A hotel that was temporarily closed on Saturday and closed again on Sunday for a short time due to Tropical Storm Jonas will reopen for business on Tuesday, according to the Florida Keys Marriott.

The resort will open at 10 a.m.

ET Tuesday, and the Marriott will open for normal business the next day, the resort said in a statement on its website.

The hotel was temporarily shut down for about two weeks due to a series of storm-related issues, including an ice storm that temporarily closed the resort’s golf course and another ice storm which closed the hotel’s swimming pool.

The hotels closure was caused by a “temporary ice storm,” which affected the hotel, the statement said.

The Marriott is a popular destination for vacationers and has been one of the resorts biggest drawcards.

It also serves as the main hotel for the Walt Disney World resort chain.

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