In a major step for the recovery of Grand Bahama’s crucial tourism industry, the island’s Viva Wyndham Fortuna Beach Resort is reopening.
The all-inclusive resort will be reopening on Nov. 1, tourism officials confirmed to Caribbean Journal.
The property will be reopening with more than half of its rooms having been newly renovated.
When it reopens, it will be the first hotel in Grand Bahama to resume normal operations since Hurricane Dorian.
Viva Wyndham is Wyndham’s all-inclusive brand, with a footprint of resorts concentrated in The Bahamas and the Dominican Republic.
It’s one of several hotels set to come back on line over the next few months, including the Flaming Bay Hotel, which already reopened earlier this month.
Grand Bahama’s cruise sector has already rebounded, with dominant cruise line Carnival Cruise Line already running cruises to Freeport once again.
For more, visit the Viva Wyndham.