Two Hotels to Reopen in Jamaica

SuperFun Beach Resort & Spa

SuperFun Beach Resort & Spa

The Gleaner is reporting that two former SuperClubs hotels in Jamaica will reopen within the next few weeks.  The former Breezes Rio Bueno (before that it was Grand Lido Braco) in Trelawny and the former SuperFun Resort (before that it was Hedonism III) in Runaway Bay, St. Ann, will be reopening following last week’s signing of lease agreements between the Government and two tourism entities.

The 226-room Breezes Rio Bueno/Grand Lido Braco has been leased by Sun Wing Limited and will be operated by Blue Diamond Resorts Limited, while the 226-room SuperFun Resort will now be under the management of Royal Decameron which currently has two other properties – one in Montego Bay and the other in the Runaway Bay area.  The Runaway Bay property is being marketed under the name Royal Decameron Fun Caribbean Hotel.

The reopening of the resorts, which will bring back some 550 rooms into operation, could not come at a better time, as Jamaica is expected to welcome approximately 1.3 million visitors during this winter season.

Source/credit: Jamaica Gleaner.  Read the full article here.

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  1. Update (February 17, 2012):

    The Gleaner is reporting today that after nine months with no guests on property, the 250-room Braco hotel, owned by the National Insurance Fund (NIF), reopened this week.

    The property is operating as Braco Beach Resort & Spa. This hotel was first known as Grand Lido Braco and later Breezes Rio Bueno while under the management of SuperClubs for 15 years.

    Read the full article here:

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