Rosewood prepares to reopen in London and Bahamas
Rosewood has confirmed it will reopen Rosewood London and Rosewood Baha Mar in time for the autumn/winter season.
Rosewood London (pictured) will reopen its hotel, Holborn Dining Room and newly-launched The Terrace on September 1, while Rosewood Baha Mar in Nassau, the Bahamas will reopen a month later in October.
Both hotels highlighted their new Commitment to Care programme in light of the coronavirus pandemic, which includes heightened standards of cleanliness and hygiene and new initiatives such as one-way systems, non-contact temperature checks upon arrival and increased cleaning and disinfecting of common touch points.
Both properties have also added a number of new amenities to coincide with their reopenings.
Rosewood Baha Mar has launched an 18-hole miniature golf course, new retail stores including Tory Burch, Mont Blanc and Christian Louboutin, as well as a ‘Sugar Factory’.
At the end of the year, celebrity chef Marcus Samuelsson’s new restaurant concept will also be added to Baha Mar’s selection of dining options.
In the UK, Rosewood London is set to unveil a new outdoor terrace in conjunction with English sparkling wine brand, Nyetimber, called The Terrace.
The property will also be offering a Summer at Rosewood programme, where guests can experience a private gin masterclass, sampling over 500 types of gin.
Sense, A Rosewood Spa, will relaunch shortly after on September 16.
Rosewood London’s managing director, Michael Bonsor, said: “Following an undeniably difficult time, we are delighted to be reopening the hotel to welcome guests back to Rosewood London.
“We are continuing to navigate the ‘new normal’, and now more than ever our team is embracing our guiding A Sense of Place philosophy to provide guests with the continued opportunity for transformative travel that embraces our hotel’s destination here in the capital.”