2000 Room Casino Hotel for Montego Bay Jamaica in 2016
The green light was given in June 2015 for Casino Resort Projects.
Developers of Celebration Jamaica — one of two companies which received a provisional approved integrated resort development order from the government of Jamaica in mid-2015 — announced plans last week to break ground for a planned 2000-room resort “early in 2016”.
The project is one of two being granted approval under Jamaica’s new Integrated Resort Development and Casino legislation. Celebration Jamaica will be built on 90 acres in Rose Hall in the greater Montego Bay area.
Celebration Jamaica Founder Robert Trotta said the project would aim at “celebrating all things Jamaican and Jamaican music in particular.”
Trotta and his partners say they are using the services of Celebration Casino Corp, from Canada, who have developed and operated 30 properties internationally ranging from small to integrated projects. The group has developed detailed operational plans for Celebration Jamaica, the release said.