- Hotels will welcome their first guests in June
- TUI Blue Montafon to open in July, earlier than planned
The restart of tourism in Europe is gradually picking up speed again. In Austria, the hotels of the TUI brands are ready for a rapid resumption of operations in summer. In a first step, the hotels will open for guests from Austria, but as soon as the authorities give the green light for cross-border travel, they will again welcome international holidaymakers from all over Europe. In Germany and Austria there is already a positive booking trend for TUI hotels. TUI is present in Austria with three hotels of the lifestyle brand TUI Blue and three Robinson Clubs.
Among the six hotels there is the new TUI Blue Montafon, which will open on 24 July. The new lifestyle hotel in the area of Schruns-Tschagguns appeals to activity-oriented holidaymakers and mountain fans. It offers plenty of possibilities to hikers, mountain bikers and outdoor enthusiasts. Earlier, on the 10th of June TUI Blue Schladming will be the first hotel to reopen. The two Robinson Clubs Amadé (19 June) and Landskron (20 June) will follow. Also in June, the TUI Blue Fieberbrunn (26 June) and the Robinson Club Schlanitzen Alm (27 June) will open again for their guests. The new TUI Blue Montafon will follow in July.
The TUI Group has set up a 10-point plan for the reopening of its TUI branded hotels, which complies with the highest hygiene standards and aims to guarantee customers a safe and enjoyable stay. It includes measures in terms of hotel organisation, capacity management and hygiene standards. The plan also includes intensive training of local staff. The new standards will not only be introduced in the Group's own hotel brands such as TUI Blue, Robinson or TUI Magic Life, but will also be implemented to the Group's joint ventures and contracted hotel partners. It is part of a comprehensive package of measures for all service components of travel and hotel accommodation.
TUI Group is also ready to restart travel activities in other European countries as soon as the governments will give their green light. In addition to Austria, Spain (in particular Majorca), Greece, Cyprus, Croatia and Bulgaria are also ready for the imminent opening of the season.