BY JESSICA ROHR
For the Journal
The latest addition to the ongoing upgrades at the Guam Plaza Resort & Spa is a fitness center, set to open for guests on July 1. Its opening is part of the hotel’s effort to adjust to Guam’s primary tourist market, which is now equal parts Japanese and Korean, and to the preferences of today’s travelers.
“We are uplifting the property,” said Sudipta Basu, general manager of the resort’s parent company, City Hill Co. (Guam). “There are significant changes in the lobby, the guest rooms and public areas . . .
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