The top all-inclusive resort in Grand Bahama will be reopening in February, Caribbean Journal has learned.
The Lighthouse Pointe resort at the Grand Lucayan resort complex will be officially opening on Feb. 1, 2021.
The property will resume operation of its 196 room-property, along with four dining concepts, a spa, and a fitness center.
The resort will also be using its Convention Center and wedding gazebos for “intimate weddings and small groups.”
“We are delighted to welcome back our many legacy guests after 11 months of Coronavirus induced closure, and to all, we say, we are back,” expressed Chairman, Michael Scott, QC. “On behalf of myself and the Board of Directors we are truly thrilled to welcome you once again to our world-class resort. The added safety and security protocols and features will assure you a safe and happy experience giving you the peace and serenity our resort offers, as well as lure you into indulging in our many amenities and experiences; whether it be lounging on the beach, spear fishing, golf, the magnet of deep-sea fishing or just simply exploring the beautiful Island of Grand Bahama.”
The Bahamas is currently open for tourism.
For more, visit Lighthouse Pointe.