Mango Bay Hotel in Barbados Announces Completion of Government Beach Works Project

Mango Bay Hotel's new gazebo

The Holetown Waterfront Improvement Project has completed work near the all-inclusive Mango Bay Hotel in Barbados.

Mango Bay Hotel took advantage of the most invasive part of the beach works project by closing for two weeks in September to install a new beachfront deck with a second wedding gazebo.
A second wedding gazebo provides Mango Bay's guests with the option of a more private ceremony on the northern end of the property.

The Government of Barbados commenced the "Holetown Waterfront Improvement Project" in 2013 to restore the beaches and prevent erosion along the West Coast of Barbados, including the beachfront area at Mango Bay Hotel.


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The first phase of the beach works project took place directly on Mango Bay's beach in the summer of 2013, while the second phase took place in the creek alongside the property this fall. After its completion, Mango Bay and its guests benefitted with an expanded beach and an updated property, providing additional space for romance and relaxation.

A Mango Bay all-inclusive vacation includes hotel accommodations, all meals, afternoon tea, all local and brand name drinks including glasses of wine, use of the on-site gym and nightly entertainment. 


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