More hotels get ready for reopening in the Caribbean

Zemi Beach House in Anguilla is reopening this winter.
Zemi Beach House in Anguilla is reopening this winter.

The list of hotel reopenings grows week by week as properties eye the coming peak season and ready their accommodations for, hopefully, what will be a steady stream of guests.

Here's the latest:

Bahamas:Warwick Paradise Island is set to reopen its doors on Nov. 21 with all-inclusive rates from $299 per room, per night, double, in an island-view room. The resort charges a $10 per person, per night resort fee not included in the room rate but is inclusive of the 12% VAT. Commission is 20% for rack rate reservations, 15% for promotional and seasonal packages and 10% for special government, military, AARP, AAA and senior traveler rates (65 and over).

Melia Nassau Beach reopens Nov. 22.

St. Martin: The reopening date for Secrets St. Martin has been pushed back to Nov. 13 from mid-October.

St. Barts:Le Toiny reopens Nov. 1; Villa Marie Hotel reopens Nov. 20; the Hotel Christopher reopens Nov. 23; and Le Sereno is scheduled for Dec. 17. Rosewood Le Guanahani St. Barth plans to open in the spring after being closed since Hurricane Irma in 2017.

Jamaica:Melia Braco Village and Beaches Ocho Rios both plan to reopen Dec. 18.

Anguilla:Zemi Beach House plans to reopen Dec. 14.

Turks and Caicos:Beaches Turks and Caicos is reopening Nov. 18.

Barbados:Fairmont Royal Pavilion is scheduled for Nov. 1.

Curacao:Dreams Curacao's new reopening date is Nov. 13, changed from Nov. 5.


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