Remington Hospitality enters Caribbean market

Management company Remington Hospitality has expanded into the Caribbean market. The company has begun managing Croc’s Resort & Casino in Costa Rica, marking the management company's first property in the region. Remington Hospitality is broadening its international portfolio and has also signed on to manage Autograph Sarchi in Costa Rica and two Larimar City resorts — Royal Sonesta Hotel and The James — in the Dominican Republic.

"We are thrilled to announce Remington Hospitality's expansion into the Caribbean, a move we have long been working towards," CEO Sloan Dean said in a statement. "The combination of the Caribbean's high year-round tourism demand and an increased interest in wellness travel makes this advancement a no-brainer. We’re looking forward to bringing our unmatched guest service beyond the U.S. borders, and I am confident that this expansion will usher in an exciting new chapter of success."

Located along the beaches of Jaco, Costa Rica, Croc's Resort & Casino is a destination for leisure guests and thrill-seekers to explore the resort's many activities and entertainment options. These activities include surfing, paddleboarding, ziplining and horseback riding. In addition, the resort gives guests access to an on-site casino, four diverse restaurants, a nightclub, a resort-style pool and more than 7,000 square feet of event space. The hotel has 166 guestrooms and suites with dedicated living areas and balconies showcasing mountain and ocean views. 

Future Caribbean Growth

Remington Hospitality continues to expand its presence in the Caribbean by signing several additional management agreements across the region, including:

  • Two hotels — The James and Royal Sonesta — in Larimar City, Dominican Republic, the Caribbean’s first smart city, and groundbreaking multi-use development.
  • An Autograph hotel in Sarchi, Costa Rica.
  • A luxury ecotourism project in Monte Verde, Costa Rica.

The company also believes there are additional growth opportunities in Mexico, Puerto Rico, Grand Cayman, the U.S. Virgin Islands, Panama, the Bahamas and South America.

"In recent months, Remington has prioritized expanding our presence in other key hospitality verticals," says Keith Oltchick, chief development officer at Remington Hospitality. "Our foray into the Caribbean underscores this dedication and positions the properties themselves as tangible symbols of our forward trajectory."