GRAND BAHAMA ISLAND, Bahamas – Nov. 10, 2016 – Grand Lucayan, the award-winning Caribbean resort offering guests an authentic Bahamian experience, opened its doors Monday following temporary closure as a result of Hurricane Matthew. Beginning with the re-opening of Lighthouse Pointe, Grand Lucayan hopes to have the entire property operational by February 2017.
“Our staff have worked tirelessly to get Grand Lucayan ready for our guests,” said Veronica Clarke, hotel manager. “We are so thrilled to be open and can’t wait for our guests to enjoy our pools, beach, spa, golf and dining options.”
196-room Lighthouse Pointe, the traditionally all-inclusive portion of the resort, will temporarily play host to all guests, whether or not an all-inclusive package is booked. Venues including Waves Pool Bar, Portobello’s, Pizzeria Capri and Aroma Café are open. A new Sunday champagne brunch, served from noon until 4pm is now offered along with a Fish Fry Party every Wednesday evening, featuring live entertainment, and ‘Welcome Back’ Bahamian Cuisine nights on Fridays. Additionally, the Convention Center and wedding gazebos are fully functional and ready to host weddings and groups. The Robert Trent Jones Jr.-designed Reef Course also fared well and looks forward to hosting players. The remainder of the resort, including Breaker’s Cay, the Lanai Suites and additional dining venues, will be open in the first quarter of next year.
For more information on Grand Lucayan, please visit www.GrandLucayan.com
About Grand Lucayan, Bahamas
Located on Grand Bahama Island, Grand Lucayan, Bahamas has 738
guestrooms and suites and is situated along an expansive 7.5-acre beach
with views of the turquoise Caribbean Sea. Just 55 miles off the coast
of Florida, Grand Lucayan, Bahamas offers some of the finest amenities
in the Caribbean. Guests enjoy spacious accommodations, a selection of
restaurants, swimming pools, four tennis courts – all offering Grand
Slam surfaces, a 25,000 square-foot Senses Spa & Fitness Center,
18-hole championship golf course – The Reef Course, designed by Robert
Trent Jones Jr., and 90,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor meeting
space and a Las Vegas-style casino. Like us on Facebook, facebook.com/grandlucayan or follow us on Twitter, @grandlucayan.