A worker repairs the facade of the Holiday Inn Express on South Forest Beach Drive on Friday. General manager Jay Robertson said that despite the damage to the exterior, the hotel came through the storm well with no damage to any of the rooms. “We were in an angel bubble,” he said, “it’s just amazing.” He said the hotel is currently full, mostly with storm responders and some displaced islanders. “Some of them are going to be here for months,” he said.
A worker repairs the facade of the Holiday Inn Express on South Forest Beach Drive on Friday. General manager Jay Robertson said that despite the damage to the exterior, the hotel came through the storm well with no damage to any of the rooms. “We were in an angel bubble,” he said, “it’s just amazing.” He said the hotel is currently full, mostly with storm responders and some displaced islanders. “Some of them are going to be here for months,” he said. Jay Karr jkarr@islandpacket.com
A worker repairs the facade of the Holiday Inn Express on South Forest Beach Drive on Friday. General manager Jay Robertson said that despite the damage to the exterior, the hotel came through the storm well with no damage to any of the rooms. “We were in an angel bubble,” he said, “it’s just amazing.” He said the hotel is currently full, mostly with storm responders and some displaced islanders. “Some of them are going to be here for months,” he said. Jay Karr jkarr@islandpacket.com

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