Major hotel brands debut in Jamaica

Destination Broadens Hotel Portfolio with New Builds and Deepens Relationships with Current Properties

 KINGSTON, JAMAICA – Major hotel brands are entering the shorelines of Jamaica to entertain vacationers with elegance, luxury and more variety than ever. Jamaica’s collection of hotels is rapidly growing and diversifying with the debut of renowned hotel brands such as Hyatt and recently announced brands such as Curio – A Collection by Hilton.

“Jamaica continues to attract some of the world’s leading hotel brands, because the destination ticks all the right boxes for today’s eclectic traveler,” said Jamaica’s Director of Tourism, Paul Pennicook. “This leaves us with a feeling of tremendous optimism for our island nation, with further proof that our destination’s diversity is highly coveted by the travel and tourism community.”

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Minister of Tourism and Entertainment, Hon Dr. Wykeham McNeill (3rd right) is at the centre of informal talks following last Friday’s (April 24) groundbreaking event for the Meliá Braco Village hotel in Trelawny. With him (from left) are Attorney General and Member of Parliament for North Trelawny, Hon. Patrick Atkinson; General Manager of Meliá Braco Village Dimitris Kosvogiannis; Director of Public Prosecutions, Paula Llewelyn; Minister of National Security, Hon. Peter Bunting and Custos of Trelawny, Hon. Paul Muschett. The 225-room government owned Braco property is slated to reopen in December 2015 as the Meliá Braco Village. The renovation of the existing facility and construction of an additional 250 rooms are expected to provide as many as 700 jobs after which the hotel will have some 400 employees.
On arrival at Meliá Braco Village for its April 24 groundbreaking event, Minister of Tourism and Entertainment, Hon. Dr. Wykeham McNeill (right) engaged in a brief discussion with (from left) President of the American Chamber of Commerce Jamaica, Ronald McKay; General Manager of Meliá Braco Village, Dimitris Kosvogiannis, Regional Vice President of Meliá Hotels International, Alvaro Tejeda Schroder and Opposition Spokesman on Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade and former Tourism Minister, Edmund Bartlett.

 

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