Anguilla

Anguilla Reports 6.8 Percent Increase in Tourist Arrivals

 Above: Anguilla (CJ Photo) By the Caribbean Journal staff Anguilla reported a 6.8 percent increases in tourism arrivals in 2013, according to data from the Anguilla Tourist Board. The island welcomed a total of 69,068 tourist stopover arrivals, up from …

Caribbean Sound: Anguilla’s Amalia Watty

 OUR NEW feature, Caribbean Sound, takes you across the world of Caribbean music, from established musicians to young, up-and-coming voices. We start off with a conversation with a new artist from Anguilla, Amalia Watty, one of the island’s hottest new …

Anguilla’s CuisinArt Golf Resort and Spa Adds New Villa

 Above: the new Oasis Villa at the CuisinArt Golf Resort and Spa in Anguilla By the Caribbean Journal staff Anguilla’s CuisinArt Golf Resort and Spa has added a new two-bedroom villa to the property, which is located on the island’s …

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 ALL RUM PUNCH is good. If you’re on the beach in the Caribbean, sipping on a red-hued rum cocktail, chances are it will be excellent. Every once in a while, though, you come upon a rum punch that reaches another …

 There are those certain moments in the Caribbean when time stops. Maybe it’s the sound of the wind, maybe it’s the shimmer of the waves, maybe it’s the way the differing blue hues of sky and sea seem to quarrel. …

 Above: Cap Juluca By the Caribbean Journal staff The Cap Juluca resort in Anguilla has named John Hector as its national sales manager. Hector will serve as the resort’s primary liaison to travel agents and wholesale providers. “We are thrilled …

 The latest edition of our new Deals of the Week feature takes you to some of the most interesting Caribbean travel deals available right now. Here they are, from Cancun to Anguilla: Better Than a Sweater in Cancun The JW …

 Our new Deals of the Week feature will bring you our favourite Caribbean travel deals and special packages, from free nights to all-encompassing luxury offers. Here’s the first edition. Boutique travel in Anguilla The Anacaona Boutique Hotel on Anguilla’s West …

 Above: Anguilla By the Caribbean Journal staff After a difficult 2012, the economy of Anguilla appears to be moving toward recovery. The island’s economy is projected to grow this year by about 0.93 percent, following a contraction of more than …

 Above: Anguilla By the Caribbean Journal staff The governments of St Maarten and Anguilla have signed a Memorandum of Understanding regulating the operations of the Simpson Bay Ferry Terminal. Anguilla Chief Minister Hubert Hughes and Home Affairs Minister Jerome Roberts …

 Above: the property on Meads Bay There are Caribbean homes, and there are Caribbean homes. This is the latter. The 9,672-square-foot manse is located on Anguilla’s Meads Bay, an 8-bathroom and 10-bathroom modern palace with 4,508 square feet of exterior …

 Above: Meads Bay By the Caribbean Journal staff Anguilla’s population has surpassed 13,000 people, according to new census data released by the government. The country’s population is approximately 13,037 people, according to preliminary data. That represents a 12.8 percent increase …

 They’re the ones who make everything run smoothly. Need a last-minute reservation? Looking to find that out-of-the-way boutique you heard about from your friends? The Caribbean’s hotel concierges help make the region’s tourism industry go — by making guest experiences …

 Above: the CuisinArt Resort By the Caribbean Journal staff The Reef By CuisinArt hotel is projecting an opening date of 2015, Anguilla’s Tourism Board announced Wednesday. The property is a new hotel addition to the existing CuisinArt Golf Resort and …

 Above: the Malliouhana Hotel & Spa By the Caribbean Journal staff Auberge Resorts expects to open most of the renovated Malliouhana Hotel & Spa in Anguilla by February 2014, Anguilla’s Tourist Board announced at a briefing at the CTO State …

 Above: Governor Christine Scott By Alexander Britell Christina Scott began her appointment as Anguilla’s 12th Governor over the summer, succeeding Alistair Harrison as the United Kingdom’s top official on the island. She came to the British Overseas Territory following a …

 Above: Anguilla By the Caribbean Journal staff Ministers of Environment and Sustainable Development from the Organization of Eastern Caribbean States will meet in Anguilla next week. The meeting is the seventeenth annual conference of Environment Ministers from the region. Bentley …

 Above: the FireFly Restaurant & Bar Over the years, Anguilla has developed into a major culinary destination in the Caribbean, and that’s perfectly exemplified in the kitchens of its top hotels. Chef Kevin Paul is the executive chef at the …