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The Jamaica Pegasus Hotel Invites Guests To Co[Me] Work in Kingston

The Jamaica Pegasus, a Kingston business hotel, continues to pivot its operations to best meet the needs of today’s increasingly mobile corporate world with the launch of new "Co[ME] Work" packages. The new packages target work-from-home professionals and students who could benefit from a change of scenery to spice up their typical workday. "Co[ME] Work" packages include the private use of guestrooms converted into office suites, with desks and conference tables replacing the hotel’s beds.

Puerto Rico Sets Reopening Date; Event Venues Unveil Safety Measures

As part of Puerto Rico's four-phased reopening plan, the island announced it will formally reopen for inbound tourism on July 15. It was the first U.S. entity to implement strict measures such as a curfew; currently, thorough cleanliness measures are in place Island-wide and enhanced policies are being implemented that follow the U.S. Travel Association health and safety guideline, along with locally enforced measures.

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Casa de Campo Extends Waiver of Attrition Fees

As the travel industry is being impacted by unprecedented times, Casa de Campo would like to do its part in helping to support the recovery of tourism by making things easier for you to plan ahead and maintain flexibility for your upcoming meetings and events.

The golf resort, located in La Romana, Dominican Republic, has extended the waiver of attrition fees, no cancellation penalties, no early departure fees and the following Casa de Campo Stimulus Package for all new group bookings traveling from June 1 to November 30, 2020: