Despite being hit by Hurricane Gonzalo, a category 2 storm, Bermuda tourism officials are advising agents and their clients that the island is “ready, willing and able to welcome visitors.”
The L.F. Wade International Airport (BDA), as well as the causeway, the main road serving the airport, both reopened Sunday (Oct. 19). Additionally, all of Bermuda’s hotel properties are open and able to accept guests. Cruise ship calls to the island resume today (Oct. 22) with the arrival of the Celebrity Infinity.
“Once again, Bermuda has shown it is built to last in the face of severe weather like Hurricane Gonzalo,” said Bermuda Tourism Authority CEO Bill Hanbury. “The co-operation of the public and private sectors along with the tenacity of Bermuda’s people are putting this island paradise back on its feet at incredible speed. All of us are ready to get back to work doing what we do best – welcoming visitors.”