Holiday Inn Resort Montego Bay Updates Branding Following a $15 Million Renovation

holiday inn resort montego bayHoliday Inn Resort Montego Bay in Jamaica is updating its brand identity property following a $15 million renovation. Central to the resort’s refreshed image is the adoption of the latest Holiday Inn Resort logo.
 
SunSpree may be gone from our name, but the same great service and exceptional value our loyal guests have come to expect will certainly remain the same for years to come,” said Nicola Madden-Greig, group director of marketing and sales, in a written release. 
 
In addition to new signage throughout the resort, guests will also notice upgrades and improvements within guestrooms, the expansive ocean-view lobby, the on-site Sol-Mer Spa & Beauty Salon, and each of the property’s four restaurants offering a variety of cuisines including seafood, Japanese, Caribbean, and Italian.

Adult guests will also take particular note of the resort’s new RoseHall Club Adult Concept, a special section of the property reserved strictly for adults.
 
“Our new RoseHall Club Adult Concept builds upon the foundation of our pre-existing adults-only pool, adding an elegant and exclusive adults-only lounge, premium amenities and services and blocks of rooms reserved for adults to create a grown-up oasis within the property," said Madden-Greig.
 
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