We are thankful for the support of the team members that remained in our hotels during the recent storm and are happy to inform that we suffered no damages and that we are fully operational. Our heartfelt prayers to our brothers and sisters throughout the island; We are committed to assist you in getting back to your feet.
As of September 20, 2022; The Luis Muñoz Marín Airport in San Juan (SJU) has reopened and announced that select flights are back on schedule. For more on SJU, see here: https://www.aeropuertosju.com/vuelos/. Starting Sunday evening (9/18), local crews from LUMA and the The Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority (AAE) began power restoration efforts for areas still experiencing outages. As of Monday morning, over 100,000 homes have had power restored. For travelers seeking updates inclusive of power generation and public transport, we are directing them to Puerto Rico Emergency Portal System (offered in Spanish): https://www.preps.pr.gov/.
For the latest information regarding Hurricane Fiona please visit Discover Puerto Rico or you can follow them on Twitter.
WAYS TO HELP
Brigada Solidaria del Oeste - A community-based, mutual-aid group that was formed to provide relief and support after Hurricane Maria, Brigada Solidaria del Oesta is collecting emergency supplies to distribute to those affected by Hurricane Fiona.
Taller Salud - Taller Salud defines itself as a “community-based feminist organization dedicated to improving women's access to healthcare, reducing violence in community settings, and fostering economic development.” In Fiona's wake, the 501 (c)(3) nonprofit needs a host of survival items to be donated, including: non-perishable food, disposable containers, toiletries, cutlery, solar lanterns, water filters, diapers, gallons of water, pasta and pasta sauce.