Starwood Hotels has assumed management of the Radisson Cable Beach Resort in Nassau, Bahamas, and will reopen it as the Sheraton Resort at Cable Beach next year, following an $80 million renovation.
The Sheraton will be the first of four Starwood brands to debut as part of Baha Mar Resorts’ $1.6 billion development and rebranding of the Cable Beach area.
The top-to-bottom face-lift includes renovations to the hotel’s 691 guest rooms, lobby, restaurants and public spaces and marks the first phase of Baha Mar’s capital investment program.
The Nassau-based development company acquired the Wyndham, Radisson and Nassau Beach properties in May 2005 and embarked on an extensive renovation and upgrade program.
Baha Mar’s resorts will offer a total of 1,941 guest rooms and suites, more than 20 restaurants and lounges, a tennis facility, golf and casinos.