How we plan on keeping you safe
Your room will be cleaned and sanitized in anticipation of your arrival. We are sure you will find everything to your liking as we are taking every measure to keep our guests safe.
It is our goal for you to be 100% safe and assured to come and stay at The Palm Leaf.
We are proud to carry the Health & Happiness seal provided by the Aruban government. This means The Palm Leaf is taking the necessary measures to ensure the health of our guests.
Enhanced cleaning protocol
We are taking various measures to provide a safe and clean environment for our guests. We have enhanced our cleaning protocol to include additional sanitation and cleaning routines. This enhanced cleaning protocol increases the cleaning and sanitation of all guest rooms and high-touch areas that affect guests and employees.
Other than our regular thorough cleaning standards, our staff is being instructed to be extra diligent in sanitizing guest rooms, including but not limited to: flat services and floors, remote controls, door knobs and door handles, window handles, light switches, keys, tables, microwave, refrigerator, toilet, faucets and sinks and air conditioners.
After every check out all sheets, duvets, pillow protectors, mattrass protectors and towels will be hot washed and machine (hot air) dried to kill any pathogens and the room will be aired out for 2 hours. The filters of the air conditioners will be cleaned regularly and thoroughly.
What you need to travel to Aruba
To maintain the safety and well-being of visitors and locals, new requirements are in place for visitors to be permitted to enter Aruba. There are also government mandated procedures for visitors, while staying in Aruba.
All visitors will be required to complete the online Embarkation/Disembarkation card process, and be approved, in order to be permitted entry to Aruba. (receive the green 'check')
Check following link to submit the ED Card of Aruba:
All visitors will be required to comply with the Government of Aruba procedures and protocols if showing symptoms and/or testing positive for COVID-19 while in Aruba.
For more information click this link for the latest travel updates and health requirements.