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Kimpton Hotels and Resorts to open new hotel in Grenada

In 2019, Kimpton Hotels and Resorts will open the Kawana Bay Grenada Resort, the company’s second venture in the Caribbean. Located on Anse Beach, the upscale resort will be situated between rainforest cliffs and the Caribbean Sea, and each of the rooms and suites will feature ocean views.

Kimpton Hotels and Resorts to open new hotel in Grenada

Kimpton Hotels and Resorts will open its second Caribbean property with Kimpton Kawana Bay Grenada Resort, which is scheduled to open in 2019. The new resort will be owned and developed by True Blue Development Limited and will be developed as a partial adaptive reuse with new build expansion. The new property will include 101 luxury studio rooms and 45 suites. There will also be 12 additional penthouse apartments available to private owners.

A number of Kawana Bay’s suites will include private pools which overlook Grand Anse Beach, and all rooms at the resort feature ocean views. Other amenities include an infinity pool, chef-driven restaurant, lounge and beach bars, fitness centre, and spa and water sports facilities.

Kawana Bay will be located on Grenada’s Grand Anse Beach, considered by many to be one of the finest beaches in the world. The resort is planned as a hillside retreat tucked between tropical rainforest cliffs and the beach. The resort’s location will provide guests with instant access to the south-eastern Caribbean.

Kawana Bay is the second Kimpton property in the Caribbean, the other being Seafire Resort and Spa in Grand Cayman. Mike DeFrino, Kimpton CEO, believes that the Kawana Bay resort will become a sought-after destination for travellers who want a luxury holiday in a laid-back atmosphere.

An unusual perk that comes with the new five-star property is the opportunity for interested investors to participate in Grenada’s Citizenship by Investment (CBI) program, an excellent investment opportunity. The CBI program prices start at $350,000 per ownership unit, and investors will receive a share of hotel revenue per year as well as citizenship in Grenada. Grenadian citizenship features numerous benefits, including visa-free travel to more than 115 countries.

Grenada is one of the most idyllic locations in the Caribbean, with a tropical climate and cooling trade winds that allow for tropical temperatures year-round. The island has a rich, colourful history and is known as the “Spice Island.” The resort’s name, Kawana Bay, refers to the native leatherback turtles, which were called “Kawana” by the Carib Indians.

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