Grafton Beach Resort, Tobago`s first leading all-inclusive resort has reopened after a two month closure for renovations.
The THA Tourism Department said in a statement that it complimented the management for the rapid implementation of its renovation and expected that its guests will henceforward be the beneficiaries of first class accommodation and service. All employees will be re-in-stated in the shortest possible time.
An extensive enhancement program costing US$2.8 million was undertaken during the closure. This included the lobby and reception area that was replaced with Colombian granite tiles and decorated with intricate design clay vases and Indonisian furniture.
All ocean-view restaurants were fitted with a new buffet line and floor, and the Neptune`s seafood restaurant has been re-decorated. The pool area was retiled and porcelain stone finished tiles, and the beach bar is once again offering its famous barbecues and buffets.
There is also a newly-installed air-conditioned games centre. The resort includes the island`s only air-conditioned squash courts and has new non-motorised water sports equipment.
The resort is the first all-inclusive resort in Tobago and still remains the resort featured most by both US and UK tour operators.
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