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Storm-damaged Sandals and Beaches resorts to reopen in early fall...CHECK YOUR WEDDING DATE!


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#1 Soon2BNJersey

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    Posted 30 August 2011 - 07:39 AM

    The Sandals Royal Bahamian in Nassau and the Beaches Turks & Caicos remain closed due to Hurricane Irene.

    The Sandals resort will reopen Sept. 28, and the Beaches property will reopen Oct. 6.

    Both resorts are cleaning up landscape damage and property debris following the hurricane that passed through the region on Aug. 24 and 25.

    Guests holding reservations prior to the reopening dates will be relocated to another Sandals or Beaches, pending availability.

    Guests may revise their bookings without penalty and will have their current rate honored for up to one year after their original travel dates (excluding blackout periods).

    If guests cannot immediately reschedule their travel, the cost of the original stay will be credited toward a future booking, good for one year.

    Guests who want to keep the same trip dates and travel to another destination are advised to work directly with the airlines regarding waivers on change fees.

    Sandals and Beaches will absorb the change fees up to $150 per ticket for guests who want to rebook at resorts in Antigua, Jamaica, Bahamas or St. Lucia. 


    ACTUAL ARTICLE: http://www.travelwee...-in-early-fall/



    #2 Chestnutblonde

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      Posted 02 September 2011 - 02:01 PM

      Thanks for posting this information. While I am not affected by this storm and resort closures, it's good that ppl of the forum are able to provide useful info.

      #3 Soon2BNJersey

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        Posted 03 September 2011 - 07:33 PM

        Your welcome,

         

        I don't know what I would have done without this forum.  I would want another bride to let ME know if something happened that would effect that special day.  I hope that no one was effected by the change. 

         

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        Originally Posted by Chestnutblonde 

        Thanks for posting this information. While I am not affected by this storm and resort closures, it's good that ppl of the forum are able to provide useful info.


         






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