Caribbean hotels are seemingly on demand of the new buyers. Several of the casino entities have hit the buying lists of different international gaming groups. Two of the major casino hotels located in the Caribbean bay have been sold recently. Both hotels have somehow found their ways to capture Wind Creek Hospitality’s attraction.
Wind Creek Hospitality is a US-based company that has established its authority in the casino business in the Creek Indians’ Poarch Band. It is a renowned brand offering casino games and services for a long time. Now the company has expanded its territory by achieving both Curacao Renaissance Resort and Casino and the Aruba Renaissance Resort and Casino.
According to information from an integral source, the terms of both deals are still not disclosed. Providing a clearer update, the company said that both of the resorts would be operative and run all their activities under the name of Marriott’s Renaissance Brand.
The sold resorts are situated in the Caribbean’s most bustling downtown regions. Aruba is located in Oranjestad, and the Curacao resorts are in Willemstad.
On the occasion of purchasing two prominent Caribbean resorts, several executives of Wind Creek have stated their feelings. In such a statement, Poarch Band of Creek Indians’ Tribal Chair Stephanie Bryan said that they were thrilled to be able to include those incredible properties in their portfolio. She also explained that the company wanted to be a part of the Aruba and Curacao communities. She also laid her expectation about her guests’ satisfaction being able to visit two of the best destinations in the Caribbean as a part of Wind Creek’s reward program.
The Aruba Renaissance has around 431 rooms and two lavish shopping malls. The entire casino is built on a private island that measures around 40-acres.
The other property is smaller in size and capacity. The Curacao renaissance has 237 rooms and luxurious suites. A rooftop pool carries the signature mark of Curacao Renaissance, and it has an incomparable bar area too.
Innovation Capital, LLC has acted as Wick Creek’s financial advisor. HBN Law and Jones Walker have acted as legal counsel.