RumFish Grill will open its doors on June 24, followed by RumFish Beach Resort on June 29.
ST. PETE BEACH — RumFish Beach Resort and RumFish Grill, shut down because of the COVID-19 crisis, are set to reopen with a special offer for Florida residents.
According to a press release, RumFish Grill will open its doors on June 24, while the resort will welcome back guests on the 29th. Until Aug. 31, Florida residents will receive a 15% discount on all room bookings. Also, RumFish Beach Resort guests will be able to enjoy the amenities of the resort’s sister property, TradeWinds Island Grand.
RumFish Grill, the release states, will operate at 50% capacity in accordance with the state’s recovery plan.
“We’re looking forward to once again providing a safe, peaceful place for guests to decompress and relax with a beachfront getaway and fabulous dining,” Tradewinds Island Resorts Managing Director Bob LaCasse states in the release. “We’ve used the downtime to make all the necessary changes so our guests can come enjoy our spacious accommodations and ample outdoor space knowing that their health and safety is our top priority."