WASHINGTON, D.C. – United States Virgin Islands Governor Albert Bryan Jr. said restoring intra-regional travel was an integral first step for restoring Caribbean tourism, and that Puerto Rico could be a key player in boosting tourism for the region and beyond.
Port-of-Spain, Trinidad and Tobago - From January 27, 2022 Caribbean Airlines will introduce a pre-order meal service, on select routes, which will give customers more choice and an authentic taste of the Caribbean when they fly. This new offering is part of the airline’s focus on enhancing the customer experience, which is the overarching theme of its 2022 campaign: “Reset Expectations”.
(Bread & Butter PR) - The Hideaway at Hull Bay, a private beachfront estate offering stylish group accommodations with resort amenities, welcomed guests this January to St. Thomas. Redefining barefoot luxury, the lush 5-acre property is comprised of two villas and eight cottages, exclusively accommodating up to 36 guests with double occupancy for a fully tailored private island experience in the Caribbean. Marrying agritourism with five-star hospitality, The Hideaway brings fresh perspective to a familiar vacation destination, where taking care of the rich landscape is a virtue only equivalent to delivering an authentic, one-of-a-kind group experience.
PARAMARIBO, Suriname – Suriname has given the go ahead for the Trinidad-based state-owned Caribbean Airlines (CAL0 to resume operations here following a meeting between top officials of the Ministry of Transport, Communication and Tourism (TCT), the Association of Surinamese Travel Agents (ASRA) and CAL.
BRIDGETOWN, Barbados – The United States Centers for Disease Control (CDC) has placed several Caribbean countries onto its highest risk travel category for the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic as countries continue to grapple with the latest wave of infections and deaths linked to the Omicron variant of the virus.
PARADISE ISLAND, THE BAHAMAS – Something new, and something extraordinary, will soon arrive in The Bahamas. In 2024, David Grutman of Groot Hospitality and Pharrell Williams will partner with Atlantis Paradise Island to open a brand-new resort: Somewhere Else. The property (which is adjacent to Atlantis, and which will take over the current site of The Beach) is set to offer a unique and immersive experience, blending Grutman’s ability to create highly memorable hospitality platforms with Williams’s dynamic, genre-spanning artistry. The duo has already garnered collaborative success as partners on Swan, the Miami-based restaurant, and The Goodtime Hotel, a Miami Beach-based boutique concept; Somewhere Else marks their next milestone step.