Basseterre, St Kitts, November 5, 2019 – The four hotels which are expected to open their doors in St Kitts and Nevis next year, were attracted to the twin-island Federation by the St Kitts-Nevis Labour Party administration of then Prime Minister the Rt Hon Dr Denzil L Douglas. Minister of Tourism at the time was Sen the Hon Richard Ricky Skerritt.
The four hotels soon to be opened and attracted to St Kitts and Nevis under the Citizenship by Investment Programme are the St Kitts Ramada, Koi Resort, T-Loft at Wyndham and the Sea View Hotel. The Denzil Douglas administration also brought the Park Hyatt St Kitts which opened in 2017.
Other projects attracted to St Kitts and Nevis under the tenure of then Prime Minister Douglas, which provided thousands of jobs during the construction phases and hundreds of permanent jobs now they are completed, include the St Kitts Marriott and Royal Beach Casino, the Park Hyatt St Kitts, Christophe Harbour, The Strip at Frigate Bay, the St Kitts Eco-Tourism Park, The Angelus, The Marriott Residences, Christophe Harbour Marina, Saltplage, The Pavilion, Silver Reef Resort and Residences,Kittitian Hill, Imperial Bay Golf & Beach Residences, The St Kitts Castle, Ocean Edge, Manor by the Sea, The Dolphinium at Bird Rock Beach Resort, Renovation of Ocean Terrace Inn (OTI), Rendezvous Residences, Carambola and the St Christopher Club expansion.
The Golden Rock Commercial Park is still under construction.