To better reflect its true “nature” with an emphasis on being an environmentally-friendly property set in lush, colorful surroundings, Blue Horizons Cottage Hotel in Grenada has been renamed Blue Horizons Garden Resort.
Along with the name change, the resort will unveil a new logo (incorporating a leaf, flower and bird) and video (which will be placed on the resort’s Web site) to support the revamped image.
“Renaming our property Blue Horizons Garden Resort more accurately portrays our exceptional location, our vacation experience, and our commitment to environment practices,” said Arnold Hopkin, owner/manager.
“We’re in close proximity to magnificent Grand Anse Beach - just 200 yards, which is actually a lesser distance than if you stayed in certain sprawling properties - but our strength is our natural surroundings highlighted by a diverse assortment of tropical flowers including oleander, buttercups and bougainvillea, and 21 different species of tropical birds inhabiting the grounds,” Hopkin added.
“Over the past few years, we’ve carved a successful niche for ourselves with divers, adventure travelers and nature lovers who are looking for a charming, informal tropical getaway complemented by affordable accommodations and truly world-class dining,” Hopkin commented.
The new name change comes on the heels of Blue Horizons Garden Resort achieving successful completion of the Green Globe 21 Benchmarking process, which means the property can now proceed to the next step - securing the coveted Green Globe 21 Certification.
“Going forward with the Green Globe process demonstrates our commitment to the environment and the type of resort we want Blue Horizons to be so we are really driven with the strongest motivation to preserve what makes us distinct,” said Hopkin.