Intercontinental Hotels Group (IHG) has announced the completion of renovations of the Holiday Inn Resort Aruba - Beach Resort and Casino. The property is on Palm Beach.
The hotel's renovations include upgrades to its guest rooms, lobby and landscaping around the property. In addition, the resort's outdoor amenities now have three swimming pools, Jacuzzi, full-service spa, as well as an updated beachfront Sea Breeze Restaurant & Bar, Oceanside Bar & Grill and the new Palm Bar.
"Strengthening IHG's presence in Aruba remains key for our business as we focus on growing our portfolio in top resort markets," said Alvaro Diago, COO, Latin America and Caribbean, IHG. "Through IHG's significant renovation coupled with the oceanfront location and resort-style amenities at the Holiday Inn Resort Aruba – Beach Resort and Casino, we have further positioned this resort to provide our guests with a memorable vacation experience as one of the best resorts on the island."
The renovated guestrooms have a 37" flat screen LED TV, new carpeting and high quality bedding. The resort offers a wide array of amenities including the full-service Excelsior Casino, rejuvenating spa services, fitness facilities, five on-site restaurants and three bars, three pools and Jacuzzis, arcade and free WiFi. Additional on-site recreational activities include sunset meditation, yoga classes, wine tasting, dance classes and a wide range of complimentary on-site kids' activities such as sand castle contests, pool volleyball, Bluebeard's Scavenger Hunts and necklace making.
"The Holiday Inn Resort Aruba – Beach Resort and Casino has seen continued success due to the ideal beachfront location, outstanding service offering and amenities available to guests, all at a great value," said Heather Balsley, senior vice president, Americas Holiday Inn Brand Family. "Now with the latest enhancements to the property, we look forward to showcasing all of the new upgrades that the hotel has to offer guests and allowing them to continue to have a unique resort experience."
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