Sandals Resorts International, the world's leading all-inclusive company, is proud to unveil the design plans of a multi-million-dollar renovation at their picturesque Jamaican oasis, Sandals South Coast.
The Tryall Club, the award-winning Jamaican retreat has announced the opening of its new luxury Beach Club. The $9.2 million dollar project transformed the property's secluded beachfront to introduce a new destination for guests and villa owners to relax, dine and socialize in a stunning oceanfront setting.
Following a four-year closure and comprehensive renovation, Rosewood Little Dix Bay on Virgin Gorda in the British Virgin Islands debuts today, marking one of the year's most highly anticipated openings.
Notably situated in Rio Grande, the new Hyatt Regency Grand Reserve Puerto Rico has opened to reveal a sophisticated, oceanfront haven that pulses Caribbean confidence on a secluded 72 acres of tropical lush gardens.
Fort Young Hotel & Dive Resort, Dominica's landmark waterfront hotel and dive resort located on the Caribbean coast amidst the Nature Island's vibrant capital city, Roseau, is excited to announce it is launching 60 new view rooms, named the Fort Collection.
DiamondRock Hospitality is pleased to announce the highly anticipated return of the Frenchman's Reef Marriott Resort & Spa, Virgin Islands. The $200+ million project is well underway and the re-envisioned resort is expected to open in 2020.
Courtyard by Marriott Bridgetown, Barbados has announced that it has renovated its guestrooms and updated its amenities. Following a $600,000 investment by development firm Caribe Hospitality of Barbados Ltd, the 118 newly enhanced rooms and suites aim to provide guests with a modern stylish décor and to capture the vibe, essence and beauty of Barbados.
Couples Resorts Jamaica announced plans to renovate its Couples Sans Souci luxury all-inclusive property located in Ocho Rios, Jamaica. The $7 million project will begin May 1, 2020 and is scheduled for completion in late October.
The Ritz-Carlton, St. Thomas is set to reopen in December 2019 following a period of extensive enhancements. The all-encompassing $100 million project includes fully reimagined and redesigned public spaces, rooms and suites, event and meeting space, and dining venues inclusive of a new culinary concept.
Four Seasons Resort Nevis has officially kicked off the final chapter of its multi-phase enhancement project, which has already seen the launch of re-envisioned guest rooms and suites, an updated look for the Great House lobby and the opening of new food and beverage outlets EsQuilina and crowned monkey RUM BAR.