Breezes Runaway Bay Resort unveils 30 new oceanfront suites

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Following a $20 million investment in renovations, SuperClubs' Breezes Runaway Bay Resort & Golf Club in St. Ann on Jamaica's north coast reopened with 30 new suites, two more beachfront pools and a spa complex.

The designers did not disturb the original lobby view of gardens and sea, and sited the new low-rise block of suites parallel to the beach on the property's western end. They also fit the four spa cottages snugly into a garden area. Each of the new oceanfront suites has a private plunge pool.

Next in line for upgrades are 30 gardenview rooms that will be converted into 40 veranda suites with private plunge pools.

When all is done, one-third of Breezes' 266 rooms will have private pools.

Existing guest rooms sport new furnishings, LCD televisions, wireless Internet access, irons, coffeemakers, CD players and in-room safes that are large enough to hold laptops.

Seating areas at the bar near the Olympic-size pool feature king-size, draped beds for lounging.

One of the two new pools has a swim-up bar and a misting area.

Chefs at the new pavilion-style Munasan Japanese restaurant entertain diners with their chopping, slicing and dicing at the teppanyaki stations, where dinners are cooked to order. Munasan offers a sushi bar, as well.

Local treats are available at the Reggae Cafe on the beach. Fans of Italian cuisine can head for the indoor Pastafari restaurant. At the Starlight Grill, set in a garden with twinkling lights, guests choose their own ingredients for an individually prepared stir fry.

For java addicts, coffee brews 24 hours a day at the coffee bar in the lobby.

Breezes Runaway Bay is the only property in the chain that offers a room-service continental breakfast.

Weddings, another all-inclusive feature, take place in the garden or at a new seaside gazebo on the beach, a perfect site for sunset ceremonies.

The Blue Mahoe Spa consists of a small reception cottage and three massage cottages, one with a shower for body wraps.

A three-hour spa package, priced at $380 per person, includes exotic treatments such as a Coffee Mint Glo and a Tropical Fruit Facial.

For more information, visit www.superclubs.com or call (877) 467-8737.

To contact the reporter who wrote this article, send e-mail to [email protected].

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