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Comfort Suites: Locals Were Loyal During Pandemic

Local hotels pivoted to keep rooms occupied especially with visitor arrival numbers down for much of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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NASSAU, BAHAMAS – Local hotels across the country having to pivot in order to keep rooms occupied especially with visitor arrival numbers down for much of the COVID-19 pandemic.

At Comfort Suites, Paradise Island executives tell our Jasmin Brown that it’s a strategy that worked.



At the peak of the COVID-19 pandemic, travel had come to a near standstill.

With visitors few and far between staycations became a way for hotels to still make money.

Director of Revenue at Comfort Suites Paradise Island Lesley Taylor says locals helped save the day for the all-suite hotel.

A part of Comfort Suites strategy has been making staycations affordable with monthly specials aimed at getting heads in beds.

Despite the fact that visitor arrivals are up and The Bahamas is one of the hottest destinations in the region, Taylor says hotel execs have not forgotten about locals.

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