Hotels Investments and Tourism Developments

Sandals Resorts International

Chairman, Adam Stewart of Sandals Resorts International and his team visited SVG on June 22nd 2021, to meet with government ministers, greet some of their new Vincentian employees and tour the site for the coming Beaches Resort.

Furthermore, Sandals Resorts International further demonstrated its confidence in St. Vincent and the Grenadines as a tourist destination by hosting a local recruitment fair for its upcoming Beaches Resort – located at Buccament Bay.

More than 13 -hundred Vincentians attended the recruitment drive, and met with the Sandals delegation, comprising of senior resort management and human resources executives of the Caribbean Hotel brand. The recruitment drive is a manifestation of Sandals’ continued commitment to provide Caribbean nationals with training and employment opportunities across the region under its Team Member Exchange Programme.

Hotels Investments and Tourism Developments

Royal Mill Resort & Residences

Located at Ratho Mill, Royal Mill’s main building will be 10 stories high, making it the tallest structure ever in St. Vincent and the Grenadines. It will feature 80 luxury hotel rooms, 18 apartments, 15 luxury residences, two penthouses, high-end restaurants and shops, a business center with conference facilities, large gym and aqua centre, exclusive spa, large pool and bar, urban lounge area and parking for approximately 60 vehicles.

Myah's Luxury Suites Hotel

Located in Diamond – and currently employing approximately 23 construction workers – Myah’s Luxury Suites is estimated to be complete and open to the public by the end of 2021 / early 2022. It will employ around 37 persons and feature 35 rooms; nine single rooms, one double room and 25 self-contained suites. Additionally, there will be a restaurant and bar, gym and spa facilities, an office centre, a roof-top continuous pool and a manager’s clubhouse.

La Vue Hotel and Beach Club

Standing on the pool deck of the five-star La Vue Hotel and Beach Club located at Villa Point, one gets the feeling that you’re floating on a cruise ship in the middle of the ocean.

The spectacular view of the surrounding East St George area which includes Indian Bay Beach, and the feel of the sea breeze are just some of the many attractions that await persons who choose to visit one of the newest hotels in St Vincent and the Grenadines (SVG).

The property, formerly Grand View Hotel, has been bought and refurbished by several investors, among them, A& A Capital Inc which is headed by President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Adem Adem.

The operators now look over the five-star facility which has 19 rooms (15 king-bed and four double rooms), three restaurants, several bars including a swim up pool side facility, a gym with a squash court and sauna, a spa and a tennis court.

The hotel is also fully accessible for wheelchairs and there are plans to add more rooms and other amenities to the already top of the line facility.

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