Aimbridge to Rebrand, Manage Third Jewel Resort in Jamaica
Thursday May 2nd, 2013 - 9:39AM OG
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ST. ANN'S, JAMAICA—Aimbridge Hospitality will rebrand and manage the former Hotel Royal Decameron Club Caribbean here as Jewel Paradise Cove Resort & Spa.
The 225-key oceanfront property, acquired in February by Sagicor Life Jamaica, joins the flagship Jewel Dunn’s River Beach Resort and Spa in Ocho Rios, Jamaica and the Jewel Runaway Bay Golf Resort & Spa as the third Jewel resort property in Jamaica.
According to the company, all 225 rooms and suites will be redesigned as colonial contemporary, yet casual island style, with modern amenities, including designer bath areas, high-speed Internet access, flat-screen LCD televisions and white duvet bedding packages. Floor-to-ceiling French doors and windows will open to panoramic views of the Caribbean Sea.
In addition, Jewel Resorts branded gourmet and specialty dining concepts, such as Jade Samurai, Moonstone Italian and the beachfront candlelight dinner under the stars, will be added.
This resort also will introduce an expanded all-inclusive health, spa and fitness theme, to include juice and smoothie bars throughout the property, a variety of healthful cuisine options and watersports activities included in the pricing. A new addition to the resort will be The Radiant Spa, the Jewel-branded spa concept.
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