The Lighthouse Pointe resort has officially reopened in Grand Bahama, Caribbean Journal has confirmed.
The all-inclusive resort at the Grand Lucayan complex has begun what is expected to be a phased reopening.
For now, the property has 200 rooms available for guests, with a number of restaurants now open for guests as well.
Irma Lewis, The Bahamas’ MP for Central Grand Bahama, said the reopening was a great start for Grand Bahama’s bounce back from both Hurricane Dorian and the pandemic.
“This government is committed to a better Grand Bahama,” Lewis said. “And this is definitely good news for Grand Bahama.”
In other news for the Grand Lucayan, Royal Caribbean International President announced this week that the company would be moving forward with plans to purchase and redevelop the Grand Lucayan resort complex.