AN UPDATE ON EVERY PLACE WE CALL HOME

While there are signs of travel everywhere we look, we realize much of the world is still in flux. We’re sharing real-time updates on the communities we call home, how to access them, and what you should be aware of before traveling.

 

For specific questions or inquiries, contact us at info@cuvee.com or 720.833.4533.


UNITED STATES

Colorado | Aspen, Vail, Beaver Creek

You can access and travel to the Colorado Rockies without restrictions.

Masks and social distancing are required in public throughout Colorado.

 

Hawaii

Currently, trans-Pacific travelers to Hawaii are required to quarantine for 14-days upon arrival to the Hawaiian Islands. It is anticipated this requirement will be lifted on or after September 1, 2020.

After September 1, upon entry to Hawaii you will be required to demonstrate a negative NAAT COVID-19 test taken within 72-hours of arrival to Hawaii.

Masks and social distancing are required in public throughout Hawaii.


BAHAMAS

The Bahamas reopened for tourism on July 1, 2020. Currently, American travelers can only access the Bahamas via private charter or private boat as commercial air in and out of the Bahamas is currently restricted.

Upon arrival to Bahamian ports or airports, you are required to demonstrate proof of negative COVID-19 results taken within 72 hours of arrival to the Bahamas.

In addition, travelers will be required to complete an electronic health visa prior to departure and present proof of confirmation at their destination. Your temperature will be taken upon arrival as well.

All travelers (Private and Commercial) must quarantine for 14 days when they arrive in the Bahamas.

Quarantine is defined as staying on hotel property, which excludes any sea activity (wave runners, boating, fishing, wake boarding, etc.) and any excursions to neighboring islands.

Last week, evening curfews of 7PM to 5AM were imposed.


ST. BARTS

Visitors are welcome to travel to St. Barts as long as they demonstrate a negative RT-PCR COVID-19 test (this is taken within 72 hours of their arrival. 

To access St. Barts, you can fly commercially and privately into the following airports:

  • San Juan (SJU): You must show a negative RT-PCR COVID-19 test upon arrival to SJU.
  • St. Maarten (SXM) – private flights only until 8/1/20: You must show a negative RT-PCR COVID-19 test upon arrival to SXM.
  • Antigua (ANU): You must show a negative RT-PCR COVID-19 test upon arrival to ANU.

From any one of these islands, Cuvée can assist you with arranging your Tradewind or St. Barts charter flight.

Masks and social distancing are required in public throughout St. Barts.


TUSCANY

European citizens are welcome to travel throughout Italy and Tuscany. American residents cannot yet visit Italy.

Masks and social distancing are required in public throughout Italy.


LOS CABOS

Los Cabos is welcoming international visitors and their international air terminal is open once again. They are also continuing to add to the list of activities that are permitted by the government. Some of these include:

  • Full-service restaurants
  • Rental villas with all services provided within the property
  • Terrestrial and Nautical tourism activities (sports fishing, whale watching, snorkeling, kayaking, paddle boarding, and more.)
  • Beaches and parks

Masks and social distancing are required in public throughout Los Cabos.


COVID-19:
CUVÉE CLEANING + SANITIZATION

We’ve implemented preventative protocols at each and every Cuvée villa and destination, including deep sanitizing and disinfecting cleans pre-, post- and during stays using hospital-grade cleaning products, onsite service provider health checks, virtual concierge where preferred and masks and social distancing required for all onsite service providers.

In addition, we are requiring 24-hour spacing between stays to allow for thorough cleaning services to be provided.

We will customize and tailor our specifications to meet the needs and requests of every single client and look forward to creating remarkable experiences for you, despite the limitations and concerns surrounding COVID-19.