Above: a new room at the Paradise Island property
By the Caribbean Journal staff
The Comfort Suites Paradise Island in the Bahamas is nearing completion of a multimillion-dollar renovation project.
The majority of the property’s 232 junior suites have already been renovated, which has involved the addition of new bedding, sofa beds, lamps, artwork and rugs, among other features.
The property has also added a new business centre and refurbished its three main meeting rooms.
The hotel’s restaurant, Crusoe’s, has also seen upgrades, while the pool patio deck has received what the property called a “substantial refurbishment.”
“We are very proud of the great feedback guests have always given us about our hotel,” said William Naughton, founder of Comfort Suites Paradise Island. “We have very loyal guests, so customer input is extremely valuable to us and we considered it every step of the way in how we took on this massive refresh.”
The property has also embarked on a training programme for all 110 employees in conjunction with Atlantis University.
“The Comfort Suites Paradise Island employees are already well-recognized for their outstanding service, but we believe in the power of continual improvement,” said Earle Bethell, the property’s new General Manager. “The renovations and extensive training program have given the staff a renewed sense of purpose and pride in welcoming our guests each day.”