Spain is still trying to negotiate safe corridors for the Balearic Islands and Canary Islands for the Winter Season.
Imserso brings around 160,000 pensioners to the Balearic Islands every year, but because of the coronavirus pandemic there will be no tourism program for the elderly this year.
There are hotels bravely still open, full marks, but let’s have a smile please.
The 230 hotels are ones which are affiliated to the Majorca Hoteliers Federation.
The hoteliers federation is still hoping for some "reactivation" next month.
FEHM says hotel occupancy levels in August and September will depend on whether the British Government lifts its quarantine measures.
The departure of Hyatt means the resort will now be managed the Cap Vermell brand.
Hotels opening much earlier in Soller.
Hoteliers in Majorca say they're receiving more cancellations than bookings.
Jaume Salas, President of the Pollensa hoteliers association.
The modification to the Decree Law is being made at the request of Podemos.
The hotel is now owned by footballer, Lionel Messi through a company managed by his brother Rodrigo.
Spain's Health Minister, Salvador Illa may vito plans to bring 3,000 tourists to Majorca in June for a hotel pilot project.
Majorca's hotels are highly attractive to investment funds, and prices could now make them even more so.
Hotels are not obliged to close, but they are now faced with the inevitable.
Hotels in Majorca say coronavirus has decimated bookings.
Hotels in Majorca say they won't open until June.
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