Barbados' all-inclusive Mango Bay Hotel recently unveiled its new beach following a nearly seven month government beach restoration project, which has culminated just in time for the boutique property's 20th anniversary year beginning in January.
"We want to extend our appreciation to all of our past guests for making Mango Bay a success for 20 years," said Peter Odle, chairman of the Mango Bay Hotel Group, in a written release. "Our visitors are our top priority and we're excited to offer them an upgraded beach in addition to the top notch customer service we've prided ourselves on since the property opened.”
Beginning May 13, the Government of Barbados commenced the "Holetown Waterfront Improvement Project" to restore the beaches and prevent erosion along the West Coast of Barbados, including the beachfront location at Mango Bay Hotel. After its completion on December 2. Mango Bay and its guests benefitted with an expanded beach, providing additional space for more fun and relaxation on its shores.
Located in the historic Holetown area on the famed Gold Coast of Barbados, the 76-room Mango Bay Hotel is known for its casual sophistication and all-inclusive value.