The British Colonial Hilton Nassau in the Bahamas celebrates its 10th anniversary this month with the completion of a multimillion-dollar renovation covering almost all aspects of the hotel.
The makeover campaign kicked off late last year and included upgrades to all 288 guestrooms, public areas, dining and banquet space. The British Colonial Hilton Nassau has been operating as a Hilton since 1999.
"The renovations debut at the British Colonial Hilton Nassau was a great success," said Danny Hughes, senior vice president for Caribbean, Mexico and Latin America, in a written release. "The already stunning hotel has been elevated to a new level that complements the team's exceptional service standards. We look forward to welcoming travelers and residents to experience this Caribbean hotel’s magnificent makeover."
All guestrooms, including 47 executive floor rooms and 23 suites, have been transformed with a clean contemporary design that aims to pay tribute to the hotel’s rich history. Standard guestrooms are outfitted with new Hilton Serenity Collection bedding accessories, 32-inch high-definition LCD televisions, marble floors, soft furnishings, blackout curtains and new lighting.
All executive floor rooms and suites have been upgraded with soft furnishings and special amenities such as 37-inch high-definition LCD televisions. Executive Floor guests will now enjoy exclusive access to a new executive lounge. The lounge has been relocated to the top floor, offering views over Nassau harbor.