Sugar Bay Resort and Spa located in St. Thomas of the US Virgin Islands has completed a $20m renovation to its guest rooms, public areas and restaurants.
Owned by real estate developers The Moinian Group, the property underwent renovation across all guest rooms, the atrium lobby, conference facilities, and all restaurants, including the Japanese and sushi bar and the Mana House Ocean View Restaurant and Mangos Beachside Restaurant.
Claimed to be one of the most photographed wedding locations in the Caribbean, Sugar Bay includes 297 guestrooms, more than 16,000ft² of meeting and special event facilities.
The resort includes island recreation with a secluded beach, three interconnected pools with caves and waterfalls, adventurous sports, fine dining and spa services.
Sugar Bay general manager Abdel Zouari said: "Sugar Bay Resort and Spa has always been committed to providing its guests a first-rate vacation experience and these upgrades to the property will only make their stay even more enjoyable.
"This is a prime time of year to visit the island, and we look forward to guests taking advantage of our winter promotion."
Founded in 1982, The Moinian Group owns a portfolio of more than 20 million square feet in the form of office, hotel, retail, condos and rental apartments across major US cities including New York, Chicago, Dallas and Los Angeles.
Last week, the company announced the development of a 71-storey residential high-rise Sky in New York.
Designed by the Rockwell Group, the property will house 1,175 units, including smaller studios, two bedroom flats and a penthouse collection, to be made available for rent.
Image: Sugar Bay Resort and Spa in St. Thomas is owned by The Moinian Group. Photo: courtesy of Business Wire.