- Center Parcs closed sites temporarily on March 20 due to the coronavirus crisis
- Leisure resort said their would be 'enhanced cleaning' across all its five villages
- Subtropical Swimming Paradise and Aqua Sana Spa would reopen from July 27
- Guests on three or four-night break will only be able to book two sessions in pool
- Will also have to arrive to pool with their swimwear underneath their clothes
Center Parcs has reopened its five UK holiday villages more than three months after it was forced to close due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The leisure company, which announced it would be closing its sites temporarily from March 20 amid the 'exceptional circumstances' that the nation was now in, will once again welcome guests to its villages from today.
The company's bosses added that the Subtropical Swimming Paradise and Aqua Sana Spa areas would remain off limits until July 27 in line with government advice.
However those looking to use the pool from this date will only be able to book two slots, each of which last two hours, if they are on a three or four-night holiday.
They will also need to arrive 15 minutes before their booked session with their swimwear underneath their clothes.
Bron en hele artikel: daily mail
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