This Caribbean Airport Is Getting Cooler 

caribbean airport cooler guadeloupeBleu Caraibe, led by renowned Chef Jimmy Bibrac is opening this year.

It’s always been one of the nicest airports in the Caribbean: the Poles Caraibes Airport in Guadeloupe. 

And now, thanks to a dramatic transformation project, it’s getting even cooler. 

Poles Caraibes is in the midst of a $283 million investment project that will allow the airport to welcome three million passengers annually. 

The project, which is running through 2027, is starting off with a revamp of the food and beverage offerings. 

That includes the opening of a new world-class eatery, Bleu Caraibe, led by renowned Chef Jimmy Bibrac, which will be set on the departure level. 

That’s along with the first-ever rum bar in a Caribbean airport: Rhumba, which will showcase the Guadeloupe archipelago’s spectacular rum products. 

On the arrival level, the airport this year is debuting a pair of new options: a Starucks cafe and, in a development particularly welcome or arriving guests staying in visitors, a Carrefour market. 

— CJ

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