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Grand Hyatt Baha Mar: If Irma Hits, Get Out…No Sheltering Here. Atlantis – Pools and Beaches Open Today

The recently opened Grand Hyatt Baha Mar told guests on Tuesday that they will not be allowed to stay on property and would have to evacuate in the event that the hotel is determined to be in the direct path of Hurricane Irma. A copy of the letter from GM Scott Allen was delivered under… The post Grand Hyatt Baha Mar: If Irma Hits, Get Out…No Sheltering Here. Atlantis – Pools and Beaches Open Today appeared first on Point Me to the Plane.
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