PAGET, Bermuda — After sustaining minimal impact from the weekend passing of Hurricane Gonzalo through Bermuda, the Elbow Beach Bermuda Resort has resumed normal business operations and is currently accepting guests.
The resort was evacuated prior to the storm’s arrival but received no major damage from the hurricane.
“We are operating under normal business conditions and are looking forward to welcoming guests without any further interruptions,” commented Ed Burns, Owner’s Representative at the Elbow Beach Bermuda Resort. “Our staff acted swiftly to prepare the resort for the hurricane and to ensure it is in great condition for our guests to return. It is a testament to their hard work that we are able to reopen so quickly.”
Elbow Beach, Bermuda is an intimate luxury resort featuring 98 guestrooms and suites spread amongst 50 acres of lush manicured gardens that slope down to its signature pink sand beach. One of Bermuda’s first hotel properties along the island’s South Shore, the hotel was re-opened on April 1, 2014 as an independent boutique resort under Edmund Burns’ direction. For more information on the resort as well as current getaway packages and meetings offerings, visit elbowbeachbermuda.com.