Gansevoort Turks & Caicos Has Officially Relaunched Under A New Name: Wymara
Goodbye Gansevoort, hello Wymara!
This morning, Monday, January 28th, the resort unveiled a new name and brand, Wymara Resort and Villas.
"We are excited to usher in 2019 and our 10th anniversary with the unveiling of a fresh new identity. Wymara remains fully owned and managed by the original developers of the resort and you will continue to enjoy the same warm hospitality, attentive service and amenities here throughout your stay and in those that follow. In addition our tenured executive team and employees will be all the friendly faces you recognize. We look forward to welcoming you soon to be a part of this experience as we enter this next chapter and decade!"
“Guests will enjoy a continuation of the warm hospitality, attentive service and amenities the resort is known for,” the property said in a statement.
“As we enter 2019 with the new Villas and the 10>span class="s2"> anniversary of the resort, we took the opportunity to create a fresh, comprehensive new independent identity,” said Rob Ayer and Bruce Maclaren, co-developers and owners of Wymara Ltd. “We are committed to elevating the guest experience with contemporary elegance in all design aspects, quality and service; which will redefine Caribbean Luxury.”
The Wymara Resort and Villas has 91 rooms on the western end of Turks and Caicos’ iconic Grace Bay Beach.vAmenities range from a 7,000-square-foot infinity pool to a signature eatery, Stelle, and a beachfront Robata-style restaurant called Zest.
Last year, the Wymara added seven new four and five-bedroom villas on Turtle Tail, about 2.5 miles from the property.
The move means the Gansevoort brand is no longer in the Caribbean, with developers at the brand’s other former outpost, Playa Imbert in the Dominican Republic, rebranding as well.
Source: Caribbean Journal