By the Caribbean Journal staff Club Med has expanded its Cancun all-inclusive, the company announced. The company has added 60 new oceanfront rooms to the Aguamarina family-friendly wing at its Club Med Cancun Yucatan resort. The expansion includes 30 club …

 By Alexander Britell A major new hotel project is coming to St Thomas in the United States Virgin Islands. The government of the United States Virgin Islands is working on a deal that would provide up to $10 million for …

 By Tim CotroneoCJ Contributor Musically, the owner of Exuma Point Beach Bar and Grill has a legendary first name to live up to. When asked if he is the singer in the family, Elvis Rolle shakes his head and smiles. …

 By the Caribbean Journal staff Looking for your own private piece of paradise? There’s another private island on the block in The Bahamas. It’s called Jim Cay, and it’s got just under 8 acres of land, with a pristine white …

 By the Caribbean Journal staff The latest Caribbean Photo comes from Caribbean Journal reader Patrick Woods, who sent in this stunning shot of sunset at the Divi Aruba beach. That makes it two weeks in a row for Aruba! Have …

 By the Caribbean Journal staff There’s a new place to sip rosé this summer in Turks and Caicos. The Gansevoort Turks + Caicos has launched the new pop-up rosé bar called Pink Bar. The bar, which just opened its doors …

 By the Caribbean Journal staff Riu is expanding its regional upgrade push with some new additions at its resort in Cabo San Lucas. The all-inclusive Riu Santa Fe has added a pair of new room categories: the new Double Room …

 By Dana NilandCJ Contributor Anguilla’s Zemi Beach House hotel has relaunched its main bar, now called the Bohio Lounge. Previously known as The Bar & Lounge, the rename pays homage to the original indigenous people of Anguilla, the Taino Indians. …

 By the Caribbean Journal staff Canada’s Sunwing is adding another new nonstop route for the upcoming winter travel season, Caribbean Journal has learned. The travel giant has announced plans for a nonstop flight between Quebec City and Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. …

 By the Caribbean Journal staff Jamaica’s government has approved a new sea walk floating pier for cruise ships in the historic town of Port Royal. The $7.4 million project will cover the supply, installation and commissioning of the sea walk …

 It’s the first thing you see — the thing your eyes are drawn to — when you walk to the start of the ferry dock on Harbour Island in The Bahamas, a warm white-and-blue sign that says “Harbour Bar.” But …

 They’re luxury hotels — off the radar. Some are closely-guarded secrets, others are just plain undiscovered. All of them offer a unique brand of Caribbean luxury that is the pinnacle of the hospitality experience, from more traditional retreats to the …

 By the Caribbean Journal staff Norwegian Cruise Line is expanding its fleet. Again. The cruise giant announced that it has ordered two new “Project Leonardo”-class ships with shipbuilder Fincantieri. The two ships are slated for delivery in 2026 and 2027. …

 By the Caribbean Journal staff The dual-hotel Ocean Club Resorts on Providenciales in Turks and Caicos has begun a new series of upgrade projects. Both all-suite hotels have begun suite updates adding a “refreshed beachside design,” according to the project. …

 By the Caribbean Journal staff In another important step for the British Virgin Islands’ recovery, the Oil Nut Bay luxury development on Virgin Gorda has broken ground on its first new villa since Hurricane Irma. The contemporary, courtyard-style villa was …