Grenada Looking to Sign Deal With Four Seasons

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NEW YORK CITY, New YorkLuxury Travel Advisor attended the annual Caribbean Media Marketplace Thursday as part of the Caribbean Tourism Organization’s (CTO) Caribbean Week and walked away with some juicy news.

We sat down with members of the Grenada Board of Tourism and learned that the destination has resumed discussions to bring a Four Seasons resort to the island. Hon. George Vincent, Grenada’s new minister of tourism, civil aviation and culture, told us that talks have recently resumed with Four Seasons Hotels & Resorts to build a property on the south side of the island. Plans were in effect a few years ago, but then stalled when the recession hit, Vincent says.

“We’ve picked up talks again,” says Vincent. “Hopefully, if all goes well, we can see groundbreaking on that property probably by the end of the year.”

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