Following a US$1.5 million refurbishment project and
re-opening in early July, Blue Horizons Garden Resort in Grenada is pleased to
report an average occupancy of 75 percent through mid-August.
Bookings are coming in at a steady pace, and resort officials have a very positive
outlook regarding reservations for the remainder of the year. Blue Horizons had been
closed since September 2004 following damages sustained from Hurricane Ivan.
“We’re extremely excited to be back in the business of welcoming guests to our
charming, informal property, which is an ideal and affordable vacation getaway for
adventure travelers, families, couples and leisure vacationers,” said Arnold Hopkin,
owner/manager of the 32-room Blue Horizons Garden Resort.
“We’re quite impressed with the level of bookings from the U.S. and the U.K., in
particular, in such a short period of time, so we’re confident business will
continue to grow throughout the year,” Hopkin added.