Reopening of the Holiday Resort and Spa Guam


The Holiday Resort and Spa Guam held an official ribbon-cutting ceremony to celebrate its reopening earlier this morning.

Here’ PNC’s Don Sulat with the report and the TOPOKI

After closing for a little over 2 years due to the COVID Pandemic. Holiday Resort and Spa officially reopened its doors on April 29th.

Eugene the Operations Manager said,  “We didn’t open up full force. So we started out slow. But we’re very optimistic and tourism is the main bread and butter of the island and generating a lot of jobs. So it’s very important and it feels good. It feels very good that we finally get to open our doors after 2 years of being closed.”

According to Seong Jung Cho – Holiday Resort’s Executive Director – it is thanks to the Resort’s staff for sticking around and willingness to come back to work following the COVID pandemic that they are able to stick around. Seong adds,  “Although, not all the staff that I’d like to thank can be in attendance today. I’d like to take this opportunity and this moment to let you guys know thank you from the bottom of my heart.”

The event, according to some of the Holiday Resort Staff, also helps signifies the reopening of Guam. As the island’s restrictions lax, with the recent lifting of the mask mandate, according to Governor Lou Leon Guerrero, who spoke at the event, now would be one of the best times to revive the tourism market.

Governor Lou Leon Guerrero in attendance stated that, “It is a good time for Guam. I think we have finally made the very strong efforts a result. And want to just report that our virus continues to be contained. And we have our tourism coming. And of course the Korean market is the first one that has opened their doors and are willing to travel.”

During the resort’s hiatus, and in preparedness for its eventual reopening, the resort got a fresh coat of paint. As for the future Holiday Resort, Eugene says that room and infrastructure updates are coming up soon.

Reporting for PNC News…
I’m Don Sulat.


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Born and raised on the island of Saipan, Don moved to Guam in the Spring of 2016 to pursue higher education at the University of Guam. It was at UOG that Don discovered his passion for keeping his peers politically informed. Prior to joining PNC Don gained professional and life experience through a variety of odd jobs ranging from an administrative assistant to a bouncer to a luxury retail salesman. In his free time, you can find him flying his drone or doing landscape and portrait photography. Don joined the PNC News Team not only to broaden his writing skill but also to challenge himself to get in front of the camera, ultimately furthering his passion to promote an informed and politically engaged Mariånas. Don's beat is Court, Crime, and Regional and is also PNC's Lead Reporter.