; maybe get a new job or earn more money too.
Well, we’re already in the second month of the year now, so if you haven’t managed to tick these items off your list, now is the time to make it happen!
What if we told you, you could earn money AND travel the world? Sound too good to be true? It’s not! Travelling the world is a very real possibility if you are interested in teaching English as a Foreign Language. And if teaching English as a Foreign Language is going to allow you to travel the world, then why wouldn’t you be interested? Continue Reading