August 6, 2013
The Grand Lucayan Resort
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THE government will have to revamp its fiscal projections with its purchase of the Grand Lucayan resort, Press Secretary Anthony Newbold said yesterday, conceding that buying the hotel is akin to dealing with the aftermath of a major hurricane.“It ha
WHILE negotiations to sell the Grand Lucayan Resort in the nation’s second city continue, Deputy Prime Minister K Peter Turnquest suggested on Monday that the Minnis administration is in the process of implementing strategies to temporarily boost Gra
PRIME Minister Perry Christie revealed on Friday night that a letter of intent for the sale and reopening of the Grand Lucayan Resort has been signed with a new purchaser, whose plans will significantly transform the hotel and the tourism product in Lucaya, Grand Bahama.
THE Commonwealth Union of Hotel Services and Allied Workers Union on Monday denied rumours of impending layoffs at the Grand Lucayan Hotel.
THE Grand Lucayan Resort has reopened one of its two hotel and hundreds of hotel workers on Grand Bahama are now back to work following Hurricane Matthew.
SUNWING Travel Group is demanding a $9 million upgrade to bring Grand Bahama International Airport up to its standards, Tribune Business can reveal, before it launches services to the island this fall.