Construction work with just what would be Jamaica's first built-in casino resort is expected to come from 2016, regional media reported. Celebration Jamaica Resort & Casino will feature 2,000 rooms in hotels, a casino, as well as a true number of entertainment and meals and drink options.
The complex will occupy a 75-acre parcel of land positioned in Rose Hill, in the Montego Bay Area. The project will be rolled out in several stages. The amount of $500 million is expected to be allocated to the completion of Phase 1.
At first, the resort will provide 1,000 rooms in hotels, with 1,000 more become added afterwards. So when stated earlier, it will also feature a 100,000-square-foot gambling location with casino games and activities wagering choices, retail room, a Caribbean World musical Entertainment specialized, and a number of other amenities.
Businessman Robert Trotta, that is behind the project that is multi-million-dollar explained that the built-in resort will aim at celebrating Jamaican music and everything Jamaican. The entire complex is likely to cost $1.8 billion and once fully operational, it shall employ up to 12,000 individuals directly. No conclusion date is announced yet for Jamaica's first built-in resort.
Last year, Jamaica officials authorized the development of two such integrated resorts Celebration Jamaica and Harmony Cove. Construction regarding the latter is also likely to start with the summer of 2016.