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Spice Island Resort Set to Spice up with US$10 Million Rebuild

Spice Island Beach Resort in Grenada has already broken ground on a US$10 million rebuilding project that will unveil what is claimed to be an ‘unmatched level of accommodations and unprecedented brand of chic style and timeless luxury’, when the property reopens in December 2005. Spice Island Beach Resort has been closed since last autumn following damages sustained from Hurricane Ivan.

Ê“While we didn’t welcome Hurricane Ivan, we’re taking this opportunity to rebuild Spice into an even finer, grander and more luxurious oasis in the Caribbean,” said Sir Royston O. Hopkin, KCMG, owner and chairman of Spice Island Beach Resort.

“We will reintroduce the epitome of elegance, unrivaled and unsurpassed in the region, with modern flair throughout the property,” he added.

Spice Island Beach Resort will feature 64 rooms (two less than its previous room count because two new, super-spacious suites being built will each take the place of two former suites). Playing on the ‘spice’ theme, all 64 rooms have been renamed to reflect the new flavor of the resort.