ATLANTA—The Holiday Inn Resort Montego Bay hotel has completed a $15-million renovation funded by ownership, according to InterContinental Hotels Group.
The 518-room hotel now features fully updated guestrooms, an ocean-view lobby with an open design and four restaurants offering a variety of cuisines including seafood, Japanese, Caribbean and Italian.
In the hotel, there are 107 junior suites, 26 one-bedroom suites and five meeting rooms able to hold up to 1,550 people. In addition, there are 10 KidSuites, which allows children and adults to have their own space in the suite.
Located on a half-mile of private beach, the property also has its own offshore island called Tek-It-Easy Island. Additional amenities include a gameroom and arcade, four tennis courts and a nine-hole mini golf course, also available for night play. While children enjoy a variety of staff-supervised activities as part of the Kid’s Club, available seven days per week, adults can visit the casino, pubs and lounges.
The resort is an IHG Green Engage hotel and offers programs to ensure sustainability, including water-saving flush systems in the restrooms, waste treatment and re-use for onsite gardening and low energy lightbulbs on timing systems. Guests can also elect to participate in water conservation and paper recycling during their visit.
“For 45 years, this property has been providing an exceptional experience to guests of all ages. We are pleased to offer programs and activities catering to children, teens and adults. With ample opportunity for fun both on the beach and inside the resort, we look forward to helping our guests have a memorable and exciting vacation at the newly renovated Holiday Inn Resort Montego Bay,” said Clark Lobban, GM, Holiday Inn Resort Montego Bay.
The Holiday Inn Resort Montego Bay hotel is owned by Octagon Hotels Limited and managed by East Bay Management Company.