Mexico-based Karisma Hotel and Resorts has announced plans to invest more than US$900 million to develop nine hotels in Jamaica, adding 4,000 rooms to the country’s stock over the next ten years.

The 228 acre Llandovery beachfront property in St Ann will be the site for this massive development, which is also intended to create 8,000 new direct employment and about 5,000 jobs indirectly.

According to Caribbean 360 News, Karisma’s vice-president for corporate affairs and business development, Ruben Becerra, made the announcement on Tuesday during a press conference at the offices of the Jamaica Tourist Board in New Kingston.

Becerra said that the first of the nine hotels is scheduled to open for the winter 2018 tourism season.

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