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Barack Obama Will Join Political VIPs at The Hyatt Trinidad

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  Site Where: 1 Wrightson Road, Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago
March 18, 2009 at 9:16 AM | by | ()

The Hyatt Regency Trinidad has been open not much more than a year, but it's already being trusted to host Barack Obama and a bunch of his friends when the Summit of the Americas heads to Trinidad in April.

This is the fifth time that leaders of the 34 member nations will meet up, and this time round they'll be discussing important stuff like human prosperity, energy, security and environmental sustainability--all on the ocean-front location in Port of Spain.

The hotel is actually (but not surprisingly) completely sold-out during the summit, which runs from April 17 to 19. Now we just wonder how the hotel's general manager decides who gets the Diplomat Suite and who gets the Presidential Suite. The good news is that even the politicians at the bottom of the pecking order will be able to run their countries from their room because there's WiFi throughout.

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