Resort reopenings crowd the Caribbean calendar: Journey Weekly

As autumn approaches the Caribbean winter season, more and more hotels are putting the pillows on the pillows, setting up the lounge chairs, and refilling the bars to reopen the plumbing doors, guest rooms, and pools. Restaurants, fitness centers, yoga pavilions, and souvenir shops.

Here’s the latest:

The Four Seasons Resort Nevis will reopen on November 1st after a six-month closure. During that time, resort staff helped feed frontline workers, donate clothing to those in need in the community, collect backpacks for school children, and organize cleanups at the resort to pick up trash and other debris on the property.

The resort with 189 rooms and suites and more than 50 villas has newly designed rooms, three infinity pools, three kilometers of beach, a championship golf course, a tennis center and several restaurants and offers a package for a longer stay as well as workcation programs with remote control learning support for families with children.

In the Dominican Republic, AMResorts kicked off October with the reopening of Dreams Dominicus La Romana and Dreams Punta Cana. By the end of the month, AMResorts will have eight resorts back in operation in the DR, including Zoetry Agua Punta Cana, Dreams Palm Beach Punta Cana, Sunscape Puerto Plata, Secrets Royal Beach Punta Cana, Dreams Macao Beach Punta Cana, and Secrets Cap Cana Resort & Spa .

Also in the DR, the 670-room Viva Wyndham Dominicus Beach was reopened in La Romana with renovated rooms, lobby, four pools and several restaurants. Club Med Punta Cana will reopen on October 17th.

In the Bahamas, Abaco Beach Resort in Marsh Harbor will reopen on November 1st after a major renovation and expansion of its 94 rooms, suites and condominiums following Hurricane Dorian. The resort’s Boat Harbor marina now includes 200 berths, an electricity upgrade, and a gas station.

Club Med La Caravelle in Guadeloupe will reopen on December 12th, although the national border has not yet been opened to visitors.

Club Med Turkoise in Turks and Caicos Islands on Grace Bay Beach welcomes its guests on November 28th.

Petit St. Vincent Resort, the 115 acre private island resort of 22 one and two bedroom cottages in St. Vincent and the Grenadines, will reopen on November 1st.

Sandals heralds five more resort openings this month: Sandals Grenada; South Coast sandals and Royal Plantation sandals in Jamaica; Sandals Royal Barbados and Turks & Caicos Beaches.

Grande Antigua sandals; Montego Bay sandals; Royal Caribbean sandals; Sandals Negril; Sandals Grande St. Lucian and Sandals Regency LaToc have already opened, bringing a total of 11 resorts to the region.

Correction: Club Med La Caravelle repoens on December 12th and Club Med Turkoise on November 28th again. In an earlier version of this article, incorrect data was included.