|Sandals Select Members and four-time guests of Sandals Royal Bahamian, Kenneth and Lou Anne Cheek (center), help cut the ribbon to officially open the Balmoral Tower at Sandals Royal Bahamian, with Hotel Manager Rick Burrows (left), General Manager Patrick Drake (right), and Director of Lodgings Clyde Gibson (far right)|
Sandals Resorts announced Friday the reopening of the newly-re-named Balmoral Tower at Sandals Royal Bahamian Spa Resort & Offshore Island.
After undergoing a $17 million renovation, the Balmoral Tower now features a lighter, contemporary look and even more luxury.
The rooms and suites in the Balmoral Tower now offers travertine-style oversized rectangle tiling instead of carpet, mahogany entertainment units with a 42-inch plasma television, a bar area and refrigerator, neutral draperies with open-weave sheers, and large-scale area rugs featuring teal, charcoal and amber accents.
The renovated bathrooms include contemporary stained mahogany his-and-her vanities with Carrera marble tops, backlit mirrors, and showers that feature white beveled subway tiles with blue, cream and amber glass accent tiles . The most exciting feature is the large balconies that were added to 35 of the ocean view rooms.
An additional 11 ground-floor rooms have now become walk-out rooms, providing direct access onto the newly-finished white concrete pool deck, which incorporates local fauna and conch shells. Beachfront fire pits and an expanded lounge area complete the Balmoral Tower’s new look.