Programs: Cap Lamandou Hotel
June 27, 2012
Providing Small & Growing Businesses with Access to Financing & Business Services
Fund Amount: $349,000
Above, the Cap Lamandou Hotel.
See more in the Cap Lamandou Hotel Photo Gallery.
The Clinton Bush Haiti Fund made a $349,000 loan to upgrade facilities at the Cap Lamandou Hotel in Jacmel. The hotel intends to become a Comfort Inn brand of Choice Hotels International. The loan allows the hotel to make a series of physical renovations, including upgraded furniture and equipment, as well as an updated reservation system and training for hotel management.
The arts capital of Haiti, Jacmel is key to revitalizing Haiti’s tourism industry. By investing in this hotel, the Clinton Bush Haiti Fund is indirectly investing in local restauranteurs, artisans, and store owners who benefit from expanding tourism.
The arts capital of Haiti, Jacmel is key to revitalizing Haiti's tourism industry. By investing in this hotel, the Clinton Bush Haiti Fund has indirectly invested in local restauranteurs, artisans, and store owners who benefit from expanding tourism.
Why We Invested in the Cap Lamandou Hotel
Clinton Bush Haiti Fund's loan to renovate and upgrade the Cap Lamandou Hotel reflects our commitment to supporting small and growing enterprises with access to finance and business development services.
Transforming Lives and Livelihoods
- Boost Jacmel's tourism industry.
- Welcome a leading international hotel chain to Haiti.
- Renovate and upgrade a high-profile hotel.
- Invest in the Haitian private sector.
About the Cap Lamandou Hotel
The Cap Lamandou Waterview Hotel in Jacmel, Haiti, is a 32-room facility that looks over the Jacmel Bay. It is owned and operated by Lamandou Waterview S.A., which is in turn owned by SIMACT Tourism Inc., a diaspora-led investment group. The luxury hotel is a top vacation spot for visitors to Jacmel.