Comfort Suites finishes upgrades

Comfort Suites Seven Mile Beach in Grand Cayman has completed a US$2.2 million upgrade of its rooms and facilities in time for the 2012/2013 winter season. 

“All 119 guest rooms and public areas have now been redesigned and refreshed,” said Thomas Mason, general manager  

He added that after a little more than a year of hard work, the hotel now had a “fresh, new Caribbean feel.” 

The popular all-suite hotel, known for its quality accommodations and value offerings to tourists, business travellers and families, began the carefully-phased renovations in August 2011 and stayed the course with minimal disruption to guests. 

In addition to the refreshed suites, new features include an exercise room, business centre, revamped telecommunications systems, and a newly renovated breakfast room which features the Comfort family of brands’ signature complimentary breakfast buffet. 

“The hotel looks really incredible,” said Kaye White, director of sales and marketing for Comfort Suites Seven Mile Beach. “We have been working with a local landscaping company to enhance the appearance of our tropical gardens that are featured throughout the hotel.” 

The management team, White added, is committed to aligning the natural beauty of the destination with the hotel.  

“We intend to make a big difference in this area.” 

Comfort Suites Seven Mile Beach is an all-suite hotel, featuring standard and deluxe studios, one- and two-bedroom suites, as well as a master suite. 

All studios include refrigerators, microwaves, cutlery and coffee machines and feature beautiful island views. Some suites contain fully equipped kitchens with stoves and dishwashers. 

The Comfort Suites hotel in Grand Cayman gives its guests close proximity to the Georgetown area, its financial district, and easy walking distance to bars, restaurants, nightclubs, entertainment and duty-free shopping. Business travellers also take advantage of additional conveniences such as free wireless access and meeting spaces. 

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