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GHTA Continues to Lobby & Advocate

The Board of Directors intend to focus strongly on advocacy and lobbying on behalf of members. They look foward to engaging Ministers of Government and Permanent Secretaries in Ministries such as Labour, Finance, Education, Foreign Affairs and Works as well as Tourism in order to build stronger ties…

Getting Members’ Involvement

The decision was taken to reduce the ceiling on membership dues from $15,000 to $10,000.

Bi-Monthly Members Meetings will be held at properties to include those of members outside of the St George’s area in order to increase their attendance at meetings of members in outer parishes and…

Launch of Hotel Sector Recovery Plan

The GHTA received funding from the Government of Canada for the purpose of drafting a sector-wide economic recovery plan that will be used to guide lobbying, programming and fundraising activities, which it is expected will stimulate economic recovery for the hotel sector.

Members of the Board of Directors…

GHTA Non-Political

ST.GEORGES, GRENADA - The Grenada Hotel & Tourism Association wishes to inform the public that it is a non-political entity which works closely with the Government of the day elected to run the affairs of the country.

Hotel members of the Association take bookings from visitors from many…

GHTA Honours Sir John Watts

It was an evening where only words of commendation were showered on Sir John Augustus Watts KCMG. The Grenada Hotel and Tourism Association, as part of its 50th Anniversary Year celebrations held a special cocktail party sponsored by Spice Island Beach Resort on Saturday 15th December, 2012 to honour…

A Spicy Gala Event

The GHTA was disappointed by the lack of support for the Grenada Nutmeg & Spice Festival Gala Evening by members. Despite the poor support, sixty paid diners along with prize winners and organisers and sponsors were treated to a grand three course meal prepared by two teams of chefs…

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