Graycliff Opens Boutique At LPIA

Saturday, 31 October 2009 23:00 News Editor
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Travelers in The Bahamas have an elegant, relaxing way to spend their airport time with the opening of the Graycliff Boutique & Smoking Divans at the Lynden Pindling International Airport.

The new 1,200 square foot lounge, which features both smoking and non-smoking areas, is designed in a tropical yet modern, warm and elegant style. There are comfortable designer chairs and couches with subtle lighting. Strategically placed flat-screen televisions — built in to the wood paneled walls — allow guests to keep up with the news or their favorite sports or television program. A state of the art ventilation system ensures the cleanest atmosphere possible in the smoking room.

By paying a $10 entrance lounge fee, guests can enjoy a complimentary glass of wine or other beverage. In addition, a menu of light dishes will be available for purchase shortly.

A Graycliff Boutique offers Graycliff cigars, cigarettes, Graycliff coffee and chocolates and various gift items.

"As a frequent traveler myself, I've been frustrated by the lack of a luxurious, relaxing place to unwind, have a bite to eat or catch up on e-mails at our airport," says Paolo Garzaroli, president of Graycliff Cigar Company, which owns the boutiques. "It's very rewarding to have made this dream come true."

"As luxury hoteliers, our expectations for style and comfort are quite high," said Graycliff's Chairman and CEO, Enrico Garzaroli. "The new boutique is unlike anything currently available in the region. We've raised the bar, now they'll all have to catch up to The Bahamas!"

The new Nassau lounge joins two existing Graycliff Boutique & Smoking Divans, located in the B and C terminals at Nashville International Airport, as well as one at the Graycliff Cigar Company and one at the Graycliff Hotel & Restaurant.

Source: The Nassau Guardian