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Sandals Opens Grenada Resort

By: Caribbean Journal Staff - December 23, 2013

Above: the new Sandals LaSource Grenada Resort

By the Caribbean Journal staff

Sandals’ newest resort has opened its doors.

The new Sandals LaSource Resort in Grenada officially welcomed its first guests on Pink Gin Beach on Saturday.

The resort has a total of 225 rooms and suites, three pools and two river pools, 75 butlers suites, a fitness centre and spa and nine restaurants, including a steakhouse (the first of its kind at a Sandals property).

The rooms are spread across three “villages”: Pink Gin, South Seas and Italian Village.

Above: Butch’s Chophouse, the steakhouse named after the company’s founder

Sandals Resorts International purchased the former LaSource resort in the fall of 2012. It then embarked on a large-scale renovation project that was completed last week.

Above: staff at the official opening (Sandals photo)

The company is currently in the midst of a major regional expansion, with new properties either opened or in development in Barbados and Antigua.

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