Couples Resorts to Build New Property in Jamaica

Couples Resorts announced plans for a fifth resort in Jamaica. The new resort will be situated near the multi-billion dollar Harmony Cove luxury tourism project in Trelawny, Jamaica. The 370-room Trelawny resort, which is estimated to cost $57 million, will be built on 38-acres of land owned by Lee Issa, Couples Resorts' chairman. The construction is expected to be completed in 2008. For more information, visit [www.couples.com].

Suggested Articles:

New Jersey is the latest state to introduce legislation to implement a rigid version of the so-called "ABC test." Here's the latest.

The properties will be under the Courtyard by Marriott, Marriott Marquis and JW Marriott brands. Here’s more on what’s planned.

It’s been another busy week for executive appointments at cruise companies and hotels. Here’s what you need to know.