Month: July 2018

Nassau Villa Hits the Market for $6.99 Million

 By the Caribbean Journal staff A luxury waterfront villa in Nassau has hit the market for $6.995 million, Caribbean Journal has learned. Poinciana House, a two-story, six-bedroom, 6.5-bathroom canalfront home is set on the main waterway in New Providence’s tony …

VIDEO: On Long Island in The Bahamas, Beaches and Blue Holes

 By Guy Britton LONG ISLAND — “We call it hailing,” Janice tells me at the Greenwich Creek Lodge. Everyone waves here. Every car that passes by you waves — every time. Not just occasionally — all of the time. But when …

AccorHotels to Acquire 50 Percent Stake in Sbe

 By the Caribbean Journal staff Global hotel giant AccorHotels is acquiring a 50 percent stake in sbe, the company behind hotel brands like SLS. The two sides have signed a letter of intent and entered into exclusive negotiations for AccorHotels …

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 By the Caribbean Journal staff The Dutch Caribbean island of Curaçao is seeing a surge in tourism from the United States so far this year, according to a new report from the Curaçao Tourist Board. Through the first five months …

 By Dana Niland and Alexander Britell The  Cyril E. King Airport in St Thomas will soon begin a major transformation project. The plan, revealed by the Virgin Islands Port Authority this week, is estimated to cost around $230 million. “We’re …

 By Dana NilandCJ Contributor The Guyana Tourism Authority says it has been laying the groundwork to support a push to promote community tourism in Guyana. The agency’s director, Brian Mullis, highlighted several primary objectives, including raising the profile of the …

 By the Caribbean Journal staff Carnival is adding to its growing presence in California, the company said this week. After the company expanded its offering earlier this year out of Long Beach, Carnival announced plans next year to return to …