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Antigua & Barbuda Breaks Ground For Five-Star Hotel

ST JOHN’S, Antigua, Feb 28 2017 – Officials here broke ground Tuesday morning for a five-star hotel. The Callaloo Cay Development project is being...

Tourism Body Helps Hurricane-Affected Haiti And The Bahamas

MIAMI, Feb 25 2017 – The Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association (CHTA) presented checks totalling US$70,000 to hotel associations in Haiti and The Bahamas...

Caribbean Leaders Concerned About Donald Trump Immigration Policies

GEORGETOWN, Guyana, Feb 18 2017 – Leaders of the 15-nation Caribbean Community expressed concern Friday that US President Donald Trump's immigration policies could lead...

Caribbean Reports Record Of 29 Million Visits

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, Feb 11 2017 – The Caribbean received a record number of visitors last year as arrivals topped 29 million, tourism officials announced...

Airbnb And CTO Sign Cooperation Agreement

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados Feb 07 2017 – The Caribbean Tourism Organization (CTO), the region’s tourism development agency, and Airbnb, whose community marketplace provides access to...

Marriott Hotel For Dominica

ROSEAU, Dominica, Jan 11 2017 – Silver Beach Resort and Spa in Dominica is now part of the world’s largest hotel chain - Marriott...

Marriott Breaks Ground For Hotel In Antigua

ST JOHN’S, Antigua, Nov 29 2016 – Marriott International is set to expand its portfolio in the Caribbean with its latest addition from the brand’s...

Grenada Tourism Authority Has A New Boss

ST GEORGE’S, Grenada, Nov 29 2016 – The Chairman of the Grenada Tourism Authority (GTA) Mr. Rodney George has announced that Ms. Patricia Maher...

Caribbean Welcomes 2.1 Million Canadians In First Half Of 2016

TORONTO, Nov 23 2016 – The Caribbean welcomed approximately 2.1 million Canadians during the first six months of 2016 Secretary General of the Caribbean...

Work On Problem Plagued Dominica Hotel To Resume Shortly

ROSEAU, Dominica, Nov 18 2016 – Work on a problem-plagued hotel funded by the Government of Morocco, is scheduled to resume after the Christmas...