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Approximately 900 of Grenada's 1,700 hotel rooms are now open following the devastation of Hurricane Ivan. Laluna reopened with 10 of its 16 rooms and the Flamboyant Hotel reopened with 28 of its 60 rooms. Both resorts are currently offering specials to help welcome back guests.

Allamanda Beach Resort, Almost Paradise Cottages, Azzurra Castle, Bailey's Inn, Barry's Country Resort, Bel Air Plantation, Blue Orchid, Calabash Hotel, Cinnamon Hill Hotel, Fox Inn, Gem Holiday Beach Resort, Grand View Inn, Grenada Grand Beach Resort, Lance Aux Epines Cottages, LaSagesse Nature Centre, Lexus Inn, Mariposa Hotel, Mitchell's Guest House, Monmot Hotel, Petite Bacaye Cottage Hotel, Plantation Inn, Rainbow Inn, Recoben Apartments, Roydon's Guest House, Sam's Inn, St. Ann's Guest House, Sunset View Beach House, Tropicana Inn, True Blue Bay Resort, Twelve Degrees North, Victoria Hotel and Villa Apartments and Blue Horizons Garden Resort are all either fully open or partially open for business.

Rex Grenadian plans to be back in business in April 2005, while the Spice Island Beach Resort is scheduled to reopen in November 2005. LaSource hopes to recommence its operations in December 2005. Finally, the Coyaba Beach Resort is slated to reopen in March 2006 as a four-star property.

The brand new Melville Street, $24 million cruise ship port facility, which has the capacity to accommodate at least two mega cruise ships, opened late last month. The first phase of the project involved the construction of berthing facilities, a new welcome center, and parking facilities for taxis and tour operators. The ceremony also saw a groundbreaking moment for the start of phase two of the project. This will include the construction of a duty free shopping mall on 35,000 sq ft of land.