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Royalton to Open All-Inclusive Hotels in Cancun, Antigua

 By the Caribbean Journal staff Fast-expanding all-inclusive brand Royalton Luxury Resorts is expanding again in the Caribbean. The Canadian firm has announced plans for two new-build all-inclusive hotels in both Cancun and Antigua, Caribbean Journal has learned. The Royalton Cancun …

Antigua Tourism Is Booming

 By Alexander Britell After a resilient 2017, Antigua and Barbuda is at it again, with tourism numbers that continue to climb. The destination is reporting significant growth so far in 2018, with a more than 7 percent increase compared to …

Turks and Caicos-Based Airline Adding More Regional Flights

 By Dana NilandCJ Contributor Turks and Caicos-based airline interCaribbean Airways is introducing new routes from Santo Domingo to Aruba and between Curacao and Kingston, Jamaica. These new services add to the airline’s nonstop flights to Tortola, St. Maarten and Providenciales, …

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 We all dream of living in the Caribbean. We all think about waking up to the ocean, being in touch with the natural environment, of connecting with the region’s vibrant culture. Everybody dreams of doing it — but some actually …

 By the Caribbean Journal staff One of the Caribbean’s most renowned all-inclusives has a new look. The legendary Galley Bay resort in Antigua has completed a series of multimillion-dollar upgrades, from the Tahitian-inspired Gauguin Suites to the classic toes-in-the-sand rooms. …

 What’s hot in the Caribbean dining scene? The region’s culinary footprint continues to grow, as more and more extraordinary eateries continue to pop up around the Caribbean. But some culinary outposts have that perfect blend of quality and buzz – …

turks and caicos antigua toes

 Sure, lots of Caribbean hotels are on the beach. But how many of them are right on the beach? How many have rooms where you can literally step out onto the sand? That’s the difference between a beach hotel and …

 By Alexander Britell and Guy Britton There’s something special about the blue. When you make your way down Antigua’s southwestern coast, you begin to see it. It’s not blue, it’s not green, it’s not turquoise. It’s a stunning, bold aquamarine, …

 While English Harbour Rum has become the signature cane spirit from the island of Antigua, you may not know that the founders of Antigua Distillery Limited actually hailed from the Portuguese island of Madeira off the coast of Africa. And …

all-inclusive resorts

 All-inclusive resorts in the Caribbean have changed to such a degree that many of them now defy categorization. While the term “all-inclusive” used to have an overarching, unified definition, there is now a dramatically diverse range of offerings in the Caribbean. …

 By Alexander Britell Tucked away on the charming northeastern corner of Antigua is a significant new hotel project for the Caribbean. This is Hodges Bay, one of the most exciting hotels in the region in some time — and Caribbean Journal …

 Above: Galleon Beach By the Caribbean Journal staff When you have 365 beaches, it’s hard to choose just one. But you certainly can’t go wrong with the wonderful Galleon Beach in the outskirts of English Harbour. This spectacular stretch of …

 By Alexander Britell It isn’t often that your room itself is a work of art. Sure, there are well designed suites and well appointed rooms, units with striking paintings and dazzling lines. But these are different. The onetime owner of …

 Every island has a different taste. Sure, there are diverse rum offerings on every island (some more than others, for sure). But the more you travel the Caribbean through a glass of rum, the more each island’s peculiar taste profile …

beach hotels

 It’s one of the loveliest discoveries you can make in the Caribbean: the off-the-radar beach hotel, tucked away on its own little stretch of sand, charming and private, unpretentious and uncrowded. While the region teems with terrific beach hotels, some …

 By the Caribbean Journal staff In just its second year, the Caribbean305 event has become one of the country’s top Caribbean fetes for foodies. And it’s coming up soon. This year’s Caribbean305 returns to the Treetop Ballroom at Jungle Island …

 By the Caribbean Journal staff Antigua’s Carlisle Bay has named a new managing director, Caribbean Journal has learned. The property has appointed Thomas Orchard to the role, in which he will be responsible for managing the 87-suite resort, which is …

 By Dana Niland CJ Contributor One of the Caribbean’s most romantic destinations is getting hotter. Antigua and Barbuda is gearing up for its celebration of Romance Month this month. The destination is launching two social media contests as well as …