RockResorts Continues Growth in Beach Destinations, Adds Popular Bahamas Resort


RockResorts, a subsidiary of Vail Resorts, Inc., used to be a company your VIPs only associated with popular ski lodges, but the company continues to persuade clients to trade in their winter coats for bathing suits and sun screen.

RockResorts just announced yet another established property in the Caribbean/Bahamas region that it will now manage in the form of the Bimini Bay Resort and Marina, a 350-unit resort on Bimini, the Western-most island of The Bahamas.

Starting March 1, the existing resort properties, restaurants and activities, as well as the largest deep-water marina in The Bahamas, will be managed through the company’s property management collection, Legendary Lodging. Once the RockResorts hotel and spa are developed and completed, the entire resort will be branded as a RockResort.

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Developed with traditional Bahamian architecture, Bimini Bay Resort and Marina is comprised of 350 individually-owned existing residences, many of which feature luxurious amenities.

RockResorts got its feet wet in the region roughly two years ago with The Landings, St. Lucia, A RockResort. At the end of last year, however, is when the company began to position itself as a Caribean powerhouse with the acquisitions of the popular Montego Bay, Jamaica luxury resort, Half Moon, and the Balcones Del Atlantico in the Dominican Republic.

The company is also slated to manage Rum Cay resort in The Bahamas; the Third Turtle Club & Spa in Turks and Caicos and the Alma Del Pacifico Hotel in the Dominican Republic.

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