Grand Isle Resort & Spa: We want to help support and rebuild the Caribbean

Grand Isle Resort & Spa: We want to help support and rebuild the Caribbean

Grand Isle Resort & Spa in Exuma, Bahamas, is grateful to announce that we were spared from Hurricane Irma’s damage. Most importantly, all the members of our team remained safe throughout the storm. As one of the most solidly constructed hotels in the Caribbean, Sandra invited her team and their families to stay at the property to ensure their safety.

“Our hearts break over the catastrophic loss from hurricane Irma. Thankfully, Grand Isle sustained no damage and we want to help support and rebuild the Caribbean,” Sandra Grisham-Clothier, General Manager.

Our thoughts and prayers continue to be with those affected by the hurricane, and we look forward to welcoming you back soon!

“Everyone was nervous and praying for the best outcome. After hearing about the devastation that some islands suffered, and then coming out early morning to find no damage, there were loads of hugs and prayers. We are all thankful for our good fortune,” says Sandra.

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Grand Isle Resort & Spa is partnering with Tourism Cares and the Caribbean Tourism Recovery Fund to help support those affected by Irma. Irma was one of the strongest hurricanes ever measured, inflicting historic and catastrophic damage across the Caribbean. Many hotels and attractions are suffering and will continue to do so for months and possibly years to come. The impact varies from island to island. Fortunately, Grand Isle Resort was not affected and are proud to be able to support and help rebuild one of the most beautiful regions in the world.


Grand Isle is donating 15% of all reservations to the Caribbean Tourism Recovery Fund from guests booking by November 30 and staying between September 29 and March 21, 2018.

Author: Chief Assignment Editor

Chief Assignment Duty Editor based in Honolulu

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