The Lighthouse Pointe all-inclusive resort in Grand Bahama is planning to relaunch in March, Caribbean Journal has learned.
The Grand Bahama resort has targeted a March 25 reopening date.
The property will resume operation of its 196 guest rooms, four dining concepts and its Senses Spa and Fitness Center.
“We are delighted to welcome back our many legacy guests after 12 months of Coronavirus induced closure, and to all, we say, we are back!,” said the resort’s chairman, Michael Scott. “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 resort’s amenities also include the Reef golf course, along with access to biking and historic trails, birdwatching and the nearby Port Lucaya Marketplace.
For more, visit Lighthouse Pointe.