Elegant Hotels In Barbados Close The Colony Club Hotel For Refurbishment Works

The Colony Club hotel in St James, Barbados has just announced to future guests that it will be closing temporarily for general updating and maintenance works to be carried out throughout the entire property. The hotel, already a favourite among tourists seeking family-friendly Barbados holidays, will be closed for one month only, starting 1st September and finishing on 30th September 2012, when all renovation works are expected to be completed. The resort will be officially reopening and welcoming back guests on 1st October 2012.

During this time of closure scheduled for the end of summer 2012, the resort will be conducting general maintenance and repairment works all around the resort as well as carrying out improvements and enhancing existing infrastructure throughout the entire hotel property. The upgrades are expected to build upon Colony Club’s recent renovation works, which had focused primarily on the resort’s outdoor dining areas and will now extend to other equally important areas.

The popular family resort in Barbados had also recently added a new contemporary outdoor island lounge area, as well as giving a refreshing update of the seating area in the Laguna restaurant. For the delight of all sun-bathers and pool loungers looking forward to lazing around the pool or beach during their Barbados holidays, the Colony Club all sun-deck furniture has also been entirely replaced with a more modern and stylish design.

In addition to all this, there have also been many subtle upgrades to individual guest rooms and the reception area, while new ambiance lighting has been installed throughout the property and gardens.

The additional works to be carried out throughout September 2012 will put the Colony Club hotel among some of the most modern and recently updated Barbados hotels with the refreshing makeover expected to have a positive impact among new prospective guests and past repeat guests at the resort.

Gayle Talma, General Manager of the Colony Club said, “The temporary closure of the hotel allows us to focus on completing the upgrades as quickly as possible without disruption to our guests.”

“Our goal is to give the hotel a fresh, new modern look while retaining the classic Bajan ambiance that Colony Club is known for. We know our loyal guests will be pleased with the end result and look forward to welcoming them back to one of the Island’s best loved hotels”.