$80 million investment for Golf Resort in Guatemala
The Reunión Antigua Golf Resort will open its doors to the public next January. The investment is coming from Guatemalans.
Monday, November 17, 2008
The Antigua Golf Resort offers an 18 hole golf course, a luxury apartment complex, a 35 suite hotel, and they expect the Hilton chain to build another hotel complex, Waldorf Astoria with 100 rooms, in the short term.
The project La Reunion Golf Club, in Antigua, will be inaugurated next March 28, with the opening of its golf course.
The Panamera will be renamed Waldorf Astoria Panama, and will open before the end of 2012, under the management of Hilton Worldwide.
Le Meridien, Bristol Buenaventura, Nikki Beach, Finisterre Suites, Breezes Superclubs and the Radisson del Summit Golf & Resort anticipate opening their doors this year.
The "Pristine Bay Resort" project being developed in Roatán will have a golf course designed by Pete and Perry Dye.
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