Month: June 2019


A Spectacular New Place to Stay in Los Cabos

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By the Caribbean Journal staff There’s a new place to stay in Los Cabos, and it’s instantly one of the most spectacular accommodations in Mexico. Palace Resorts has unveiled the opening of the new Royal Residence at its Le Blanc […]


Turks and Caicos’ Rock House Breaks Ground

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By Dana Niland CJ Contributor The first-ever cliffside hotel in Turks and Caicos has officially broken ground. Grace Bay Resorts has announced the groundbreaking of phase one of Rock House, the first residential resort tucked into the limestone cliffs of […]


Royal Caribbean to Create New “Destinations” in Bahamas, Mexico

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By Alexander Britell Royal Caribbean opened eyes earlier this year when it submitted a letter of intent to purchase The Bahamas’ Grand Lucayan resort, the first move of its kind for the company. Now, the company is shedding some light […]


Airbnb Launching New “Luxe” Program

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By the Caribbean Journal staff Airbnb is looking to expand its footprint in the luxury travel sector. While the company already owned Luxury Retreats, the new Airbnb Luxe looks to create another level of bespoke travel experience that include “access […]

Swoop Adding New Nonstop Flights to Mexico

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By the Caribbean Journal staff Swoop, WestJet Airlines’ new low-cost carrier, is adding a new destination in Mexico. The airline has released its new winter schedule, with plans to launch a pair of new twice-weekly services from Edmonton and Winnipeg […]

Waldorf Astoria Expanding to Mexico

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By the Caribbean Journal staff The Waldorf Astoria hotel brand is making its debut in Mexico. The Hilton Hotels luxury brand is taking over the former Resort at Pedregal in Los Cabos, with the first-ever Waldorf Astoria in Mexico set […]


Prince’s Turks and Caicos Villa Sold

By the Caribbean Journal staff The Turks and Caicos villa formerly owned by music legend Prince has been sold. The sprawling estate in Turks and Caicos’s Turtle Tail area in Providenciales has been sold for $10.8 million, according to Turks […]

Air Canada Expanding St Kitts Flights

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By the Caribbean Journal staff In the latest boost for St Kitts’ ongoing airlift boom, Air Canada has announced the addition of a second weekly flight to the Caribbean destination. Air Canada will be launching a second weekly nonstop flight […]

Finding Margaritaville in Grand Cayman

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By Alexander Britell and Guy Britton It’s may not be a surprise when you get to the check-in desk and find an ice-cold margarita waiting for you. What may be a surprise is just how good a margarita it really […]


AC Hotel Officially Opens in Jamaica

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By the Caribbean Journal staff The first-ever AC Hotel in Jamaica has officially opened its doors in the heart of Kingston. Marriott’s design-focused boutique hotel brand has launched its new outpost in Kingston, a 219-room hotel that becomes the second […]

Caribbean Hotel Occupancy Slides

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By the Caribbean Journal staff Caribbean hotel occupancy declined for the second straight month in May, albeit at slower pace than the previous month, according to new data from hotel analytics firm STR. Caribbean hotel occupancy was 63.3 percent last […]

5 Caribbean Inns to Visit Right Now

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They’re somewhere between boutique hotel and bed and breakfast, full of character and charm. The inns of the region are a portal to the soul of the Caribbean, small works of art sculpted by innkeepers who put their passion and, […]


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