Sneak Peek at $12 Million Reno of Couples Sans Souci

Couples Resorts Jamaica has announced that it is on track to complete a renovation of Couples Sans Souci by December 1, 2022. Following the $12 million renovation, the all-inclusive oceanfront resort will have a new restaurant, a range of in-suite updates and enhanced spa facilities and public spaces.

The resort’s upgraded suites incldue new sliding doors of double-paned glass leading to furnished balconies or patios, redesigned bathrooms with large walk-in showers clad in Italian porcelain and LED lighting. Select suites have “his and hers” showers and some penthouses will be equipped with terrace tubs.

The extensive renovation project also includes revamped public spaces, such as the lobby, pool and restaurants. “In virtually every respect, the resort will be new,” said Abe Issa, president of sales and marketing at Couples Resorts. ”

Couples San Souci Room View

Additional upgrades and new amenities include: Java, a new coffee bar with a view from the top of the resort; a new massage hut alongside the Lily Pond and upgraded spa gazebos; a revamped Balloon Bar with additional space for nightly entertainment; and updates to multiple restaurants and bars, including a new open-kitchen concept and wine display in Casanova Restaurant.

“The renovation schedule was carefully planned to have very little, if any, impact on the Couples San Souci experience,” said Issa. He added that restaurants, bars, pools and dining options remain accessible, besides a list of land and water activities, and island excursions. Most of the public spaces are open and operational, including the main swim-up bar, Veggie Bar, Martini Bar, Sunset Beach Bar, Palazzina Bar, Bella Vista, Sunset Beach Grill and in-suite dining options.

Guests can also avail of spa and salon services, and gym and fitness facilities, besides multiple pools, including the Mineral Spa, Main Pool, Grotto and the Sunset Beach pool.

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