SANDALS Resorts International continues to invest while offering high levels of luxury in Saint Lucia.
The company’s latest move will see the completion of an EC$10 million restaurant project at Sandals Grande Saint Lucian Spa & Beach Resort.
Regional Director for Sandals in the Eastern Caribbean, Andre Dhanpaul says the restaurant project will elevate the already high level of culinary services at Sandals Grande St. Lucian. The new culinary experiences at the Pigeon Island resort will include the newest Sandals signature Indian Cuisine Restaurant – Bombay Club, the Japanese Teppanyaki Restaurant – Kimonos, the World-Class Sushi Bar – Soy and a recent Sandals invention – The Gourmet Caribbean Jerk Shack.
He added: “Close to 40 direct and indirect construction jobs will be created, while dozens more will be added upon the completion of this gourmet culinary expansion,
Dhanpaul said Saint Lucia is still regarded as one of the resort chain’s most intriguing destinations and a true home for the luxury resort company.
“We have been here for 23 years and a number of the employees who started with us are still playing a vital role in the organization. We are inspired by their contribution and the appeals of Saint Lucia’s mystique,” Dhanpaul said.
This addition will bring the number of specialty restaurants at Sandals Grande St. Lucian from six to ten.
“We believe that we have to keep reinventing ourselves as we move forward. Customers are looking for different experiences and are certainly becoming more demanding,” Dhanpaul said.