RODNEY BAY, Saint Lucia--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The HarborClub is pleased to announce Canadian-Jamaican investor Wes Hall will be joining owner and developer Daniel Buechler in a new partnership at the luxury hotel that is now set to open Friday, September 22, 2017.
“The first time I visited St. Lucia I fell in love with the country and the people and knew I wanted to invest here. I am excited to not only be building a world-class luxury hotel but to help bring jobs to the community and increase the profile of Rodney Bay and St. Lucia internationally,” Mr. Hall said. “I was impressed with Daniel the first time I met him and his passion for this project. Together, I am confident we will make this hotel and Rodney Bay a top destination for the world’s most elite travelers.”
The HarborClub is a designated 4-star hotel that delivers 5-star quality service. The hotel, situated in Rodney Bay next to the marina, one of the finest in Saint Lucia, welcomes Saint Lucians and guests from near and far, and provides a wide range of amenities to meet their every need. The hotel’s 115 rooms offer a choice of suites and junior suites, designed according to world-class standards, to suit every guest, whatever their age, ability or agility.
Read more about The HarborClub: www.theharborclub.com
About Wes Hall
Wes Hall is an established innovator, entrepreneur, and philanthropist. As Executive Chairman & Founder of Kingsdale Advisors he has been named one of Canada’s most powerful business people. He is the owner of QM Environmental, a leading environmental and industrial services provider, and Titan Supply, a top manufacturer and distributor of rigging and wear products serving industries in the oil, construction and transportation sector. He is the former Chairman of the Board of Difference Capital Financial, a former Director of Equity Financial Holdings Inc., Longford Energy, Wellgreen Platinum Ltd. and the Exempt Market Dealers Association of Canada. In 2009, Wes was recognized with the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year award for Ontario and, in 2011, Wes received the designation ICD.D from the Institute of Corporate Directors’ (ICD) in partnership with the Rotman School of Management of the University of Toronto.
Wes is also known for generosity, leveraging his business success to benefit others with a number of impactful charitable initiatives. Wes is currently a director of SickKids Foundation in Toronto and has donated over a million dollars to the hospital and established the Kendrick Fund to help a child in need from Jamaica get specialized medical care. As a director of Capitalize for Kids since 2014, an initiative that engages the investing community to support life-changing children’s brain and mental health programs, Capitalize for Kids has raised over $4 million. Wes has also changed the lives of thousands of children in his home country Jamaica donating both his money and time. In 2015, Wes was the recipient of the Vice Chancellor’s Award from the University of the West Indies.