Atlanta-based Kingwood International Resorts has purchased the property from Salamander Hotels and Resorts and announced plans for expansion across the property, which is home to 54 holes of golf. A new room hotel with convention space and meeting facilities will be built in addition to 1, new rental accommodations. This is on top of the existing accommodations ranging from condos and villas to vacation homes, as well the current 25, square feet of meeting and event space. The property has seven casual and fine-dining restaurants, a full-service spa, 10 community pools and a water park. A new wave pool is expected to be among the investments. All of this is potentially great news for golfers who come to Orlando for vacation.
Advertisement Gilbert Rozon sex crime hearing draws protesters but accused doesn't show Demonstrators mark International Women's Day in front of the courthouse to protest against Just for Laughs founder Gilbert Rozon, who is charged with sex related crimes, Friday, March 8, in Montreal. A judge granted a request by Rozon's lawyer Pierre Poupart that the case be put off until April With the court date coinciding with International Women's Day, a few dozen people protested outside. Dominique Daigneault, a union president, said the protest was a reminder that full equality of the sexes has not been reached and that women are still victims of violence. Rozon, 64, was charged in December with rape and indecent assault. The allegations come from a single female complainant and date back to