Month: November 2017

New Luxury Real Estate in Grand Cayman

 By the Caribbean Journal staff Grand Cayman’s Dart Real Estate has unveiled its new Residences at Seafire real estate development on Seven Mile Beach in the Cayman Islands. The new development, adjacent to the Kimpton Seafire resort, has 62 private …

St Vincent and the Grenadines

St Vincent to Host Cybersecurity Forum

 By Gerard BestCJ Contributor KINGSTOWN — Rising cyber crime is stoking growing concern among legislators, law enforcement officials, business leaders and millions of affected citizens across the Caribbean. In response, several Caribbean nations are taking concrete steps to finalise cyber …

This St Croix Hotel’s Big Expansion

 By the Caribbean Journal staff The Caravelle Hotel and Casino, the leading hotel in Christiansted, St Croix, has embarked on a major expansion. VIGL Operations, which owns the Caravelle, has announced that it has acquired two hotels in Christiansted: the …

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 By Rico LouwCJ Contributor The Caribbean hotel industry showed performance growth just one month after a pair of massive hurricanes swept through the region. Caribbean occupancy for the month was up 3.7% in year-over-year comparisons, and with a 6.9% increase …

 By the Caribbean Journal staff It’s not unheard of to find an offer with unlimited golf at a Caribbean resort. But unlimited golf at the greatest course in the Caribbean is something else entirely. The Dominican Republic’s Casa de Campo …

 By the Caribbean Journal staff The Marina Village at Paradise Island’s Atlantis resort has long been among its most popular attractions, with a mix of shops, bars and restaurants. But the resort’s new focus on an authentic Bahamian experience has …

 By the Caribbean Journal staff Golf legend Tiger Woods makes his long-awaited return to professional golf on Thursday, choosing to do so at the annual event he hosts in The Bahamas. Woods will play in the annual Hero World Challenge, …

 By the Caribbean Journal staff The Bahamas has long been at the forefront of sports tourism in the Caribbean, and that trend continues this year with another high-profile NCAA Football bowl game hosted right in New Providence. UAB and Ohio …

 By the Caribbean Journal staff It may just be the most unique road race in the Caribbean. It’s called Run the Runway, and this Curaçao road race actually takes place on the runway at the Hato International Airport in the. …

 By the Caribbean Journal staff Global tennis supertsar Serena Williams went on her honeymoon this week, and, like more and more celebrities, she chose the wider Caribbean region. Williams, the greatest women’s tennis player in history, spent her honeymoon with …

 By Alexander Britell CURACAO — One of the Caribbean’s most forward-thinking airports has debuted another new route. Curaçao’s Hato International Airport officially welcomed a new nonstop route from Port-au-Prince, Haiti to Curaçao on Tuesday, complete with a water cannon salute. …

 By Alexander Britell GUSTAVIA — It’s Monday night and Eddy’s is hopping. Down the corner, the Caribbean’s most creative bar, 25 Quarter, is serving up rare rums from Martinique, and the patio at Le Select is already full. I’m eating …

 By Dana NilandCJ Contributor St. Kitts and Nevis has launched a new strategy aimed at growing the destination’s yachting sector. The destination has unveiled a new Yachting Strategic and Implementation Plan for 2017-2022, which will guide efforts to diversify the …

 By the Caribbean Journal staff The Hilton Trinidad hotel is nearing completion of a renovation project on its pool and pool deck. The project is a major upgrade to the 15,250-square-foot signature pool deck space at the property. It will …

 By the Caribbean Journal staff Sunwing Airlines has launched its first-ever flights between Montreal, Canada and Antigua. The first Sunwing flight was welcomed by a water cannon salute at Antigua’s VC Bird International Airport on Sunday. Sunwing is operating the …

 By the Caribbean Journal staff One of the leading luxury resorts in the Turks and Caicos Islands is planning a reopening in the wake of Hurricanes Irma and Maria. The Amanyara resort on the far northwestern tip of Providenciales is …

 By the Caribbean Journal staff As Richard Branson’s Necker Island and the British Virgin Islands work to recover from Hurricane Irma, the Necker Cup pro-am tennis tournament is being held this week at the Baha Mar resort in the Bahamas. …

 By the Caribbean Journal staff Windstar Cruises’ Star Pride boutique cruise ship arrived in San Juan this weekend to begin operating Caribbean cruises out of Puerto Rico. The all-suite, 212-guest Star Pride will be sailing a series of seven-day itineraries …