Two Elegant Hotels properties to reopen under All-Inclusive by Marriott umbrella

Two Elegant Hotels properties in Barbados are set to reopen as All-Inclusive by Marriott resorts this summer. 

The House and Treasure Beach, both of which are located on the west coast of the island, are scheduled to reopen on May 18 and June 10 respectively.

Both properties will offer a new adults-only, all-inclusive resort concept, providing a selection of culinary, romantic, wellness and cultural experiences on a complimentary basis.

Amenities within the new all-inclusive model at The House include all-day dining at The Restaurant, champagne breakfasts, a 24-hour cocktail bar and a Dine Around programme, where guests can experience other Elegant Hotel restaurants via water taxi. 

A dedicated Romance Concierge will be available to create tailored experiences for special occasions, while water sports, island tours and a complimentary massage on arrival will also be included. 

At Treasure Beach, the all-inclusive offering includes all-day dining at Tapestry restaurant, an interactive Chef’s Table experience and weekly Treasure Art Crawls, where guests explore the island’s creative hubs, museums and art galleries.

Elegant Hotels Group was acquired by Marriott International in October 2019, during which the brand was valued at £100.8 million. 

The Elegant Hotels portfolio comprises seven hotels, six of which are located along the west coast of Barbados, and a beachfront restaurant. 

“We are delighted to welcome The House and Treasure Beach to the all-inclusive brand extension,” said Gayle Talma, multi-property general manager at All-Inclusive, Marriott International. 

“While distinctively different hotels, both encapsulate the Elegant ethos of immersive vacations and unparalleled service. We’re pleased to offer this in a format that allows guests to relax, enjoy the island vibes and know that everything is taken care of.”

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