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Business as usual at Fairmont Southampton following Hurricane Nicole

Fairmont Southampton
Fairmont Southampton has returned to business as usual following Hurricane Nicole, which passed over Bermuda Thursday, October 13. As of Friday, October 14, full services have resumed at the resort, with recreational facilities such as the beach club, Willow Stream Spa, and Turtle Hill Golf Club open. The resort’s restaurants and lounges have also resumed normal operations.

Fairmont Southampton did not sustain any significant damage as a result of Hurricane Nicole, and clean-up is well underway.  

To ensure the safety and security of its guests and colleagues, the hotel team followed a comprehensive hurricane preparedness plan, and the property was well equipped to handle the storm. Many homes on the island of Bermuda have lost power and island officials are currently assessing any other damage. To assist local residents, Fairmont Southampton is offering reduced rates for those who wish to move into the hotel until power is restored.  

“With Hurricane Nicole behind us, the fall continues to be a wonderful time to visit Bermuda,” said Shelley Meszoly, Regional Director of Sales and Marketing. “It is business as usual at Fairmont Southampton. We encourage anyone considering a visit to Bermuda to move forward with their travel plans and hope to see the guests whose trips may have been postponed back on the island very soon.”

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