September 16th Update

It has been reported that St. Barth’s Gustav III airport has reopened for commercial operations and is accepting flights from carriers such as Air Antilles (out of Guadeloupe) and Tradewind Aviation (out of San Juan). 

Electricity has been restored in Gustavia and St. Jean and the island’s water production is back to normal levels. 

French president Emmanuel Macron visited the country on Wednesday to assess the damage and bring supplies.

Updates from individual hotels:

  • Cheval​ ​Blanc​ ​St-Barth​ ​Isle​ ​De​ ​France:​ ​Closed for annual renovation. Expected to open October 20th.
  • Hotel Christopher St Barth: 9/18 – Team is safe, yet they don’t have an exact date for reopening. It will not be before Mach 2018.
  • Le​ ​Guanahani:​ We will be providing updates on our reopening date and our rebuilding efforts next week.
  • Le​ ​Sereno:​ ​Le Sereno has sustained flooding and some damage due to the strong seas and winds, but all the buildings stood strong.

Source: CHTA – CTO Joint Update, September 16th

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