The Bahamas’ Cape Eleuthera Resort Is Reopening

bahamas cape eleutheraCape Eleuthera in The Bahamas.

Cape Eleuthera, the signature resort on the southern end of Eleuthera, is reopening in December, Caribbean Journal has learned.

The property will officially relaunch for guests on Dec. 18, General Manager Chris Morris confirmed.

The property has received the Bahamian government’s “Clean & Pristine” safety designation.

“Cape Eleuthera is a quiet piece of paradise with private beaches and no crowds. ‘Social distancing’ is in our DNA, and we offer a variety of activities for our guests to create their own vacation experience,” Morris said. “Whether looking for a long weekend, a week-long vacation with the family or a monthly getaway while working virtually, we have accommodations and offers to get you here.”

The property is a mix of two-bedroom marina villas, along with a collection of one-bedroom cottages.

The property’s marina can accommodate vessels of up to 200 feet; it’s also home to a provisions store, the Harbour Pointe restaurant and a boat rental outfit.

Oh, and a spectacular sandbar just off the coast.

For more, visit Cape Eleuthera.

– CJ


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