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Growth & Jobs | ROK Hotel: A significant investment in downtown Kingston

Growth & Jobs | ROK Hotel: A significant investment in downtown Kingston

The Ministry of Tourism has applauded the pending opening of ROK Hotel Kingston, hailing the development on the Kingston waterfront as an invaluable investment that will add to the revitalisation of the capital.

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ROK Hotel Kingston, Tapestry Collection by Hilton is a 168-room property that is owned by PanJam Investment Limited and managed by Highgate, a leading real estate investment and hospitality management company. The hotel, which is set to open in 2022, will include dining options, residential opportunities, and business meeting spaces.

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Milestone investment The 12-storey contemporary hotel, located on Ocean Boulevard in downtown Kingston, will be a one-of-a-kind addition to Kingston’s hotel offerings. Overlooking the Kingston Harbour, which is the seventh-largest natural harbour in the world, ROK will feature an expansive pool deck, a fitness centre, as well as a lounge area, restaurant, café and bar. Guests of the hotel will be provided with convenient access to the National Gallery of Jamaica, Port Royal, and the Jamaica Conference Centre.

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Following a recent meeting with hotel stakeholders, Minister of Tourism Edmund Bartlett said the hotel’s opening is coming at an opportune time and aligns with the ministry’s push for the overall development of the city

“This investment is quite timely, as we are taking aggressive steps to position Kingston as a vibrant urban tourism destination and developing its surrounding areas to offer a variety of authentic cultural and entertainment experiences through music, food, art and adventure. The continued show of confidence by investors, even at this challenging time, is evidence that Jamaica is still a coveted destination and a powerful global brand,” said Bartlett

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