Three resorts in the south of St. Lucia remain temporarily closed to guests as a result of damages from Hurricane Tomas at the end of October.

Although structurally intact, Coconut Bay Beach Resort & Spa in Vieux Fort, five minutes from Hewanorra Airport, has had sporadic water problems since the storm.

The all-inclusive property is scheduled to reopen by Dec. 15. In the meantime, guests are being accommodated at two Almond resorts: Morgan Bay and Smugglers Cove in the north of St. Lucia.

Ladera Resort near the Pitons on St. Lucia’s southwestern coast in Soufriere, one of the hardest-hit areas on the island, plans to reopen on Dec. 15.

Jalousie Plantation, located at the base of the Pitons, will reopen on Dec. 19. The resort had cosmetic damage as well as damage to the roads leading to the property.

Jalousie Plantation is scheduled to be rebranded in 2011 as the Tides Sugar Beach, Kor Hotel Group’s first Caribbean resort with the Tides brand.

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