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Grand Lucayan Resort

Grand Lucayan, the award-winning resort offering guests an authentic Bahamian experience, proudly announces the Feb. 1, 2021 reopening of Lighthouse Pointe, the brand's all-inclusive offering, with rates starting at $220.

The Cove at Atlantis

Atlantis Paradise Island announces the reopening of the Bahamian resort destination's luxury hotel, The Cove, on February 11, 2021. Nestled along a protected cove between two private white sand beaches and offering exclusive experiences and personalized service, the elega nt retreat is perfect for luxury travelers, from couples seeking a romantic getaway to families and friends in need of a relaxing oasis.

Baha Mar

Baha Mar, home to iconic oceanfront resorts, Grand Hyatt, Rosewood, and SLS, reopens today to international travelers, marking the resort destination's steadfast commitment to a strong future for The Bahamas and its hospitality and tourism industry.

Hyatt Residence Club Dorado, Hacienda Del Mar

After a three-year recovery and rebuilding effort, the associates at Hyatt Residence Club Dorado, Hacienda Del Mar located in Dorado, Puerto Rico, are excited to welcome back owners, members and guests to this beautifully renovated oceanfront resort beginning tomorrow, December 19.

Frutt Mountain Resort

In the heart of Central Switzerland and only 40 km from Lucerne, Frutt Mountain Resort, newly managed by Kempinski Hotels, will welcome ski and nature lovers in the midst of a winter wonderland from 19 December 2020.

ME Dubai

ME Dubai, an architectural masterpiece and one of the world's most talked about openings of the year, is excited to announce its reopening on 28th November 2020. Home to world-class cultural programming, innovative culinary experiences and breath-taking design by Zaha Hadid Architects (ZHA), the hotel is situated in The Opus by Omniyat building and is the latest addition to Dubai's iconic skyline located in the heart of the Burj Khalifa district.

Four Seasons Resort Seychelles

Four Seasons Resort Seychelles has re-opened its doors this November, welcoming back guests to enjoy the picturesque surroundings of Petite Anse bay, with Seychelles now welcoming a number of international travellers as per the government's latest travel advisory.