Viva Wyndham Resorts has reopened its all-inclusive Viva Wyndham Fortuna Beach resort, located in Freeport, Grand Bahama.
After implementing new health and safety protocols and working with Bahamian government to adopt their new Bahamas Travel Health Visa, the resort is ready to open its doors to guests once again and provide the same exceptional amenities and services it is known for.
With steep discount promotions to celebrate the reopening, Viva Wyndham Fortuna Beach remains the best value vacation in the Bahamas.
With 26 acres of secluded beachfront property, "social distancing at Viva Wyndham Fortuna Beach is a breeze," the hotel says.
"It’s the perfect place to stretch out and relax while enjoying some well-deserved sunshine and vitamin sea," reads company statement.
The resort includes an oceanfront pool, jacuzzi, sauna, multiple bars and restaurants, as well as a spa, gym, theatre, full childcare amenities and kiddy splash park.
As the resort boasts more than 4,000 feet of pristine white-sand beaches, more than 70 per cent of rooms have ocean views.
It’s perfect for all traveller types, but especially those looking for active, healthy vacations that go beyond the room. It’s also a haven for watersport enthusiasts, including divers looking to explore world-renowned dive spots and families in search of summer vacation fun for everyone.
Given the picturesque, romantic setting, it’s also idyllic for couples. For those hoping to tie the knot, custom wedding packages are available.
“Viva Wyndham is excited to finally welcome guests back to our Fortuna Beach resort, a beautiful destination that’s just minutes away from the U.S.,” said Amanda Santana, Viva Wyndham’s Executive Vice President of Sales and Marketing. “As the only true all-inclusive resort on Grand Bahamas Island, Viva Wyndham Fortuna Beach is the premier choice for value-driven travellers who are looking to experience the best that the island has to offer.”
Health & safety
Along with onsite medical teams and COVID testing, direct bookings also include complimentary insurance.
With these measures in place, the resort is able to offer a vast selection of land and water sports, such as sailing, paddle boarding, introductory diving lessons, kayaking, windsurfing, flying trapeze, tennis, archery, cycling, paintball, and much more. There’s something for every age and interest, including cooking and cocktail classes, dance lessons, wellness classes, live nightly entertainment, and a children’s club with a whole suite of activities for ages 3-12.
As part of Viva Wyndham’s efforts to reopen the resort, the company fully encourages guests to fill out and complete the Bahamas Travel Health Visa (BTHV).
The BTHV can be filled out electronically and ensures guests can safely enter the country and enjoy a memorable, stress-free vacation. The application form and more information can be found at www.travel.gov.bs.
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