Month: October 2017


A New Boutique Hotel in Haiti

By the Caribbean Journal staff There’s another new addition to Haiti’s fast-expanding tourism product. The modern-contemporary Basilic Bed and Breakfast boutique hotel is the latest new property to debut in Haiti, following an official opening announced by the country’s Ministry […]


CHTA Marketplace “Still on” For San Juan in 2018

By the Caribbean Journal staff The Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association’s Caribbean Travel Marketplace event will go on as planned in San Juan in January, the trade association announced this week. The event, one of the Caribbean’s leading tourism conferences, […]


BVI Spring Regatta Going Ahead

By the Caribbean Journal staff The British Virgin Islands Spring Regatta is going ahead in 2018, the BVI Tourist Board announced. The famous regatta will go ahead as planned from March 26 to April 1, 2018. it’s a big boost […]


5 Antigua Hotels to Visit Right Now

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The island of Antigua has increasingly been on the radar of in-the-know travelers thanks to a mix of world-class beaches, impressive history and culture and a broad collection of top-level resorts. While the latter have largely been defined by all-inclusive […]

Antigua’s Curtain Bluff Reopening After Major Transformation

By Alexander Britell The legendary Curtain Bluff luxury all-inclusive in Antigua is reopening Oct. 28 after a $13 million renovation project. The beach resort had been closed for six months to complete the final phase of what it called an […]

BVI’s Cooper Island Beach Club to Reopen in April

By the Caribbean Journal staff One of the best British Virgin Islands hotels is already planning its recovery from the devastation caused by Hurricanes Irma and Maria. The Cooper Island Beach Club has announced plans to reopen to hotel guests on […]

Reader Photos

Caribbean Photo of the Week: A Deserted Eleuthera Beach

By the Caribbean Journal staff The latest Caribbean Photo comes from Caribbean Journal subscriber Mo Keo, who sent in this stunning shot of a deserted stretch of beach at Governor’s Harbour in Eleuthera, Bahamas. Have you taken a great photo […]

Riu’s Adults-Only Expansion in Punta Cana

By the Caribbean Journal staff Hotel giant Riu is expanding its offering in the Dominican Republic with a new 501-room addition in Punta Cana. Riu is adding a new 501-room adults-only wing to its Riu Republica resort on Arena Gorda […]

Mondrian Coming to Playa del Carmen

By the Caribbean Journal staff Sbe Hospitality is embarking on a major new expansion push that will include another new property in the Caribbean, the company announced this week. Sbe’s Mondrian brand will make its debut in Mexico’s Playa del […]


Winair Resuming More Caribbean Flights


By the Caribbean Journal staff Regional Caribbean airline Winair has announced plans to resume operations to a host of destinations in the wake of Hurricanes Irma and Maria. The company will be resuming flights in partnership with Air Antilles to […]

“Rock of Ages” Musical Comes to Dreams Playa Mujeres

By the Caribbean Journal staff One of Broadway’s most successful musicals has come to the Mexican Caribbean. Apple Leisure Group subsidiary AMResorts has announced plans to debut Rock of Ages at the Dreams Playa Mujeres Golf and Spa Resort. The […]

Karisma to Open Margaritaville Resort in Dominican Republic

By the Caribbean Journal staff Jimmy Buffett’s Margaritaville brand is coming to the Dominican Republic. Karisma Hotels is planning a major new expansion in the Dominican Republic, highlighted by a new Margaritaville all-inclusive project in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic President […]


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