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Ministers Attend Pink Beach Groundbreaking

Ministers Attend Pink Beach Groundbreaking

Yesterday [July 12] Premier Michael Dunkley, joined Minister of Tourism Development & Transport Shawn Crockwell and Minister of Home Affairs Michael Fahy for an informal groundbreaking at the Pink Beach Club. The event signals the formal start of redevelopment works at the hotel site, which is being developed by Sardis Developments Ltd. Also present... Read more of this article

Pink Beach Environmental Impact Statement

Pink Beach Environmental Impact Statement

As part of their application for planning permission for the Pink Beach Club redevelopment, the developers submitted an Environmental Impact Statement [EIS] outlining the plans as well as any impact on the environment along with mitigating steps. The beach-front Tucker’s Town cottage colony was recently sold to Sardis Developments, and the proposed... Read more of this article

Opposition Welcome Pink Beach Development

Opposition Welcome Pink Beach Development

Shadow Tourism Minister Wayne Furbert said the PLP welcomes “the much anticipated development of the new boutique hotel at Pink Beach,” and they look forward to “seeing Bermudians back to work on and at that historic property.” Earlier this month the Bank of Butterfield announced that it had concluded the sale of the beach-front... Read more of this article

BEST Welcomes Pink Beach Redevelopment

BEST Welcomes Pink Beach Redevelopment

The Bermuda Environmental Sustainability Taskforce [BEST] has welcomed the Pink Beach redevelopment project, saying their “preliminary comments are mostly favourable. ” A spokesperson said, “The redevelopment of the Pink Beach Hotel site brings welcome features that will benefit future development in Bermuda. The Bermuda Environmental... Read more of this article

Pink Beach Club Sold To Sardis Developments

Pink Beach Club Sold To Sardis Developments

[Updated with video] The Bank of N.T. Butterfield & Son Limited today [Mar 7] announced that it has concluded the sale and transferred ownership of the former Pink Beach Club hotel to Sardis Developments Ltd. The beach-front Tucker’s Town cottage colony was placed in receivership in 2010.Michael Collins, Butterfield’s Senior Executive Vice... Read more of this article

Pink Beach To Close On Aug 31, Reopen In 2014

Pink Beach To Close On Aug 31, Reopen In 2014

Pink Beach — which currently has 42 employees — will close on August 31st and all staff will receive full redundancy. It is scheduled to reopen in May 2014 as a 95 room five star Capella Resort and will employ approximately 215 people, Government said this morning. A Government spokesperson said, “In accordance with Hotel Concessions... Read more of this article

Crockwell: ‘Pleased To Pass Pink Beach Act’

Crockwell: ‘Pleased To Pass Pink Beach Act’

Following the passing of the Pink Beach Concession Act, Transport & Tourism Minister Shawn Crockwell said the facility will eventually employ 200 people, an increase of about 173 employees from what they have now. Pink Beach went into receivership in 2011, and is set to be sold, with the Minister saying they hope the facility will be “re-opened... Read more of this article

Pink Beach Club To Introduce Happy Hour

Pink Beach Club To Introduce Happy Hour

Pink Beach Club now offers the chance for Bermudians to socialize and relax on the east end of the island, with the resort set to launch a new Happy Hour from 5pm – 9pm. starting every Friday beginning on June 15th. Drinks will be priced from $6, with a BBQ and DJ at the pool-side setting. For partygoers who wish to make a weekend of it, Pink... Read more of this article

Photos: Waves Crash At Pink Beach Club

Photos: Waves Crash At Pink Beach Club

The Pink Beach Club on South Road, Tuckers Town is already seeing strong signs of Hurricane Igor, with powerful waves crashing up and over onto the hotel patio. The photos below were taken this afternoon [Sept 18], with Igor churning approximately 350 miles away from us, due to hit in just over 24 hours. Wave starting to go over:And explodes into... Read more of this article