A major new branded hotel is coming to Barbados.
Hyatt has announced an agreement by a Hyatt affiliate with Vision Developments Inc. to open a Hyatt Centric hotel in Carlisle Bay.
The project, which is slated to open in 2019, will be the first Hyatt-branded hotel in Barbados.
It will be designed by SB Architects, with interiors by DAS Concepts.
“Hyatt continues to focus on expanding its presence in Latin America and the Caribbean where our loyal guests want to travel. We are thrilled to announce that the Hyatt Centric brand is coming to this vibrant tropical island, and we believe Hyatt Centric Carlisle Bay, Barbados will offer a fresh new option for travelers looking to explore this historic and picturesque destination,” said Pat McCudden, senior vice president, capital strategy, real estate and corporate development for Hyatt. “The addition of Hyatt Centric Carlisle Bay, Barbados to the brand’s portfolio allows us to meet the needs of our guests traveling on leisure or business in this important region,” added McCudden.
The property will be located adjacent to Bridgetown, with 237 rooms on three acres of waterfront in Carlisle Bay’s Brownes Beach.
The property will also include 32 Hyatt Centric-branded condominium units, along with a signature restaurant, pool bar and grill and a cafe, along with a spa.
“Vision Developments is excited to partner with Hyatt to bring the Hyatt Centric brand to Carlisle Bay. We believe this project will serve as a catalyst for the development of many more hotel and real estate projects in the area, continuing Carlisle Bay’s transformation into a world-class resort destination,” said Mark Maloney, director of Vision Developments Inc. “Our team will ensure that the natural beauty, culture and heritage of Barbados will be reflected in the design and construction of Hyatt Centric Carlisle Bay, Barbados, and we look forward to working with the government, local regulatory agencies, companies and tradesmen on the island to make this project a success.”
The hotel will be the first Hyatt Centric in the Caribbean, and the second outside of the United States.
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