Prime Minister of St Kitts and Nevis, Dr Timothy Harris, officially opened the Ramada Hotel in St Paul, St Kitts. The 300-room hotel would boost the country’s hospitality industry and create a large number of job possibilities for residents.
The opening ceremony of the five-star hotel at St Paul’s was attended by a diverse group of corporate and government representatives.
The Grand Opening of the Ramada Hotel was attended by Prime Minister Dr Timothy Harris, cabinet colleagues Akilah Byron-Nisbett, Jonel Powell, Eugene Hamilton, and Wendy Phipps, Citizenship by Investment Unit CEO Les Khan, and other attendees.
Scenes from the official opening of the beautiful Ramada #StKitts hotel. Scores of persons marveled at the awesome development and transformation of rural St. Kitts & our country #stkittsandnevis Another positive development bringing more jobs & more opportunities for our people. pic.twitter.com/wpD8T7xPsK
— Timothy Harris (@pmharriskn) December 3, 2021
“Today, we are celebrating the official opening of Ramada, and I want to place on record the Government’s deep appreciation to Ramada for the investment at this critical time,” Prime Minister Harris said, “and I want to place on record the Government’s deep appreciation to Ramada for the investment at this critical time.”
“It speaks well to attempts at diversifying the economy, especially at this important time,” Harris continued, “and I am confident that the guests who will come will enjoy the welcoming climate here in the northeast of St Kitts and Nevis.”
He described Ramada’s debut as “yet another excellent step,” adding that it “brings additional jobs and possibilities for people.” The hotel, according to the PM, is a symbol of rural St Kitts’ growth and regeneration.
Ramada’s development began in 2015, under the leadership of Prime Minister Timothy Harris. Ramada would be an ideal alternative for stay-over guests when the tourism season in St Kitts and Nevis slowly resumes.
The opulent resort is projected to boost the Federation’s hotel room supply at a time when the tourism industry is on the mend. Locals are overjoyed at the hotel’s official inauguration, as it will create hundreds of jobs in the hospitality industry, which will help to boost employment in St Kitts and Nevis.