Tuesday, April 23, 2024

Butch Stewart eyes Almond

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Jamaican hotel magnate Gordon “Butch” Stewart is making a second play for another 30-acre property in Barbados.
This time around he has his eyes fixed on the Almond Beach Village, in St Peter whose Trinidadian owners, Neal & Massy, have announced an April 30 closure for the expansive beachfront property.
In this week’s Big Interview, the chairman of Sandals Resorts International chain speaks candidly about his interest in taking over the hotel.He also seeks to clear the air on his last investment in Paradise Beach, which he purchased in 1992 but was hit by legal and other wranglings and never got off the ground.
He spoke to Editor-in-Chief Kaymar Jordan.
Full interview in the SUNDAY SUN

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