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.