Gansevoort Turks + Caicos to Reopen October 5 After Hurricanes

Gansevoort Turks + Caicos has announced that it will reopen Thursday, October 5, following the passage of Hurricane Irma and Hurricane Maria.

The luxury resort in Providenciales reports that it did not sustain any major damage from the two storms, and that the team has been hard at work completing beautification and landscaping projects around the property. The Turks and Caicos airport is now re-opened and many of the islands activities and restaurants will be resuming normal operations by end of September and early October, hotel officials said. Hotel officials also reported that, with the storms passing, Grace Bay Beach now has an expanded beachfront of new sand that has recently appeared. Fortunately, Hurricane Maria did not impact the island of Providenciales, as it was east of Turks and Caicos, hotel officials said.

Gansevoort Turks + Caicos, a Wymara Resort, has 91 ocean-view guestrooms and suites, as well as a 7,000 square foot infinity pool, Exhale Fitness + Spa, multiple restaurants, a fully-equipped fitness center and other luxurious amenities. The resort is located on the secluded western end of Grace Bay Beach.

Hurricane Maria is set to bring tropical storm conditions to North Carolina as it passes well to the east of the southeast coast of the United States over the next day or so.


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