By the Caribbean Journal staff
Myrtle Beach-based National Hospitality Group is expanding in the Dutch Caribbean.
NGH has revealed that it has added the Aruba Beach Club to its management portfolio.
The Aruba Beach Club will be the company’s fourth managed resort in the Caribbean, along with the Bluebeard’s Castle in St Thomas, the Coral Sands in Grand Cayman and the Sea Palace on St Maarten.
The beachfront property is set in Oranjestad, the capital of Aruba.
“NHG manages resort properties in the Dutch Caribbean and understands what is required to successfully manage resorts throughout the Caribbean,” said Bill Young, President of NHG Resort Operations. “NHG is excited and proud to be selected as the first external management company that the Aruba Beach Club has selected.”
The 131-unit resort is the 71st in NHG’s global portfolio.