The Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group reportedly going to managea new resort in Beach Bay, Bodden Town.
St James Point is being developed by Melkonian Capital Management and RAL Development Services andwill include a 100-bed hotel and 87 residences branded by the Asia-based hotel chain.
This will be the first five-star hotel not on Seven Mile Beach.
The resort will sit on 67 acres with the usual amenities in a five-star hotel including swimming pools, spa and fitness centre as well as five restaurants and bars with its own farm to provide a ‘farm to table’ dining experience.
James Riley, Group Chief Executive of Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group, said the developer had “assembled a spectacular site and has the long-term vision to create a unique resort experience…”
Ryan Melkonian, the managing partner of the owning firm, said they were creating “a very special destination that we expect will be among the best in the Caribbean”.
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