Holiday Inn SunSpree Resort Aruba Back to Normal Following Felix

The Holiday Inn SunSpree Resort Aruba sustained no damage resulting from Hurricane Felix, which passed to the north of the island earlier this week. "It's business as usual here in Aruba," said Raul Villagran, director of sales and marketing for Holiday Inn SunSpree Resorts Aruba & Jamaica, in a written statement. "Thankfully, we only felt the tropical storm-force winds in the outer bands of the storm, so there were some high waves, but no damage. If anything, the storm has proven to be a blessing as our beach is now wider and looks better than ever." Visit [www.aruba.sunspreeresorts.com].

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