Princess’s 1609 reopens after upgrades

  • New look: the Hamilton Princess and Beach Club's upgraded 1609 restaurant reopens on Friday (Photograph supplied)

    New look: the Hamilton Princess and Beach Club's upgraded 1609 restaurant reopens on Friday (Photograph supplied)

  • New look: the Hamilton Princess and Beach Club's upgraded 1609 restaurant reopens on Friday (Photograph supplied)

    New look: the Hamilton Princess and Beach Club's upgraded 1609 restaurant reopens on Friday (Photograph supplied)


Hamilton Princess and Beach Club’s 1609 Bar & Restaurant reopens tomorrow, following upgrades to the space, including additional covered areas.

The restaurant and bar now offers guests protection from the elements throughout the entire space, without losing its open-air element.

These upgrades mean that 1609 will be available as an event space all year round, the Princess stated.

The upgrades were carried out by principal local contractors, D&J Construction under the supervision of Botelho Wood Architects and involved an average of 24 employees throughout the project and roughly 9,000 man hours.

The “Impossible Seekh Kebab” is a new vegetarian addition to the menu, joining favourites such as golden fried shrimp and fish tacos.

The restaurant is open seven days a week from 11am until 10pm, serving lunch, dinner and drinks.

For more information, call 298-2028 or e-mail ham.diningreservations@fairmont.com

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Published Apr 5, 2019 at 8:00 am (Updated Apr 5, 2019 at 8:00 am)

Princess’s 1609 reopens after upgrades

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