PM tours AC Hotel

Monday, June 17, 2019

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Prime Minister Andrew Holness toured the new AC Hotel Kingston last Friday for a first-hand view of the state-of-the-art facility that represents the newest tourism investment in the capital city.

The visit was a rewarding experience for Holness who, in January 2017, broke ground for the US$50-million complex that now houses a full-scale BMW/MINI international showroom and service centre, as well as the 220-room hotel.

The tour was conducted by Sandals/ATL Group's Deputy Chairman Adam Stewart and the hotel's General Manager Koen Hietbrink.

The hotel will open to guests today.

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