Is there another way to say "We are working on to update our resort."? I do not want to use working on.
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I would think any kind of phrase implying current updating, improvements, modernization, would be interpreted by travelers as "under construction", much like "cozy starter home" usually means cramped, 1-bath converted garage or other too-small structure. :-)
If you want to avoid the implication of being "under construction", you can use a more ambiguous phrase such as:
Use "We are updating our resort." (Or "modernizing" or "greatly improving")
Rarely are people interested that you "are working" (even very hard) to do something. I suspect that was what bothered you about your phrase.
A common similar problem is seen in much advertising writing that says things like, "We strive to meet your needs."
You either meet needs or you don't. "Striving" implies you have a hard time doing it.
"Working on" is surely implied by "updating", unless you are updating the resort without doing any work.
"We are updating our resort" is direct and meaningful.