KINGSTON, JAMAICA – Jamaican hospitality professional Sherrita Savage is the 2020 Forbes Employee of the Year. Ms. Savage, Group Reservations Agent at Half Moon, a luxury resort nestled in heart of Montego Bay, was selected from among hundreds of nominations worldwide. Recently, she was presented with her award at a star studded black-tie gala dinner at the Forbes Travel Guide 2020 Luxury Summit at ARIA Resort and Casino in Las Vegas.
NEW YORK, NY – Jamaica captured three gold awards at the 2020 Travvy Awards in New York City including Best Culinary Destination, Caribbean/Bahamas; Best Tourism Board Overall and Best Tourism Board, Caribbean/Bahamas. The destination also walked away with three silver awards: Best Destination Overall, Best Honeymoon Destination, Caribbean/Bahamas and Best Wedding Destination, Caribbean/Bahamas.
Sandals Resorts International is excited to announce that Beaches Negril, voted the most awarded resort for families in Negril, has completed an array of enhancements, making it the newest and trendiest resort for families everywhere. The new Beaches Negril offers guests the most spectacular interior décor, furnishings and fixtures in all of its modern rooms, including the resort’s luxurious walkout suites: the Tropical Beachfront Three-Bedroom Walkout Grand Butler Family Suite and the Tropical Beachfront One-Bedroom Walkout Grand Concierge Family Suite.
KINGSTON, JAMAICA – Travelers seeking to immerse themselves in a destination where history comes alive need look no further than Jamaica. Rich with the remains of over half a millennia of human exploration and development, the island destination serves up fascinating landmarks for both an enjoyable and educational getaway.
NASSAU, The Bahamas and the United States have signed an air services agreement (ASA) that the Caribbean nation said reflects a strong commitment by both countries to the continued strengthening of bilateral relations and the modernization of aviation operations.
NEW YORK, NY – The Jamaica Tourist Board’s booth was a big hit during The New York Times Travel Show, held at the Jacob Javits Convention Center from January 24-26th. Travel professionals and eager attendees flocked to the Jamaica booth to receive information on new developments, attractions and vacation packages to the destination from partners Melia Hotels International, Palladium Hotel Group and Rose Hall Development.