Hotel News

Baha Mar To House Multiple Brands

Print
BAHA Mar's 1,000-acre resort campus will no longer house only Starwood properties but multiple brands, it was revealed yesterday, following the announcement that the deal to move the project forward had been signed in Miami with Chinese investors. The $2.6 billion redevelopment is expected to create 2.3 million new visitor nights.
Read more...
 

Business Community Says 'Embrace Baha Mar'

Print
The Government was yesterday urged to "embrace" the $2.6 billion Baha Mar project and do everything they can to ensure it happens, a former Chamber of Commerce president telling Tribune Business the development was something "the economy so desperately needs".
Read more...
 

Baha Mar Pledges $200M Construction To Bahamian Contractors

Print
Baha Mar yesterday pledged to award all contracts for the $200 million first phase construction of its $2.6 billion Cable Beach redevelopment to Bahamian contractors, providing more than 250 jobs during the first 12 months of work, with some 3,300 locals set to gain work over the three-and-a-half year building phase.
Read more...
 

Wyndham Has Future As Boutique Hotel

Print
The true scale of the physical transformation that the $2.6 billion Baha Mar will bring to the Cable Beach area has been unveiled by its top brass.

And one familiar sight on West Bay street will definitely change, with the Wyndham to become a smaller hotel after two towers are ripped down to make way for the mega-resort.
Read more...
 

Bahamas Contractors Welcome Baha Mar Project

Print
The Bahamian Contractors Association has welcomed the news of Baha Mar securing a minority partner, with the group already looking at strategies to work out language barriers with the thousands of Chinese workers approved to work on the project.
Read more...
 


Page 117 of 155