Tobago Welcomes First New Beach Resort in 12 Years

The Magdalena Grand Beach Resort, a business resort on Tobago, will open its doors in November 2011, representing the island’s first new resort in 12 years.

The 200-room oceanfront hotel will feature five fine and casual dining options, an 18-hole PGA-designed championship golf course, expansive beachfront, multiple swimming pools, generously sized and flexible meeting/event space and the newest spa on the island.

The Magdalena Grand’s location will provide leisure guests with the opportunity of being mere footsteps away from one of the island’s pristine powder-white sand beaches. For the active traveler, the resort will feature a full service water sport and dive shop, two lighted tennis courts and a well-equipped fitness center. Guests will also have the chance to sample varied cuisines from five different locations that range from poolside casual to fine dining.

Tobago, sister island to Trinidad, is the quintessential Caribbean island with secluded beaches, quaint villages and award-winning eco-attractions that include the Main Ridge Rainforest, the oldest protected reserve in the western hemisphere.

For more information, call 868-660-8500 or e-mail [email protected]

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