Dominica’s Cabrits Hotel Project Looking for Management Company


Above: Dominica (CJ Photo)

By Alexander Britell

MIAMI — The Cabrits hotel project in Dominica is moving forward and now seeking a company to manage the property, according to Rhoda Joseph, the executive director of Invest Dominica Authority.

Joseph was speaking Monday at the Caribbean Hotel and Resort Investment Summit in downtown Miami.

The 68-room Cabrits development will include 58 rooms and 10 suites on a beachfront location in Portsmouth. It will also feature a conference facility for more than 100 people, a spa, a pool and restaurants.

The project has room for an additional 30 rooms on its 4.5-acre site, Joseph said.

The hotel’s construction is being funded as a gift from the government of Morocco, which has been deepening its ties with Caribbean countries over the last several years.

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