THE 225-room government-owned Braco Village is scheduled to reopen for the 2015/16 winter tourist season as the Meliá Braco Village, and is expected to provide hundreds of jobs for residents of Trelawny and nearby parishes in the western end of the island.
A groundbreaking ceremony at the Trelawny property, on the weekend, signalled the start of a comprehensive renovation project ahead of the hotel’s grand reopening as part of the Meliá Hotels & Resorts’ brand all inclusive portfolio.
Minister of Tourism and Entertainment Dr Wykeham McNeill welcomed Meliá to the growing list of top hotel and resort chains that are investing in Jamaica as the preferred Caribbean tourist destination, describing their presence as a show of confidence.
Published in the Observer
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