Visit the North Shore: Bluefin Bay Family of Resorts
Now more than ever, we could all use a relaxing break, engaging with family and friends (in socially distant ways of course) in serene settings that remind us to embrace our beautiful surroundings. What better local place to do this than by a visit the North Shore! Enter Bluefin Bay Family of Resorts, where you can chill with your besties, reunite with family, or get a honeymoon experience without going too far from home.
A PARTNERSHIP BETWEEN THE RESORT AND THEIR GUESTS
The Bluefin Bay Family of Resorts has had to pivot — like many in the wedding industry and beyond — since the outbreak of COVID-19, but they have taken many measures to ensure their guests stay safe. They have had to scale back their wedding offerings, always abiding by the current restrictions of the state, Jessica Huppler, Grille and Events Manager, tells us.
“It’s our goal to create events that are safe, while also enabling family to witness these special occasions,”
“We had a handful of scaled back weddings in August and September, and it’s our goal to create events that are safe, while also enabling family to witness these special occasions,” Huppler explains that with the average couple taking about one year to plan their wedding, she establishes a relationship with them early on. It’s very important that with the trust she has gained, she can continue to execute weddings, even if it might not be what they had originally envisioned. “We are hoping that moving forward we will be able to offer events for groups of up to 40 or fewer, but of course, following government-mandated restrictions.” In addition, Bluefin Bay is offering refunds on previously planned events, because they know the importance of clients’ happiness, as well as avoiding financial strain when events cannot be executed the way they had originally been planned.
In addition to extra cleaning and sanitizing precautions, additional HEPA filters have been installed, and check in and check out times have been adjusted to ensure more time for cleaning. The staff at Bluefin Bay has also made both Coho Café & Bakery and the Bluefin Grille open for takeout. There are many other adjustments that have been made to ensure guests are safe, and you can learn more about them here, where there is a video from the staff breaking down several steps they have taken to make their resort safe, as well as more written information on other COVID accommodations.
HONEYMOONS DON’T HAVE TO SUFFER
While receptions have to be scaled back during a pandemic, the rituals of a honeymoon don’t have to be. At Bluefin, couples can still enjoy various honeymoon packages, including those with champagne, rose petal turndown service, and much more. Details on these packages are available here. As Huppler pointed out, “A huge benefit to having your honeymoon at Bluefin Bay is that you get a destination getaway feeling, but you’re still close to home, avoiding unnecessary travel.”