Caribbean resorts reopen for the vacations: Journey Weekly

The resorts greet their guests for the upcoming holiday season. Here is the latest series of reopenings:

Club Med Miches Playa Esmeralda in the Dominican Republic opens on December 19th. Located in the still relatively undiscovered Miches region northwest of Punta Cana, this sparse resort is surrounded by nature and extends over 50 acres.

Club Med Miches debuted in January with four boutique “villages” with different concepts – wellness, adventure, kid-friendly, and adults-only – and offers a range of guest activities, from treetop yoga and bespoke spa treatments to flying Trapeze and movies under the stars.

Park Hyatt St. Kitts, which reopened on November 1st, was followed by the reopening of its Sugar Mill Spa & Sanctuary, formerly Miraval Life in Balance Spa, on December 1st. The design of the spa includes a living wall, a palm-fringed courtyard and native tropical flowers. The spa experience offers meditation and yoga classes. The complex is mixed with the typical scents of mint, lemongrass and basil of the spa.

“We know that 2020 brought a lot of stress and unhappiness to people everywhere,” said Marc Schneider, General Manager of the resort. “Our redesigned spa offers a special place where guests can heal and restore body and soul.”

Major Nassau resorts like Atlantis, Grand Hyatt Baha Mar, and Sandals Royal Bahamian have their reopening dates scheduled, but other reopenings in the Bahamas include the French Leave Resort on Eleuthera, which opens December 15; Grand Isle Resort & Spa on Exuma, opening December 17th; and Sandals Emerald Bay on Exuma, which opens February 1st.