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WATCH: Courtyard By Marriott Hotel To Open At Pointe Seraphine In 2025

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Construction of the Courtyard by Marriott Hotel at Point Seraphine, which would include 140 rooms and suites, continues apace, with an opening set for 2025.

Designed for business travelers, the hotel will also accommodate families. We hear more in this report:

SOURCE: Invest Saint Lucia

 

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  1. It will be comical for the majority of ‘white visitors’ to learn that this present government will/has passed a decree to ban a supposedly white person to serve in the St. Lucia Parliament; even more comical to decree that all Hotel visitors be anything but white. I guess Santa Closs must be a black man with white beard; how hypocritical for these men to pray to and worship ‘the Savior at Christmas’ seeing he is neither black nor white, like someone who just happened to be born in Martinique and rushed back to St. Lucia. The Speaker of the House a while back openly showed every Lucian globally, how unashamedly stupid and racist this government is; that speaker without SLP is unemployable and many like him will be made unemployable, so carry on, merry Christmas.

  2. Too many jobs are created by the PM, all on tax payers purse and yet still their services are not expedited. I think that they are ways to save our tax payers money. Every employee should be evaluated by an independent body from the ministers down , according to rank. If they do not perform, decrease their salaries period. Everywhere you go in these government departments they are so slow. I am certain that there would be a drastic change of attitude towards their work. But does the PM have the fortitude to do that? Let us see.

  3. @ time I agree with you but you see the thing is who ever is in power is the one that is making and applying the laws so the reason you wont get ministers being evaluated by independent bodies is because who ever that is making the law has to be careful that this law does not come to bite them in the future.

    Imagine you in power and you pass a certain law then you not in power again after the elections and then you back in power again after a next election and something happens and that something has to be processed through the same law that you put in place when you were in power ten years ago.

  4. I am just saying, why all hotels on the island are built so close to the shore(s)…this practice(s) is making it very difficult for the locals to use the beach. The Bigger countries are not doing this, why are we the people “the government” doing this? if this continue our future children will be in trouble because of our practices and doing. I am just saying.

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