The team at Club Las Calas has a very warm welcome waiting for you!
The health & safety of all our guests and our staff remains paramount to us. In line with guidelines from the Spanish Government and local health authorities we have implemented best practice and strict protocols to minimise the risk of the transmission of COVID-19.
This will mean that the holiday experience we provide may look and feel a little different for a while, but we ask that you comply with the rules and regulations in place for the health and safety of us all.
Please find below some useful information which help to make your journey and arrival at Las Calas as trouble free as possible. However, as advice and guidelines both locally and internationally are changing all the time, it is imperative that you check the updated travel advice for Spain/ The Canary Islands and your country of origin BEFORE YOU TRAVEL.
BEFORE YOU ARRIVE:
It is mandatory for all passengers travelling to Spain to fill out and sign an online form 48 hours prior to travel, providing the Spanish Ministry of Health with contact information and details of any known history of exposure to COVID-19. You can do this on the Spain Travel Health website or downloadable app https://www.spth.gob.es/
On completion, you will be issued a personal and non-transferable QR code which you must show (electronically or hardcopy) at airport health controls on arrival.
On arrival at Lanzarote airport you will have a temperature check and undergo a visual health assessment
For people travelling to the Canary Islands from the UK it is no longer mandatory for travellers to have a negative Covid 19 test to enter the Country. To check-in at the resort you must show proof you have received both doses of a covid 19 vaccination within the past 12 months. Or proof you have received at least one dose of a covid 19 vaccination at least 15 days before checking in, or show proof of a negative antigen or PCR test taken no more than 72 hours before.
Up to date information can be found on the FCDO website: https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/spain
MASKS are no longer mandatory outdoors if a distance of 1.5 can be observed BUT you must carry a mask with you at all times so it can be worn when required. The use of marks is still mandatory indoors, on public transport, in taxis and in open-air situations, such as crowded streets or large events if a safe distance of 1.5 metres cannot be maintained. Non-compliance of these regulations could result in a €100 fine
On entering reception, plastic disposable gloves and a hand sanitising station will be provided at the reception door. Hand sanitisers are also distributed around the resort for the health and safety of everyone on-site.
Wherever possible we ask that you pay your utility fee by Credit card and where possible payment will be contactless.
Your apartment will have been thoroughly cleaned and sanitised prior to your arrival. Due to the additional cleaning we are undertaking it is highly unlikely we will be able to accommodate an early check-in. Check in time is 16:00.
DURING YOUR STAY
To keep everyone safe the maids will only come into your apartment and complete a mid-week clean, check the information sheet in your apartment. This will include a towel and linen change. When the maid is cleaning you will need to vacate the apartment.
Maintenance will only go into the apartment for necessary repairs. The Maintenance team will ask you to vacate the apartment and they will sanitise going in and out.
To comply with social distancing regulations the sunbeds will be set out to allow for social distancing regulations of 2 metres between each family. Only people occupying your apartment or family group will be allowed to sit together.
Guests from other apartments should not be invited into your apartment.
New regulations regarding smoking/vaping have been introduced. Smoking and vaping is not allowed whilst walking along the street or in a bar and restaurant, only in designated smoking areas and the smoker must be 2 metres away from anyone.
When eating or drinking inside a Food and Beverage facility the establishment will request a track and trace form is completed, name, address, passport number, date, arrival and departure time.
The maximum number of people who can gather at any one time will be dependent on what level of alert the island is on at time of travel.
Onsite facilities will be available subject to local restrictions and occupancy levels at your time of travel.
The situation will be constantly monitored, and we will start to re-open more of the on-site facilities as soon as we can safely do so in line with the Government’s and local public health guidelines.
Not all restaurants and bars outside the resort are open at this time. For those that are open, strict regulations currently apply, so you may need to book a table in advance.
Shops and supermarkets also remain under strict regulations. Masks must be worn in all shops and supermarkets. Social distancing remains in place at the tills. Shops have a limited number of people entering so you may have to queue outside.
Before you head home you need to fill in the UK government form https://www.gov.uk/provide-journey-contact-details-before-travel-uk and receive the QR code.
As this is an ever-changing situation, we recommend that you check updated travel advice and restrictions for Spain / The Canary Islands and your country of origin BEFORE YOU TRAVEL.