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By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor
AN ILLINOIS-based investor is eyeing a $20-$30 million investment during the first two phases of its plans to transform the last Hotel Corporation-owned property into an upscale boutique resort, with talks aiming to reach an 'agreement in principle' set to be held as early as this week.
Michael Scott, the Hotel Corporation's chairman, told Tribune Busine...
The last known social interaction of South African Carla Van Eeden, who was found hanging in a room in Atlantis, involved a "dispute" with an unknown couple over paying for drinks, Atlantis employees have testified.
AN American homicide detective yesterday counteracted suggestions by a South African forensic pathologist that the hanging death of a 25-year-old female guest at the Atlantis resort last year was likely a homicide staged to look like a suicide...
THE hanging death of a 25-year-old South African woman in a bathroom at the Atlantis resort last year may have been staged to look like a suicide, a South African forensic pathologist claimed yesterday.
AN Atlantis resort hotel manager yesterday said his familiarity with crime dramas led him to find a South African tourist hanging in her room last year. During the inquest, Bennett Allen, the hotel manager of Atlantisâ€™ Royal Towers, pointed to popular show CSI: Crime Scene Investigation as motivation for the â€śheightenedâ€ť suspicions that led him to physically investigate Carla Van Eedenâ€™s r...
The Design-Led European Lifestyle Hotel Brand Makes its Debut in the Heart of Kingston
Kingston, Jamaica â€“ June 19, 2019 â€“ AC Hotels by Marriott has announced the opening of AC Hotel Kingston, Jamaica, bringing the brandâ€™s forward-thinking design approach to the island...
Chairman of the Hotel Corporation of The Bahamas Michael Scott said yesterday that the corporation is determined to keep government-owned properties out of the hands of "grifters" and those without the means to successfully develop the projects they put forward. Scott, who was a speaker [...]
Bahamas Hotel Catering and Allied Workers Union (BHCAWU) President Darrin Woods said yesterday that the union's decision to hold a strike vote was not based on issues with gratuity, but rather on the Bahamas Hotel Employers Association's (BHEA) failure to commence negotiations. "This was not [...]
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THE hotel workers union is maintaining the proposal it received from industry stakeholders outlined a "zero percent" gratuity provision -- despite Atlantis recently stating the industry has "never suggested" eliminating 15 percent gratuity from employees.