Aimbridge Hospitality plans to open up and take care of two Marriott resorts at Frenchman’s Reef on St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands, this drop as part of a franchise settlement with Marriott Intercontinental makes.
The two qualities will be the $350 million Westin Beach front Resort & Spa at Frenchman’s Reef and the Seaborn at Frenchman’s Reef, Autograph Assortment.
The Westin will occupy the house of the first Frenchman’s Reef, very long a Marriott signature assets on an elevated peninsula on St. Thomas. That home has been closed because the devastating hurricanes of 2017 reconstruction of the vacation resort was suspended in March 2020 following the arrival of Covid.
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The Westin Beach Resort & Spa will offer you 392 rooms, together with 28
suites six dining places and lounges three oceanview swimming pools on an
expansive pool deck with a pool bar and cabanas a Heavenly Spa by
Westin a personal dock and beach procuring stores and meetings place.
alongside a extend of Morningstar Seashore, the Seaborn — formerly Noni Beach and prior to that the Morning Star Marriott Seashore — will comprise 94
rooms four open-air places to eat and lounges an infinity-edge pool and
swim-up bar a overall health club and conferences place.
The two resorts
will be related by Frenchman’s Reef seashore. Company at each resorts will
have entry to all amenities, like a personal catamaran for snorkel
outings and sunset sails.
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“Frenchman’s Reef has served as a
pivotal getaway and celebration environment for lots of many years, and we look
forward to reaffirming its status as a luxury desired destination with two new
resorts beneath our management,” said Rob Smith, government vice president
of functions at Aimbridge Hospitality.
The two houses are owned by Fortress Expenditure Group, which acquired them from Diamond Rock Hospitality in April 2021 and continued the reconstruction that experienced been began by Diamond Rock.