Club Raro Resort: Ready to Welcome Travellers Again!

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The Club Raro Resort has long been a favourite for families, young couples and adventurers looking to experience all of Rarotonga’s charm on a budget. Therefore, it is but expected that the resort would be one of the first to implement COVID safety protocols and good practices.

Along with the rest of the South Pacific, the Cook Islands is also eagerly expecting the opening of borders and resurgence of tourism. As are we! So, let’s dive into what the resort has put in place to ensure the safety of international travellers against COVID-19.

Club Raro COVID Safety Measures

Physical Distancing: The most basic, and the most effective. Physical distancing measures have been put in place throughout the resort and its grounds. Also, the spacing of diners’ seating in the restaurant areas and pool areas have been optimised to ensure safe distancing.

Spacing barriers at the check in counter at Club Raro Resort.
Spacing barriers at the check in counter at Club Raro Resort

Clear Spacing Barriers: The lobby is spacious and naturally ventilated (as returning visitors will remember!), plus the front office now sports COVID-appropriate spacing signage and a hand sanitiser station.

Disinfected Keys: The resort staff makes it a point to provide clean, disinfected keys at the time of check-in. The staff has been trained in safe handling measures and keeps interaction to a minimum.

Keys being cleaned with industrial strength disinfectants at Club Raro Resort.
Go away germs – keys being cleaned with industrial strength disinfectants at Club Raro Resort.

Express Check-In & Check Out: The Club Raro Resort has now pushed for contactless payment and encourages prepayment to minimise contact. Additionally, electronic/cash-free methods of payment are preferred, for obvious reasons.

Increased Frequency of Cleaning & Disinfecting: Cleaning and disinfecting routines and frequency has been raised throughout the property, particularly in high-touch areas. The resort staff adheres to strict safety procedures while serving all food and beverages.

Clean Very Clean Linens: Concentrated cleaning of all linens, using high temperature drying of all linens.

COVID-safe cleaning and disinfection regimen at Club Raro Resort
COVID-safe cleaning and disinfection regimen in place

Room Remotes & Telephones: The resort staff will disinfect and individually clean the TV and AC units’ remotes with strong commercial disinfectant prior to and during your stay.

Boosting Air Circulation & Quality: There is increased maintenance and cleaning programmes for all air conditioning units installed in the accommodations and the ancillary buildings.

Club Raro staff and their minimal touch mandate as a part of COVID-safe practices.

The Door Seal of Cleanliness: Door seals are displayed confirming that the room has been cleaned and sanitised. The only person to remove the seal is you on entry to your room.

Team Training and Orientation: The hospitality team at Club Raro Resort has been provided with comprehensive hygiene training, including the correct wearing and removal of Personal Protection Equipment (PPE).

Club Raro Resort: Cook Islands Holidays

These, and more rules like these, are now in effect to ensure you and your family are safe when choosing a Cook Islands holiday at Club Raro Resort.

In fact, have you had an experience of Polynesian culture? Because, the Te Vara Nui village in Rarotonga puts on a fantastic tour where travellers can learn about the history and the richness of the island culture while on a village tour; then sit down for an epic buffet dinner and a show! Personally, we’re fans of it. Why don’t you check out our other blogs on Cook Islands to know what adventures can you sign up for?

You can learn more about Club Raro by checking out their resort page, or browse some of the freshest Cook Islands holiday deals and accommodations – our South Pacific Specialists keep it updated as soon as one drops. You can also discuss bespoke South Pacific holidays with us – just call us at 1300 991 751!

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