Posted January 19, 2018 07:12:30 The Cabana Resort & Marina, located on the resort’s waterfront in the San Fernando Valley, will be closed until January 2018.
The resort’s website said, “Cabana Bay has not been operating at the current pace.
We’re taking a break from business operations.
We hope to reopen by the end of January, and then we’ll be back to our normal operation.”
The resort said in a statement that it was “very sad to see the Cabana resort closed for the first time in its history.
We are so grateful for all the hard work and dedication that everyone at Cabana has shown throughout this process.
The Cabanas is owned by Marriott, and is a popular destination for surfers and surfers alike. “
It’s sad to say, but the Cabanas will be a part of our history, we will be back on the map, and we will continue to have the same great memories for all our guests.”
The Cabanas is owned by Marriott, and is a popular destination for surfers and surfers alike.
It’s owned by the San Juan Islands Resort Corp. The hotel’s website lists a total of 16,500 rooms for rent and an average room price of $1,769 per night.
The site also states that the resort is open for business from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., but that it is closed to the public for public safety reasons.
Cabana Beach Resort, located in the Santa Barbara County, was also closed for maintenance on January 18.
The website says, “The Cabana beach resort is experiencing some structural damage due to the recent storm.
It is our understanding that the Cabna beach resort has been evacuated.
Please do not attempt to visit this area as it is not safe for visitors.”
There are no updates on the Cabanoa Beach Resort.