New Boutique Hotels

Where to Travel in the Americas This Summer amid COVID-19

19 Jun , 2020  

Your best option of where to stay during COVID-19 is in a Boutique Hotel

Looking to travel in the upcoming months but not sure where you are able to? These boutique hotels located in popular vacation destinations allow tourists to travel and are taking extra precautions to ensure the safety of their visitors.

DISCLAIMER: While travel is available, many countries advise against non-essential travel. If you decide to travel, be safe, wear a mask, and practice social distancing.

Getaway to Mexico

On June 1, Mexico opened its country allowing travelers to visit. As of now, anyone can fly into Mexico, and starting July 21, the border between Mexico and the United States will open, allowing all types of travel.


A popular winter vacation destination, Cancun offers different activities for all types of travelers. Spend your day relaxing at the sandy beaches, golfing at one of fifteen golf courses, or taking part in its bustling nightlife.

Los Cabos

If you’re looking for a vacation full of both relaxation and exercise, Los Cabos offers both. With year-round warm weather, it is always a perfect time to lay by the beach or go hiking and ziplining in the mountains.


Full of coral reefs and colourful fish, Cozumel is one of the best places for water recreation. If you prefer to stay on land, you can also find some of the ancient Mayan ruins on this island.


Trip to Canada

Canada’s travelling restrictions are similar to Mexico, but the country plans to reopen borders on July 21st. Travelers can fly into most cities, but the country has set guidelines everyone must follow when visiting, including wearing masks.


Vancouver is the perfect vacation spot if you are looking for a little bit of everything. Spend one day in the mountains, one day in the city, and one day at the ocean- and also make sure you try the fresh, local seafood.


If you want a vacation full of shopping, nightlife, and art, Toronto is the place for you.


You’ll feel like you’re in France when walking through Montréal. Located in Québec, a predominately French-speaking province, Montréal is filled with French culture and European architecture. They’re also famously known for their food.


Explore the Caribbean

Islands in the Caribbean have set individual dates on when they will reopen to travellers. Saint Lucia opened their island beginning June 4, Saint Barth’s plans to open starting June 22, and Turks and Caicos Islands will open their airport July 22 and their ports August 31.

Saint Lucia

If you want to get away to a beautiful and quiet island, there is no better place than Saint Lucia. Not only are the beaches and rainforests that cover this island breathtaking, but Sulphur Springs, the only drive-in volcano in the world is located here.

St. Barts (Saint Barthélemy)

If you prefer to spend your vacation indulging in delicious food and hanging out with wildlife, visit St. Barths.

Turks and Caicos Islands

Home to the world’s best beaches, Turks and Caicos is a widely popular destination spot. Take advantage of the perfect weather and blue ocean by diving and snorkelling.


Visit the Coasts of the United States

While non-essential travel is prohibited in the United States, if you are within the country’s borders you can still travel in the country.

East Coast:

Boston, Massachusetts

Boston is a must-see place for any history buff. Famously known as one of the United States’ most historic cities, Boston is also known for being one of the country’s sea-food capitals.

Portland, Maine

If you prefer forests, mountains, or the ocean, Maine has it all. Spend every day of your vacation doing something different, while also eating some delicious seafood.

West Coast:

Napa Valley, California

Napa Valley is any wine lover’s dream. Commonly known as “Wine Country,” Napa Valley is home to over 500 wineries and over 125 restaurants.

Lake Tahoe, California

Located on the border of California and Nevada, nothing beats the scenery of Lake Tahoe. Spend your days on the lake, at the casinos, or enjoying much of the entertainment Lake Tahoe has to offer.

Written by Hannah Brody