Beachfront Resort, an Ocean Beach resort in San Diego, California, announced in a blog post that its property would close its doors on September 1.

The announcement was made in the wake of a series of storms that have hit the San Diego area, which has been plagued by major flooding in recent months.

The resort has been offering vacation rentals at the Ocean Beach Marina, and the resort is expected to reopen to visitors in 2019.

The news comes amid a nationwide trend of resort closures.

In October, the New York Times reported that more than 3,000 resorts and hotels had shut down in the US, according to data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

In May, The Associated Press reported that the US had lost 2.6 million hotel rooms and 5.7 million room nights.

While many of the resorts closed down due to the storms, others closed for various reasons, including natural disasters.

Ocean Beach Hotel’s Facebook post stated that it would reopen with a “modern, welcoming and safe environment for guests and staff,” but that the hotel’s future is uncertain.

The hotel, which opened in 2012, was originally located in the Pacific Ocean near the town of Tilden.

Since its opening, the resort has seen major storms, including Hurricane Ana and Tropical Storm Joaquin.

“We’ve seen our community and our guests suffer in the face of such a tragic event,” said the hotel owner, John Pritchard, in the post.

“The loss of Ocean Beach is hard to bear and heartbreaking, but it has also meant that we’ve had the chance to rebuild and be a better community.”