Bayahibe: The Association of Hotels of Bayahibe reports that area hotels are operating normally. The association says they suffered only minor damages to landscaping that have already been repaired. Those traveling to Bayahibe, however, will be arriving via Punta Cana International Airport. While La Romana International Airport is operating normally, the Chavon River is impeding land travel. Central Romana and the Ministry of Public Works are at present installing a temporary bridge crossing after the usual bridge that spans the Chavon River was severely damaged by the large amount of water caused by the storm. Some reports say the bridge will be in place in as few as two days to resume traffic to this area. The association says that telecommunication systems are operating normally, and the hurricane did not affect the water or power systems in the area.
Juan Dolio and Boca Chica: Hotels in Juan Dolio and Boca Chica only suffered minorlandscaping damages. Major cleanup operations are in effect to clear all the tree branches and debris left by the storm waters as they flooded down the rivers.
Punta Cana: Major cleanup efforts are underway in Punta Cana to return the area to normalcy. The Association of Hotels of the East and the Ministry of Tourism report the status of the hotels is as follows:
Hotels in operation that suffered minor damages or damage to landscape where cleanup and repairs occurred immediately enabling hotel to remain open throughout are:
Melia Caribe Tropical
Punta Cana Princess
LTI Punta Cana
Iberostar Bavaro, Dominicana, Punta Cana
Bahia Principe Punta Cana
Grand Paradise (Amhsa)
Occidental Flamenco Punta Cana
Barcelo Palace Bavaro
Barcelo Bavaro Convention Center
Carabela Beach Resort
LTI Punta Cana
Riu complex (hotel complex not affected, but affected by flooding of roads in the area, some difficulty in access this week).
Hotels reopening this week are:
Palladium hotels (previously Fiesta chain)
Hotels closed for 15-day repairs are:
Occidental Allegro Punta Cana
Punta Cana Paradisus (some flooding at the first floor level and landscaping affected)
Punta Cana Breezes
Hotels to close for 30 days or more are:
Punta Cana Resort & Club (1 November reopening)
Club Med (1 November reopening)
Sunscape Bavaro Grand (30-day closure for repairs)
Princess hotels reportedly 90% in operation, with some areas needing 30 days to complete repairs
Hotels closed with no set opening date are:
Sirenis at Uvero Alto
Puerto Plata: Puerto Plata hotels suffered minor damages, mostly to beach-area structures and landscaping. Operations continue normally in the areas of Maimon, Cofresi, Playa Dorada, Puerto Plata. Cleanup proceeded quickly in Sosua and Cabarete and is expected to be completed by this week. <
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