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A group of international investors led by China and Great Britain conduct an "exploratory visit" to Guam on Dec.
1, with plans to develop 22,500 square meters of land across Rte. The proposed five-star Sirena Grand Hotel would occupy approximately 5,000 square meters during phase one, and would contain a commercial center and three restaurants, according to David Jacka, CEO of Pacific Asian Developments Ltd.
A multinational group of investors has acquired 22,500 square meters of land across from the Agat Marina as part of a plan to build a five-star hotel in southern Guam.
The proposed 144-room, 15-story Sirena Grand Hotel will be developed across from the Agat Marina, a spokesman for the group, Lito Cubillas, said Tuesday.
The group is led by Pacific Asian Developments Ltd., or PADL, a hotel and resort development corporation registered in the Bahamas. Jacka, a British national, is visiting Guam this week as part of an exploratory trip with potential partners, which may include three of China’s major companies in real estate, construction and hospitality.“I am extremely impressed,” Jacka said of Guam as his investment group’s next location for a resort development.
The proposed 15-story Guam hotel could break ground over the next several months, according to the developer’s preliminary plan.
Impressed by Guam The developer acquired land that already has a mixed-use, Planned Unit Development approval, including for a hotel development, which the then-Territorial Land Use Commission granted in 1991, according to information from the group.
The approval was granted to a Japanese developer that wasn’t able to move forward with its plan.
Jacka said it’s his first time to visit Guam, and he’s impressed that the island offers the best of two worlds: the quaint, rural feel in southern Guam with old Spanish influences; and the world-class shopping and dining in Tumon Bay.
Guam has zero air pollution and traffic congestion doesn’t seem to be an issue, which he said are additional pluses for Chinese and other tourists from big cities that want a quiet island getaway that still offers world-class amenities.