Elbow Beach, Bermuda has announced that the property will be repositioned as an intimate, luxury resort, featuring 98 suites and cottages. This follows the closure of selected outlets and guestrooms within the hotel’s 101-year-old main building on November 30 for a planned renovation.
As part of the 50-acre beachside resort’s conversion, a series of refurbishments will be carried out in gradual phases. These will be done with minimal disturbance to guests and will completed by the first quarter of 2010.
Enhancements include the addition of advanced in-room entertainment systems, luxury interior fittings and improved bathroom facilities for all of the 98 recently renovated suites and cottage units.
Additional resort enhancements will include a new business center and the complete renovation of the free-standing Bermuda Room, which will be restored to its authentic 1908 design becoming a luxurious meeting and banqueting venue for small groups, weddings and social functions.
Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group, which has managed Elbow Beach, Bermuda since 2000, continues to operate the resort property.