TORONTO — The news reports coming in from Grand Bahama and the Abaco Islands are heartbreaking, and the images even more so.
BARBADOS — Starting Oct. 1, 2019 Tamarind resort will make the switch to an all-inclusive property.
Elegant Hotels Group says Tamarind’s new all-inclusive pricing will include several all-day dining options such as the Sugar Cane Room and 246 Bar & Restaurant, a signature dinner at Daphne’s restaurant and enhanced programming for children and teens. The property will boost its programming and entertainment for young guests, while extending the hours of its Flying Fish Kids Club for children ages 3-12. Kids can enjoy outdoor movie nights, baking classes and beach sport challenges.
Other inclusions are motorized and non-motorized water sports, themed dining, complimentary WiFi and beach and pool ambassador service. Tamarind is also home to an adults-only pool for couples, a fitness centre and a boutique spa.
Elegant Hotels Group’s portfolio, will now include four all-inclusive resorts in Barbados (Tamarind, Waves Hotel & Spa, Crystal Cove and Turtle Beach); three EP resorts in Barbados (Colony Club, The House and Treasure Beach); and one EP resort in St. Lucia (The Landings Resort & Spa).
“We are delighted about our much beloved Tamarind hotel’s conversion to an all-inclusive resort. We see enormous potential for Tamarind under the popular all-inclusive model,” said Sunil Chatrani, CEO of Elegant Hotels Group. “We are excited about the prospect of the resort complementing our existing portfolio and attract discerning families seeking an active all-inclusive adventure holiday.”