Bloomberry Resorts to re-open re-branded property on Jeju this month

Enrique-Razon

Philippine-based Bloomberry Resorts Corporation is this month set to re-open the casino of its new re-branded property on Jeju Island in Korea under the new management of Jeju Sun Hotel & Casino, the company announced.

Bloomberry has a 96.23 percent shareholdings in Jeju Sun Hotel and Casino, 10 percent held directly and 86.23 percent held through its subsidiary Solaire Korea Co., Ltd.

“Under the new management of Jeju Sun Hotel & Casino, the newly renovated casino boasts of the latest state-of-the-art table games and electronic gaming equipment open to foreign guests only. The Jeju Sun Casino, with its professional dealers, entertaining atmosphere and new Players Club reward system, is seen to enhance the travel experience while in Jeju,” the company said.

Re-opening the casino this month is the first phase of a multi-stage refurbishment plan, which was initiated last May. With the ongoing renovation schedule, the second phase is expected to be completed by December 2015.

The continuous refurbishment of the casino facilities will include the main lobby and new dining options.