Puerto Rico Resort Set to Undergo $40 Million Renovation Project

Rio Mar Beach Resort & Spa, A Wyndham Grand Resort, has begun a $40 million capital improvement project to upgrade its casino, meeting rooms, guest rooms, public areas, restaurants and golf courses. The multimillion-dollar capital improvement project includes $4.7 million in renovations to the 7,000-square-foot Rio Mar Casino, including new slot machines carpeting, chairs, tables and a redecorated Players Lounge, all scheduled for completion in early October.

The Rio Mar Beach Resort & Spa soon will begin a $1 million project to upgrade its 48,000-square-foot Oceanfront Conference Center, home to the largest ballroom in the Caribbean, including replacement of wall coverings, curtain walls and millwork and banquet chairs and tables. The resort's two 18-hole championship golf courses-Tom & George Fazio's Ocean Course and Greg Norman's River Course-will undergo $4 million in upgrades, and another $1.7 million will be invested in engineering upgrades. Call 800-4RIO-MAR or visit [http://www.wyndham.com].


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