Sandals Montego Bay opens new conference centre

Luxury conference centre with seating for 300 opens in Montego Bay Jamaica, Sandals Resorts announces.

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A new luxury conference centre has opened in Montego Bay, Jamaica, to serve corporate events and groups. 

The 279sqm facility at Sandals Montego Bay can seat up to 300 people and has its own lobby, high tech equipment and kitchen and bathroom facilities.

Sandals Montego Bay general manager Carl Beviere said: "We are proud of the transformation we are undergoing, and with this new conference centre we are conquering new frontiers as we seek to engage more with our local communities by providing a safe and beautiful venue for them to host their events."

Sandals Montego Bay first opened in 1981 and is Sandals Resorts’ flagship property.

"As active members of the community, we are proud to be able to provide a beautiful space for our fellow community members to host their events," Beviere added.

 

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