Grand Bahama’s tourism comeback has begun in earnest.
After major cruise lines like Bahamas Paradise and Carnival have already resumed sailings to the destination, a number of hotels have also reopened their doors in Grand Bahama.
That includes the Lighthouse Pointe all-inclusive, along with hotels like Pelican Bay, Ocean Reef, Taino Beach and the Castaways Resort and Suites. according to a recently-released statement by the Grand Bahama Island Tourist Board.
Other accommodations that have reopened include the Dundee Bay Villas, the Paradise Cove, The Village Bahamia; Royal Islander; Bell Channel Inn and the Sunrise Resort and Suites.
Several other hotels will also be relaunching in the next few months: that includes the popular Old Bahama Bay, which is reopening Nov. 1, and the Island Seas Resort, which will return on Nov. 15.
Last week, Grand Bahama’s Viva Wyndham announced that it would be reopening on Dec. 10.
It’s a rapid recovery and major step for Grand Bahama’s crucial tourism sector only two months after Hurricane Dorian.