The Bahamas’ Ocean Club Resort Is Planning a Renovation
The legendary Ocean Club resort in The Bahamas, which has been a Four Seasons since 2017, is marking its 60th anniversary this year.
To celebrate, the property has announce plans for new programming, brand partnerships and room and amenity renovations.
That will be headlined by a planned renovation of its Crescent Wing set to begin in August.
The design concept was “inspired by the exquisite natural setting, rich local culture, and glamorous legacy” of the hotel, according to Four Seasons, with plans for completion by mid-December 2022.
Additional property-wide upgrades are also in the works, including a at DUNE by Jean-Georges, the gym, the Versailles Pool, Ocean Pool and the Spa.
That will entail a brief closure during low season, with the property closing from Aug. 29 to Oct. 2, 2022 to focus on the changes.
The new Crescent Wing will be unveiled in February 2023.
“2022 marks a special year for all of us here at The Ocean Club, as we celebrate our storied past, present, and future. Throughout the last six decades, the property has become an iconic grande dame of the Caribbean, with so many incredible stories to tell, and this year, we want to bring these stories to life,” says General Manager John Conway. “Since opening our doors, the heart and soul has been our treasured guests and employees, some of whom have been with us almost from the very beginning. A special milestone, we are honoring these employees, the stories of our past, our current guests and future generations, as we welcome a new glamorous era in style.”
For more, visit The Ocean Club, a Four Seasons Resort.