After the declaration of COVID-19 as a global pandemic by the World Health Organization, the related extenuating circumstances no longer apply because COVID-19 and its consequences are no longer unforeseen or unexpected. Please remember to carefully review our cancellation policy when booking.
Reservations for stays made after March 14, 2020 are not covered under the previous COVID-19 related extenuating circumstances. COVID-19 related circumstances not covered include: transportation disruptions and cancellations; travel advisories and restrictions; health advisories and quarantines; changes to applicable law; and other government mandates—like evacuation orders, border closures, prohibitions on short-term rentals, and shelter-in-place requirements.
When traveling during a known pandemic for which there is no vaccine or cure, and in the absence of offered “travel insurance” for a covered event, Palm Air Realty™ standard cancellation policy will apply and continues to be in effect.
Trip Cancellation & Travel Insurance is available for 7% to cover medical and travel related incidences (can be bought up to 30 days PRIOR to your arrival date) OR 9.8% for any reason cancellation (MUST be bought at the time of making your reservation) of the total reservation cost including all applicable fees and taxes.
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If a MANDATORY EVACUATION is issued you MUST vacate your unit. If you CHOOSE to leave during a VOLUNTARY EVACUATION, there will be NO REFUND. Tenant will be entitled to a refund of the prorated rent for each night that Tenant is unable to occupy the Premises because of the order. HOWEVER, Tenant will not be entitled to a refund if, prior to taking possession of the Premises Tenant refused insurance offered by Agent that would have compensated the Tenant for losses or damages resulting from loss of use of the Premises due to a Mandatory Evacuation Order.
Kure Beach is closed due to the CoronaVirus. In addition, short term rentals have been banned temporarily; starting on March 28 at noon until April 22nd, 2020 or until the order has been rescinded. You can find the official decree by the Kure beach Town Hall here.
Carolina Beach is also closed due to the CoronaVirus. In addition, All short-term rentals with terms less than 90-days are prohibited. Beach accesses, all town parking lots, and Freeman Park is closed until further notice. You can find additional information by checking out the local Carolina Beach Government website.
Carolina Beach is closed. On March 20th, The Town of Carolina Beach ordered all public beach accesses, public parking and Freeman Park to be closed. On April 2nd, due to declared state of emergency in various counties, Fort Fisher State Recreation Area and many other North Carolina parks were closed to the public. On April 3rd, The Carolina Beach State Park boat launch and marina are closed until further notice. All events and programs have been also been canceled until further notice.
Is Kure Beach closed because of the Coronavirus?
Yes. Kure beach is closed due to the CoronaVirus. In addition short term rentals have been banned temporarily; starting on March 28 at noon until April 22nd, 2020 or until the order has been rescinded. You can find the official decree by the Kure beach Town Hall here.
A Message FROM YOUR TEAM AT PALM AIR REALTY™ ,
Hello from the beach partners,travelers, and leisure guests at Palm Air Realty™,
We are closely monitoring what the experts are reporting in regards to the Coronavirus Disease Virus (COVID-19).We encourage you to review the local travel recommendations and follow their guidance. As always the health, safety and overall well-being of our partners,travelers as well as our staff and guests is of paramount concern to us.
We thank you for your time and efforts in flattening the curve, so that we may all enjoy our beautiful beaches again sooner rather than later! However, when you are ready to start looking for your next pleasure island vacation we will be ready! You can always browse our rentals in Kure Beach and Carolina Beach at any time on our website.
VISITOR TRAVEL UPDATES
The Towns of Carolina Beach and Kure Beach have closed our beach strand to visitors and residents. Visitors are still able to cross the bridge to Pleasure Island (at this time); HOWEVER Short term rentals including motels, vacation rentals and property owners that rent properties will be closed until April 22, 2020. Most attractions are closed including Ft Fisher State Recreational Area, Freeman Park, amusement rides and more. Restaurants, bars have been closed for dine in services with the exception of some offering delivery, take-out or curbside pickup. We realize and respect that this is not the time to travel -
So be safe, stay home , wash your hands and We will SEA Ya Soon.....