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Calabash Grenada to close from July to October for renovations

The Calabash Grenada hotel has announced that it will close its doors from the end of July until early October to carry out extensive renovations. The Grenada resort will undergo renovations to its accommodation and it will have a new Wellness Centre with a spa, yoga pavilion, juice bar, fitness centre, and Zen garden.

Calabash Grenada to close from July to October for renovations

The Calabash Grenada hotel will temporarily close its doors at the end of the month until the beginning of October as it undergoes extensive renovations.

The boutique 30-suite resort on the island of Grenada will refurbish its Junior Suite and One Bedroom Superior Suite categories, adding new Italian furniture and upgraded bathrooms.

The renovation programme will also include the construction of a new Wellness Centre which will features a spa with several treatment rooms, a yoga pavilion, fitness centre, Zen garden, juice bar, and relaxation pool.

The luxury beachfront resort will be considering the environmental issues with the changes and will implement practices conserve water and energy.

Adele Garbutt, the Director of the Calabash Grenada, explained:

"We have been investing heavily in the resort for the past 20 years, but this year we are creating something special. Visitors come to Grenada because of its pure and beautiful surroundings, so it is our duty to constantly find ways to reduce our impact on the environment and to preserve our island's natural beauty."

Last year, the resort received the coveted Green Globe Certification after it developed and implemented a long-term environmental management system throughout the resort.

Green Globe is the official global certification for sustainable tourism and its members are awarded for their energy and water-saving efforts and promotion of environmentally friendly ethics.

Grenada is famously known as the "Island of Spice", due to its position as a leading producer of spices such as Cinnamon, cloves, ginger, mace, allspice, orange/citrus peels, wild coffee, nutmeg and organic cocoa.

Tourists can explore the Caribbean island's array of historic attractions such as the Grenada National Museum; Fort George and Fort Frederick; West Indies Cricket Heritage Centre; River Antoine Rum Distillery, the oldest rum distillery in the western hemisphere; and the Dougladston Estate, the oldest spice plantation on the island.

Popular natural attractions include the famous Grand Anse Beach; the island's highest peak, Mount St. Catherine; Grand Etang Nature Reserve with its turquoise crater lake; Seven Sister Waterfalls and the highest waterfall in Grenada, Mt. Carmel Waterfall; and the Underwater Sculpture Park.

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