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Wyndham to Open in Nevis

By: Caribbean Journal Staff - January 4, 2017

A major new multimillion-dollar hotel project is coming to the tiny island of Nevis.

Wyndham Hotel Group has announced plans to open its first hotel on the island of Nevis, with the Wyndham Grand Nevis slated to debut in 2019.

The hotel, which will be located within the Northern Pointe Resort, a 30-acre luxury real estate development, will include 170 suites, a private beach club, five dining areas, infinity pools, a spa and more than 10,000 square feet of meeting space.

“Nevis is known around the world as one of the most desirable yet exclusive vacation spots in the Caribbean, and as more travellers discover this tranquil paradise the demand for more upscale accommodations will grow,” said Paulo Pena, president and managing director, Latin America and the Caribbean for Wyndham Hotel Group. “Wyndham Grand’s distinct experiences and understated approach to luxury will bring a unique accessibility to this elite island. Adding Nevis to an impressive growing list of amazing global destinations – including Shanghai, Istanbul, Chicago, Phuket and Barbados – not only positions us to raise the Wyndham Grand flag in even more top-tier locations, but it also expands our managed hotel portfolio here in the region and further solidifies our commitment to providing unparalleled guest experiences to all travelers.”

Wyndham currently has 13 hotels across the Caribbean operating under its Wyndham Grand, Wyndham, TRYP by Wyndham, Ramada and Howard Johnson flags.

“By partnering with the world’s largest hotel group, we’re able to harness the power of Wyndham Hotel Group’s vast global distribution capabilities, globally renowned brands and simple and generous Wyndham Rewards loyalty program to deliver first-rate hospitality to Nevis visitors in an exquisite setting,” said Vishal Khanna, president and CEO of Northern Pointe Development LTD.

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— Caribbean Journal Staff

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