Luxury Hilton Hotel for Dominica by 2018

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ROSEAU, Dominica, Friday October 30, 2015 – A new Hilton luxury development is coming to Dominica.

According to Hilton Worldwide, Tranquility Beach Resort Dominica will be opened for business in Salisbury by 2018, joining Curio – A Collection by Hilton.

Curio is a collection of unique hotels, each with their own history and character in cities across the globe.

The property will be a gated community of 60 one or two bedroom villa suites in 15 new buildings and will be accessible via private beach path.

“When considering properties for the Curio brand, we consider the interesting places travelers want to visit and how they want to experience them,” said Dianna Vaughan, global head, Curio – A Collection by Hilton.

“In that regard, the Tranquility Beach Resort Dominica will be a perfect marriage of a remarkable location with a connection to the identity, people, culture and energy of the area.”

Dominica is expected to benefit from the marketing of the Hilton brand as well as points and miles guests will earn for each night of their stay at the hotel.

Just recently ground was broken for a new hotel development, Kempinski Resort Dominica at Douglas Bay in Portsmouth.

Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit indicated that, like the Kempinski Resort, the project in Salisbury will also be executed through the Citizenship by Investment Programme.

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  • Arun Madisetti

    We don’t need new hotels…We need the night landing repaired and better air access. The hotel in Portsmouth is in the wrong location. should be in Marigot. All other white elephant projects (there are 7 at least, started and left unfinished) should be forced by govt to finish the projects. Once existing hotels have some sustainable capacity then perhaps new ones may be built. Money raised from passport sales have never ever completed a project, it is just so easy to “fly away”.

    • Dominiçan

      Some of you will never be satisfied doh matter what is done at this point