Club Med Unveils Sandpiper Bay

All-inclusive family resort gets a $25-million facelift
Henri Giscard D'Estaing (Chairman and CEO Club Mediterranee), Linda 
Bartz (Vice Mayor Port St. Lucie), JoAnn M. Faiella (Mayor of Port St. 
Lucie)...
Henri Giscard D'Estaing (Chairman and CEO Club Mediterranee), Linda Bartz (Vice Mayor Port St. Lucie), JoAnn M. Faiella (Mayor of Port St. Lucie) and Jack Kelly (Councilman) celebrate the opening of Club Med Sandpiper Bay.

After undergoing a $25-million transformation, Club Med Sandpiper Bay, located in Port St. Lucie, Fla., held a celebration and champagne toast with locals and dignitaries to announce the resort's reopening. Among the distinguished guests were Henri Giscard D'Estaing, chairman and CEO of Club Med; Xavier Mufraggi, president, North America, of Club Med; Romero Britto, an artist and partner in the Britto Art Center educational programs for children located at Club Med Sandpiper Bay; and Port St. Lucie mayor JoAnn M. Faiella.

The 216-acre Sandpiper Bay features two new restaurants; four swimming pools; a new conference center and meeting facilities; and a waterfront wedding gazebo. Enhanced accommodations include expansive Deluxe Family Rooms with separate bedrooms and bathrooms.

Sandpiper Bay also offers a world-class training environment for tennis, golf and overall fitness with coaching from renowned experts in the sports industry. Coaches include Gabe Jaramillo, who trained the likes of tennis greats Andre Agassi and Monica Seles, and five-time Ironman champion, Heather Gollnick.

New facilities for younger guests include a Kidz Village with a Splash Park, an art center and Latitude 27 Degrees, a new lounge for teens and tweens.

Club Med Sandpiper Bay is currently billed as the only all-inclusive family resort in the U.S.  
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