Divi Carina Bay Beach Resort reopens to guests | News


With a new and improved look, Divi Carina Bay Beach Resort, St. Croix’s only adult-only all-inclusive resort, welcomes guests through a soft reopening period that began Friday.

The resort is only offering limited food and beverage service, at a discounted rate, through January 31.

“The delay in reopening as an all-inclusive is due to staffing issues, which all hotels, restaurants and bars are experiencing on the island,” said Divi Resorts Marketing Director Beverley David.

The property, one of seven Divi Resorts in the Caribbean, was closed in 2017 due to damage from Hurricane Maria.

Now, according to David, all 200 rooms have been completely renovated.

When the resort resumes operations as an all-inclusive resort in February, it will offer a number of new offerings to guests.

Divi Resort’s new “next tier” product will be Oceans at Divi Carina Bay, where 50 beachfront rooms will include bathrobes, slippers, upgraded spa amenities and a refreshment starter kit, David said.

Carina Bay’s food offering has also changed, with seven different dining options on the property that will serve Italian fusion, Pan-Asian, American fare, and gourmet coffee.

Among the restaurants will be Pureroc, which specializes in serving food over a sizzling lava rock.

In addition to a fitness center, guests can expect tennis, pickleball, miniature golf, water sports, and shuffleboard. The Carina Bay Casino has been open since 2018.

David also noted that the station welcomes Dyal Sandhu as the new general manager.

“We are thrilled to provide excellent customer service and to be back as one of the island’s top three resorts,” said David.

Divi Carina Bay Beach Resort is hiring catering, maintenance, cleaning and housekeeping staff.


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