Since the unfortunate incident that took place at Coral Beach back in February of this year involving a senior staff member and a patron, it has been widely speculated across the Island and on social media platforms that the patron involved in the incident is an owner of Crown Jewel t/a Coral Beach. Following today’s updated news surrounding the incident, there have been further widespread rumors regarding the ownership of the company.
In light of these speculations, the Board of Directors for Crown Jewel t/a Coral Beach stated, “On behalf of our board we can confirm that the patron involved in the incident which occurred at Coral Beach in February of this year is not a Director or Owner of the Company nor has he previously been”. The incident is currently in the hands of law enforcement and the company has fully cooperated regarding any investigative matters. The Directors confirmed, “The health and safety of our staff members is of the utmost importance to us and our security team is under full instructions from management to remove any patrons displaying unsociable behavior on the property, as we aim to maintain a family friendly environment at the venue”.
Coral Beach has recently reopened following the Covid-19 lockdowns and is gradually working to build back its workforce and business activities, management has taken the opportunity to be able to hire a number of Caymanian hospitality professionals whose previous employers have not been able to reopen at this time and they hope to attract more as business picks back up. The beach bar is open from 10:00am to 10:00pm and the restaurant is open from 11:00am to 9:00pm daily, with all Covid protocols in place.
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