St. Vincent & The Grenadines’ First 5-Star Luxury Resort Opening Summer 2010!

The new 5-star Buccament Bay Resort is said to redefine tourism in St. Vincent & The Grenadines by opening their doors this summer. The 368-room resort will be the first from the new hotel brand, Harlequin Hotels & Resorts and will provide extensive facilities and amenities such as The Alaia Spa, Pat Cash Tennis Academy, Liverpool Football Club Soccer School, Harlequin Performing Arts Academy, Trader Vic’s along with several other bars and restaurants, a Diving & Water Sports Centre and a Marina.

Harlequin Hotels & Resorts is creating luxury resorts in Barbados, St. Lucia, St. Vincent & The Grenadines, Dominican Republic and Brazil. Built to the highest specification and offering state-of-the-art facilities, the resorts will be managed and maintained to the highest standard by a five-star hotel management team. Each resort will offer a wide range of amenities and will include a sustainability strategy involving sourcing local resources for building materials and food, maximizing energy efficiency, minimizing water waste and pollution and reducing the carbon footprint made by transporting goods and guests within the resort. Harlequin is also recruiting its workforce locally and Buccament Bay Resort will employ more than 700 local people in the operation of the resort.

Accommodations will include sprawling beachfront villas and chic hotel suites, including nine different categories that will be constructed to the highest specifications.

Dallas-based interior design firm Jones Baker will be incorporating rich jewel tone colors of a tropical sunset, tropical hardwoods, natural stone, and luxurious textiles to create a gorgeous style. The resort will be catering to an upscale clientele adding additional details such as custom bedding, luxurious baths with rain showers, and numerous other guest amenities including in-room technology, custom lighting and private terraces.

Buccament Bay Resort will also provide world cuisine with their variety of 6 restaurants and bars on the premises.

The Pat Cash Tennis Academy, Liverpool Football Club Soccer School and Harlequin Performing Arts Academy will offer children, parents and other adults an opportunity to learn new skills.

Additional resort amenities include several boutiques, a white sand beach, swimming pools with concierge service, the Alaia Spa, designed by ESPA, a children’s pool, business center, Teen Club, Diving & Water Sports Centre, kayaking, snorkeling, babysitting and Little Harlequins, Buccament Bay Resort’s signature kid’s club.

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