There are a number of attractions that are close to our hotel. For more information about general attractions in Guyana, see Explore Guyana.
Spanning Peter’s Hall on its eastern edge and Schoonard/ La Grange on the western edge, the bridge is a vital, linking spanning the east and west banks of the Demerara River. Persons living in the Essequibo communities and beyond also utilize the bridge to access the capital city and other areas in eastern Guyana.
The Demerara Harbour Bridge is not, as is widely believed, the longest of its kind in the world. It is in fact, only the fourth longest and was established in 1978 and consists of 61 spans of varying lengths and floats on 122 steel pontoons.
A number of buoys are attached to the structure and serve as a safety measure in case of persons accidentally falling overboard. Described as one of Guyana’s majestic landmark, the 6074- foot floating toll structure was opened to the public on the 2nd of July, 1978.
Attached to the bridge is a walkway which is used by pedestrians for various reasons. Sightseers, tourists, and lovers spend many leisurely hours on the walkway while health enthusiasts use it as an exercise footpath. The bridge’s walkway is seen as a recreational outlet from where the public views the awesome fireworks display by the Guyana Defense Force on holidays.
The Providence Stadium is a sports stadium in Guyana, replacing Bourda as the national stadium located about 9km south of the capital, Georgetown. The stadium was built specifically to host Super Eight matches in the 2007 Cricket World Cup, which were held in March and April 2007.
The stadium hosted six World Cup matches between 28 March and 9 April in 2007, most notably the match between Sri Lanka and South Africa in which Sri Lankan fast bowler Lasith Malinga became the first bowler in international cricket history to take four wickets in four consecutive balls.
The Guyana stadium can hold 15,000 seats. Built on the banks of the Demerara River, it was designed to be the largest stadium in Guyana.
HJ Water World, located just 3 minutes from Ramada Georgetown Princess Hotel this venue offers a variety of exciting water oriented activities for all members of the family. With a man-made beach, floating obstacle course, giant water slides, paddle boats, water bikes, blow up canoes, a huge pool and a game arcade.
Also cabanas, day beds and beach chairs all available for your total relaxation. Certified life guards are always on duty. Open daily Monday to Friday from 10:00 am to 8:00pm and Weekends from 10:00am to 10:00pm.
Trinidad-based Massy Group opened its first supermarket at the Amazonia Mall, Providence, East Bank Demerara (EBD), making it the largest one-stop shop facility in the country.
The mega mart features an in-store pharmacy, a deli and bakery, butchery and fresh fish counters, ATM machines, MoneyGram and SurePay points of service.
It offers fresh produce, chilled and frozen meat, prepared foods, local and foreign food and general merchandise items. It has 16,000 square feet of retail space.