New Costa Rica Luxury Resort Announced

Global Financial Group has announced plans to develop Azulera Resort Village, a $300 million dollar resort community, in Guanacaste, Costa Rica. The resort village will overlook Brasilito Bay on the Pacific Coast, 40 miles from the international airport in Liberia. Spanning 557 acres, the community will feature the 214-room Hyatt Regency Azulera Resort & Spa, a Greg Norman-designed championship golf course, shops, condominiums, townhouses, villas and private luxury homes. Construction is scheduled to begin in July 2006. The project's first phase, the hotel and golf course, is scheduled for completion by the end of 2008. Visit [www.azulera.com].

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