Yepton property could sell to make way for a Marriott

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The Minister of Tourism reported that summer tourism bookings are extremely high, and that the usual lull in summer flights and hotels reservations will not be occurring this year.

Hence, the expectation is that demand for services and products will continuously be in demand and will result in greater economic activity throughout the entire Summer 2022.

The Minister further informed that discussions with the current owners of the Yeptons property resulted in an agreement to sell.

The new hotel is likely to be a Marriott which is a well-known brand globally and will surely cause an increase number of tourists to visit Antigua and Barbuda.

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