Jumeirah to Operate Luxury Resort on Anguilla
It is expected that the resort will open in the next 3 years.
January 14, 2011 2:33 by Rasha Reslan
Jumeirah, the Dubai-based luxury hotel group and member of Dubai Holding, has signed a management agreement with Conch Bay Development Ltd, the development company owned by the Kentish and Lake families, to operate a luxury resort hotel and residences on the island of Anguilla, British West Indies, in the Caribbean. Development of the project will be coordinated by PN Holdings LLC, an entity formed by companies affiliated with Robert A. Petrallia and golf legend Jack Nicklaus.
On completion the Jumeirah Anguilla Resort project will consist of a 140-room Jumeirah luxury hotel with a spacious spa, conference facilities and beach clubs, as well as 460 residential units, which will also be managed by Jumeirah. Renowned golf course designer Jack Nicklaus is creating a championship 18-hole “Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Course” for the Jumeirah Anguilla Resort. His Signature Course will run along a magnificent stretch of oceanfront property with several holes playing to or along the water. The course will offer spectacular views across the sea to the beautiful peaks of St. Maarten.
Situated on 370 acres of beachfront on the south side of Anguilla, the Jumeirah Anguilla Resort has been designed to express Jumeirah’s global brand promise to STAY DIFFERENTTM with imaginative architecture, exhilarating ocean views, thoughtful and generous service and a commitment to creating memorable, culturally relevant experiences for its guests. It is expected that the resort will open in the next 3 years.