After Hurricane Ivan, Set to Re-open
After $1.2 million Refurbishment
|GRENADA (Feb. 17, 2005) – Following a major US$1.2 million refurbishment
project, the 32-room Blue Horizons Garden Resort in Grenada will re-open
its doors on July 5, 2005 and present a significantly upgraded product
for its guest base of divers, nature enthusiasts and travelers seeking
a tropical destination at affordable prices.
Blue Horizons closed in September 2004 after Hurricane Ivan in order to make the necessary repairs as the resort sustained roof and water damage but no structural damage.
“While Hurricane Ivan was not a welcome visitor, we’re taking this opportunity to completely revitalize our resort product with brand new furnishings, a fresh and exciting color scheme, and select structural renovations to enhance the flow of the property,” said Arnold Hopkin, owner of Blue Horizons Garden Resort.
Following is an outline of the planned refurbishment:
All design and furnishings will be sourced and handled by Kobi Karp Architecture Interior Design Planning in Miami, FL.
Blue Horizons is located four miles north of the airport and less than five miles from the capital city of St. George’s.
Blue Horizons Garden Resort
P.O. Box 41, St. George’s
Grenada, West Indies
telephone: (473) 444-4316
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