Club Med To Invest $60 Million In Guadeloupe’s La Caravelle
Bruce Parkinson, Open Jaw
Club Med Caravelle will present a whole new face next summer. The all-inclusive pioneer says it is in the process of investing $60 million in the property to create a space totally imbued with the West Indian culture.
New experiences for families will be offered with new childcare facilities, including a Baby Club (4 - 23 months) and a new water playground, a place for guests to meet up with family and spend time together.
At the Hibiscus restaurant, guests will enjoy a new buffet concept and design as well as a new wine cellar with a dedicated terrace. The main bar and the specialty restaurant will also present a new layout and atmosphere inspired by local traditions, for a total immersion in Creole culture. A rum cellar will offer cocktail tastings made with local ingredients.
The brand new Club Med Spa, ideally located by the sea, will welcome its first customers this summer. Composed of single and double treatment cabins, an aquatic treatment area, a beauty salon and a relaxation area, Club Med Spa will offer its guests real moments of relaxation and well-being.
From December 2019, adults will discover the Zen Oasis, a new space completely dedicated to them; offering deluxe rooms and suites. Zen Oasis will also offer an infinity pool with sea views and a quiet beach.
Club Med La Caravelle will also offer many activities on, off or under the water. Water sport highlights include kitesurfing, windsurfing and diving.
Club Med says property highlights of La Caravelle include its location on the most beautiful beach on the island, an ideal swimming experience in a sheltered bay and access to an island of contrasts, including tropical forests, waterfalls, volcanoes, white sand beaches, lagoons, and wild coves.
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