Barbados is filled with exciting investment opportunities that are projected to increase long-stay arrivals by approximately 92% and increase visitor spend by approximately 111% by 2025. Visionary investors can gain a head start into these new developments that will bring an additional 4,000 new rooms and 7,000 new jobs in the Carlisle Bay area alone.

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Sam Lord's Castle

Sam Lord’s Castle

The historic Sam Lord’s Castle property, constructed in 1820, was once the flagship hotel of Barbados and an iconic property throughout the Caribbean.

The Government of Barbados (GOB) through the BTII is now requesting proposals for the development of Sam Lord’s Caste Estate, which is subdivided into five (5) lots. BTII is currently undertaking the development of a 450 room Hotel project on Lot 1, which measures 28.3 acres : this project is slated for completion in March 2022.

To boost the attractiveness of the entire estate, BTII is now seeking proposals from interested developers for the purchase and subsequent development of a tourism related project or projects on the three adjacent parcels which measure approximately 17.3 acres in total.

The Opportunity

Carlisle Bay

Carlisle Bay Development

The Carlisle Bay Development, which covers over 2 km of beachfront land, is a unique tourism investment prospect in any tropical island in the world today. This beachfront land, owned by the government and the private sector, sits on a beautiful crescent bay infront of a historic capital city and UNESCO site. At the centre of this opportunity is the people of Barbados. This development will be the anchor for the complete regeneration of the communities in this urban corridor: livelihoods, infrastructure and sustainable futures for all. Please see the link below to learn more. The Carlisle Bay Development will include:

  • An iconic performing arts/conference facility
  • 5 new hotels (an additional 1,500 rooms)
  • A marina
  • Entertainment facilities

The Opportunity