The developers of the planned US$90 million Hilton Garden Inn, one of four chain-branded hotels expected to be constructed here, have already received the requisite approvals to begin construction, Head of the Guyana Office for Foreign and Local Investment (G-Invest) Peter Ramsaroop has said.
Ramsaroop on Tuesday told Stabroek News prior to government’s call for Expressions of Interest (EoIs), the chains had been able to secure lands under private partnerships.
“They are not looking for land from government. These are all people with private lands… because the Hilton Garden Inn investor had lands prior to the EoIs. They have done their homework and secured the necessary building permits and are able to go to construction,” he said.