Aimbridge Hospitality announced that it has been chosen to rebrand and manage the former Breezes Runaway Bay Resort and Golf Club as Jewel Runaway Bay Beach and Golf Resort.
The property, acquired from SuperClubs by Sagicor Life Jamaica, joins the flagship Jewel Dunn’s River Beach Resort and Spa in Ocho Rios, Jamaica and the San Juan Water and Beach Club, located in Isla Verde, Puerto Rico under the Aimbridge resort Division. Jewel Runaway Bay is the second hotel under the Jewel Resorts brand.
“The addition of another property to the Jewel Resorts brand strengthens our presence in the Caribbean resort market,” said Dave Johnson, President and CEO of Aimbridge Hospitality. “We look forward to converting the Breezes Runaway Bay Resort into a four-star family-friendly resort.”
The all-inclusive, 266-rooms and suites Jewel Runaway Bay is tucked away on more than 22 lush oceanfront acres on Jamaica’s famed North Coast. Some rooms and suites feature private balconies or plunge pools overlooking tropical gardens or the freshwater pools. The resort plans to include many family features for guests by the end of 2012 in addition to the all-inclusive experience, which incorporates all meals and snacks at a variety of restaurants and bars. Several Jewel Resorts signature extras will also be included such as; swim-up pool concierges, evening Dive-In Movies (complete with Jamaica Jerk Popcorn), dining under the stars, Gem of the Day (the resort’s signature cocktail concoctions), Gems entertainment staff, Bling! Nightclub and Treasure Chest gift shop.
The Jewel Runaway Bay Golf and Beach Resort boasts three freshwater pools, including a beachfront infinity edge pool with a swim-up bar; a Radiant Spa, four tennis courts; a game room with ping pong and pool tables; a fitness center with equipment and aerobics classes; meeting space for up to 200 people; a water sports operation center that offers snorkeling, ski boats, windsurfing and kayaking; and PGA-rated 18-hole, par 72 Jewel Golf Course.
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