Non-smoking policy at Spice Island

8th Mar 2006

After completing its $12 million refurbishment project, Granads’s Spice Island Beach Resort has redefined its non-smoking policy to include all enclosed and confined areas.
Starting April 16 2006, the non-smoking policy will include all 64 elegantly-appointed suites and the following designated areas: Oliver’s Restaurant, Sea & Surf Bar and Lounge, Residents’ Lounge, Reception Lobby, Gatsby Boutique and Janissa’s Spa and Fitness Center.
This new policy does not make Spice Island Beach Resort a “non-smoking” resort; smoking will be permitted in the open courtyard, on the pool terrace, bandstand and any other open areas at the resort.
“We want to protect the health of our guests who do not choose to smoke and insure those who do that they are welcome at our resort,” said Sir Royston O. Hopkin, KCMG, owner and chairman, Spice Island Beach Resort.
Guests who break the non-smoking rule in any of the accommodations will incur a charge for sanitizing the rooms for the next arriving patrons.


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