The Grand Lucayan, Bahamas, which changed its name from Our Lucaya to the Grand Lucayan Resort in 2011, has ended its affiliation with Radisson and has embarked on a series of steps to independently enhance the resort.
"We’re appreciative of the strong relationship and success we have enjoyed with Radisson, but feel we can best expand on the growth potential of Grand Lucayan as an independent property," said Benjamin Davis, general manager.
The resort changed its name to the Grand Lucayan in 2011.
"Our switch to the name Grand Lucayan last year was a symbolic step in the process that has culminated in this move, as we further establish the resort as a truly 'grand' experience on the island of Grand Bahama," Davis said.
The first enhancement announced for Grand Lucayan as an independent resort is the reopening of the 23 Lanai suites, bringing the total available rooms at Grand Lucayan to 542.
Davis said that with the recent renovation and the reopening of Churchill's restaurant, "Grand Lucayan is well positioned heading into the winter season."