Riu Montego Bay reopens completely renovated
The hotel becomes Adults Only and now the three RIU establishments in Jamaica are for the exclusive use of persons over 18 years of age
RIU Hotels & Resorts has announced the reopening of the Riu Montego Bay in Jamaica, after a complete renovation of its facilities and a change of concept in its service, now becoming Adults Only. In addition, thanks to this reform, the six RIU hotels in the country are newly built or have been recently renovated. After its reopening, the Riu Montego Bay joins the Riu Reggae and the Riu Palace Jamaica in the category of hotels for over 18s, with which RIU makes its Montego Bay destination exclusive for adults.
In addition to the complete renovation of the facilities and the change in the service concept, one of the great novelties of the Riu Montego Bay renovation has been the construction of a Splash Water World water park. This is the second water park that RIU Hotels opens in the country, after Riu Ocho Rios, but this is the first that the chain offers exclusively to Adults Only hotels in Jamaica, as it will be for the enjoyment of all three guests. hotels in the destination.
Customers who stay in one of its 826 fully renovated rooms will be able to enjoy RIU's renowned 24-Hour All-Inclusive service, in addition to having a total of five swimming pools designed to offer guests different environments for their vacations. As always, the entertainment team continues to offer the best entertainment both during the day and in the evening shows held in the 'Exodus' Lounge Bar theater.
Another important novelty that the reform has brought to the destination are the Riu Get Together Party. The great themed parties with shows and live music from RIU will arrive for the first time in Jamaica and will be held in the Riu Montego Bay theater square for the enjoyment of the guests of the three hotels of the destination, once the restrictions by the COVID-19 pandemic allow it.
The reform has given the hotel a totally new image, especially thanks to the use of characteristic materials of the place, such as wood, stone, rope, and the selection of colors that are also typical of the area such as terracotta and bronze. In the common areas all these details can be appreciated, as in the existing restaurants, which have also been renovated, and with the new ones.
In the new restaurants, the 'Kulinarium' and the 'Steakhouse', these details are complemented by other touches characteristic of his style. The first has a more sophisticated decoration that includes plant elements and a more chic aesthetic, in keeping with the gourmet dishes offered by the restaurant. While the 'Steakhouse' has materials and colors closely linked to the meats that it serves on its menu, prioritizing the use of wood and corten steel, along with the characteristic red fire.
The main buffet also shows great changes in its decoration and arrangement. He switched to using vegetable papers and earthy and olive green colors to offer a fresher environment, added to a deep intervention on the terrace. In addition, thanks to the opening that has been made in the restaurant with four large skylights, it has a lot of natural light.
In terms of bars, in addition to the inclusion of a new jerk-style meat station on the beach, the 'Sports Bar' will continue to offer food and drinks 24 hours a day with a new aesthetic, more sporty and current after the reform. .
With the opening of the Riu Montego Bay and the Riu Palace Jamaica, which reopened a few days earlier also in Montego Bay, RIU is close to completing the total reopening of the six hotels it has in Jamaica, with the only pending opening of the Riu Negril . The first to reopen its doors after the closure of all the chain's hotels caused by COVID in March was the Riu Ocho Rios, which was followed by reactivations of one hotel per destination (the Riu Reggae in Montego Bay and the Riu Palace Tropical Bay in Negril), all of them implementing the protocols included in the RIU Hotels Post-COVID Manual.