Published on : Thursday, January 21, 2016
Palladium Hotels & Resorts is pleased to announce new renovations and openings at the Grand Palladium Lady Hamilton Resort & Spa in Montego Bay, Jamaica. After beginning upgrades in June 2015, the property renovations were recently completed and include the grand opening of the new Indian restaurant, Bhogali, as well as a renovation of Las Brisas Beach, and accommodation upgrades. Palladium continues to upgrade its 5-star facilities to provide an even more luxurious vacation experience to guests with every stay.
Please see below for details about the new renovations at the Grand Palladium Lady Hamilton Resort & Spa:
Beginning on September 1, 2015 the a la carte Indian restaurant, Bhogali, underwent a full renovation and had a grand opening in December 2015. The newly finished restaurant features authentic Indian dishes such as a chicken tikka skewer appetizer, tomato coriander shorba soup (Indian tomato soup), naan and chapati breads, a spicy slow cooked lamb curry, and rich cardamom flavored bread pudding for dessert, to name a few. The restaurant also offers special gluten-free and vegetarian menu options to guests with dietary restrictions.
All Junior Suites, One Bedroom Suites and Honeymoon Villa Suites at the Grand Palladium Lady Hamilton Resort & Spa property received an interior renovation consisting of new room furnishings and fittings, updated décor, new bedding and completely refurbished bathrooms. The upgrades were completed in three phases:
Phase One: Renovations to two villas (32 and 33) and all 48 Honeymoon Villa Suites from June 1 to August 1, 2015.
Phase Two: Renovations to four villas (26 through 29) from July 15 to September 15, 2015.
Phase Three: Renovations to seven villas (34 through 40) completed Fall 2015.
The rooms have been designed and refurbished in line with the decidedly neoclassical style of the complex and with the colonial air that prevails throughout this Caribbean resort, which has such a strong British influence because of the country’s history. The new upgrades feature cheerful Caribbean touches and luxurious décor.