One of the Caribbean’s top all-inclusive hotels is relaunching next month, Caribbean Journal has learned.
Antigua’s Curtain Bluff resort will reopen its doors on Oct. 24, the property confirmed.
The all-inclusive on the stunning south coast of Antigua will be reopening with a series of new health and safety protocols, from enhanced sanitization of guest rooms to enforced physical distancing to frequent disinfecting of high-touch surfaces.
The family-owned resort has a total of 72 rooms and suites, all set along the property’s iconic Surf Beach.
That includes the resort’s Hulford Collection, Curtain Bluff’s two most luxurious suites.
Curtain Bluff is also making a doctor available on call to guests for a fee.
Antigua and Barbuda first reopened its tourism sector in the first week of June.