By the Caribbean Journal staff
The Couples Sans Souci resort in Jamaica is planning a major renovation, Caribbean Journal has learned.
The Ocho Rios-area all-inclusive property will be launching a $7 million renovation project that will begin May 1, 2020.
The project is slated for completion in late October 2020, according to the resort.
Couples Sans Souci will close May 1, 2020 and partially reopen July 1, 2020.
“Making improvements at Couples Sans Souci is part of our overall approach to refine our guest experience continuously,” said Abe Issa, Chief Operating Officer of Couples Resorts, in a statement. “Creatively reinventing spaces and adding new elements of luxury infused with local inspiration is what makes our properties shine.”
The resort’s last renovation came in 2015, when it renovated 72 suites and its Palazzina restaurant.
The property, perhaps most famous for its role as a filming location for the James Bond film Live and Let Die, is set on 35 acres of cliffside bluffs.