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Friday, October 20, 2006 - The Almond Morgan Bay Resort is joining the ranks of the many hotels on the island expanding their room capacity for the Cricket World Cup next year.


The resort, which is owned by Barbados-based Almond Resorts, has already broken ground for the addition of 100 more rooms to the property's two-hundred and forty six (246) rooms.


The Government of Saint Lucia has made available a generous package of incentives to increase the stock of rooms in Saint Lucia as the island prepares to host matches in cricket's premier event.


In the last few years, Saint Lucia has recorded a flurry of activity in hotel construction, with several existing hotels having expanded and a record one billion dollars worth of investments in the tourism sector, most related to providing additional accommodation for visitors to the island for Cricket World Cup next year.

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