Jamaica’s Hedonism II Nears Completion of $6.8 Million Renovation Project

hedonism iiHedonism II is nearing the completion of a $6.8 million property overhaul, which has revamped and improved guest rooms and suites and the common public areas of the popular clothing-optional resort in Negril, Jamaica.

Recent updates to the resort’s amenities have included a full renovation of the courtyard; outfitted with contemporary outdoor furniture and free Wi-Fi for guests, a new Wine Bar and a new Espresso Bar, updated Nude Beach restrooms, a new Nude Prude Beach Grill and a new kitchen for the Japanese restaurant, Harrysan. 

Currently, the lobby, dining room, performance stage, bar and main pool are also undergoing enhancements which are expected to be completed this fall. 

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“We are thrilled to finally unveil Hedonism II’s fresh and sexy new look,” said Hedonism II’s General Manager, Kevin Levee, in a written statement. “This is just the beginning of exciting enhancements happening at Hedo and we cannot wait for the world to see what we’ve got up our sleeves – when we’re wearing sleeves that is.” 

Additionally, the resort has launched a “GO GREEN” initiative, as part of a mission to reduce its carbon footprint. Hedonism II’s guests will be invited to partake in the GO GREEN program by using the ‘green’ door hangers in their rooms to indicate volunteering in the resort’s linen and towel re-use policies to join in water and energy conservation efforts. As an incentive, the participating rooms will be entered into a daily draw for a chance to win $50 resort credit and a weekly draw for a chance to win a free three-night return stay.

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