Aruba Resort Offers Hurricane Protection for 2010 Season

The 600-room Holiday Inn Resort Aruba announced today that it has reinstated its “Risk-Free SunSpree” hurricane guarantee for the 2010 season.

This valuable program, offered for a fifth straight year, safeguards consumer purchases of resort stays during the entire Atlantic hurricane season– June 1 to November 30 – providing the following types of protection:

Guests holding confirmed reservations with non-refundable deposits who are unable to travel due to the closure of Reina Beatrix Aruba International Airport caused by a Category One or higher hurricane can rebook their reservations without penalty. A one-category room upgrade will also be provided based on space availability (excludes suites).

Should a Category One or higher hurricane interrupt resort operations for more than 24 hours, guests already on property will receive a certificate valid for a free future stay. Certificates will be valid for resort stays equal to the number of days that hotel operations are interrupted as determined by the Holiday Inn Resort Aruba.

Certificates must be redeemed within one calendar year from the date of issuance at the same resort where the original stay occurred. Free future stays will be awarded subject to space availability and certain blackout dates may apply.

Visit www.caribbeanhi.com/aruba.


 

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