Month: July 2017


New Suites Debut at Grenada’s Mount Cinnamon

One of Grenada’s most charming resorts just got even better. Grenada’s Mount Cinnamon Resort and Beach Club has debuted a collection of eight new “Cinnamon Suites” at its Grand Anse Beach property. The suites’ interiors were designed by Nicole Surgent, […]


The Park Hyatt St. Kitts Is Now Taking Bookings

It’s the Caribbean’s most anticipated hotel opening of 2017: the new Park Hyatt St. Kitts, and it’s now taking bookings for Deember. The hotel is now bookable for stays beginning Dec. 16, a spokesperson for the hotel told Caribbean Journal, […]


5 Caribbean Resorts With Unlimited Golf

By Sarah Greaves-Gabbadon CJ Travel Editor Between the greens fees, club membership, cart rental and the clubs themselves, golfing can be an expensive sport. So it’s no surprise that when golfers go to the Caribbean they’re not just looking for […]


How the Caribbean Court of Justice Is Going Digital

By GERARD BEST CJ Contributor PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad—The Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) is hoping that a set of technological upgrades it recently adopted will trigger a digital revolution in courts across the region, and transform how justice is […]

AMResorts Names New Vice President of Strategic Sales Planning

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AMResorts, the fastest-growing hotel company in the Caribbean, has announced the promotion of Jan LaPointe as its new vice president of strategic sales planning for North America. The company said the newly-created position would support the company’s growth efforts, which […]

China’s New $384 Million Highway Project in Jamaica

A huge new highway project is coming to the island of Jamaica. The Southern Coastal Highway Improvement Project will entail the rehabilitation of the 110-kilometer roadway between Harbour View in Kingston and Port Antonio in Portland. It’s slated to launch […]

Reader Photos

Caribbean Photo of the Week: Virgin Gorda

The latest Caribbean Photo comes from Caribbean Journal reader Natalie Brown, who sent in this beautiful shot of the view from the Bitter End Yacht Club on Virgin Gorda. Have you taken a great photo in the Caribbean? Send it […]

JetBlue’s Latest Traffic Growth

JetBlue saw a 3.2 percent increase in traffic in June, according to the company’s latest data report. JetBlue reported 4.078 billion revenue passenger miles last month, up from 3.953 billion in June 2016. Available seat miles grew by 4 percent […]

A Strong First Half for Dominican Republic Tourism

The Dominican Republic’s tourism sector keeps growing. The country reported a total of 3,241,671 stayover tourists in the first half of 2017, a 6.5 percent increase compared to the first six months of 2016. The Dominican Republic has long been […]


Bimini’s New Beach Club

The island of Bimini has a major new hotspot: Luna Beach. The beach club and lounge at Resorts World Bimini is the brainchild of nightlife impresarios Michael Capponi and Eric Milon. The club includes a collection of beach chairs (and […]

6 Summer Carnivals to Visit in the the Caribbean

By Sarah Greaves-Gabbadon CJ Travel Editor Summertime in the Caribbean brings warmer days, the sweetest mangoes, and an array of joyous Carnival celebrations. Whether they’re organized to commemorate independence from Colonial governments; a successful sugarcane harvest; or simply to celebrate […]

New Flights from Europe to Jamaica

Jamaica is getting a major airlift boost from the European market. A pair of carriers are expanding flights to the island out of both Spain and Germany. Spain-based charter carrier Evelop is launching weekly nonstop flights between Madrid and Montego […]


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