Treasure Beach: A New Barbados Adults-Only Hotel

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By Alexander Britell There’s a new way to stay on Barbados’ platinum coast. And it’s rather special. Barbados’ Elegant Hotels has done it again with the debut of the totally transformed adults-only Treasure Beach, a modern but charming, luxurious retreat […]


Barbados’ Bougainvillea Rebrands

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By the Caribbean Journal staff The Bougainvillea Beach Resort in Barbados has announced a rebranding. The resort is now called Bougainvillea Barbados, having also unveiled a “transformative” multimillion-dollar renovation, according to the property. The renovation project included newly redesigned indoor […]


Paradise Island’s Comfort Suites Names New Director of Sales

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By Dana Niland CJ Contributor Comfort Suites Paradise Island has named Yasmine Mills-Strachan as its new Director of Sales. Strachan joined the Comfort Suites Paradise Island team in May 2014 as Sales Manager in the Sales and Marketing Department, and […]


The Caribbean Travel Awards - 2017

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This year was not without its challenges in the Caribbean. But in the face of overwhelming adversity, the Caribbean showed its toughness and resilience. It’s something that’s eminently clear, as hard-hit islands quickly recover, with most already welcoming back travelers, […]

Why to Spend New Year’s Eve in the British Virgin Islands

By the Caribbean Journal staff It’s the most legendary New Year’s Eve party in the Caribbean, and it’s back on for Dec. 31. The British Virgin Islands’ world-famous Foxy’s Old Year’s Night party is going ahead as planned this year, […]

Norman Island Reopening Soon

By the Caribbean Journal staff The British Virgin Islands’ Norman Island is making a quick recovery in the wake of last month’s hurricanes. The island’s famous Club restaurant and bar is being renovated and will soon be ready to receive […]


Jost Van Dyke Ferry Service is Back

By the Caribbean Journal staff The British Virgin Islands’ tourism recovery continues. In another positive step for the destination, ferry service has resumed from Tortola to the island of Jost Van Dyke. New Horizon Ferry Service Ltd has resumed a […]

How to Visit St Barth This Winter

By Alexander Britell There was a lively bourbon masterclass event at Gustavia’s popular 25 Quarter bar on Monday, a few hours after a luxury yacht had found its way into the harbor. La Petite Colombe was serving warm baguettes and […]

A New Boutique Hotel in Haiti

By the Caribbean Journal staff There’s another new addition to Haiti’s fast-expanding tourism product. The modern-contemporary Basilic Bed and Breakfast boutique hotel is the latest new property to debut in Haiti, following an official opening announced by the country’s Ministry […]


The Latest on Nevis Tourism After Irma and Maria

By Dana Niland CJ Contributor Nevis is open for business is usual after the passage of Hurricanes Irma and Maria, tourism officials said this week. “We are incredibly thankful that Nevis has had no structural damage as a result of […]

"St Barth 2.0" Moving Ahead As Island Continues Recovery

By the Caribbean Journal staff The island of St Barth was pummeled by Hurricane Irma, but it’s making a strong recovery so far, according to initial reports. One hotel calls it “St Barth 2.0.” All roads have been cleared, while […]

Martinique Quickly Back to Business After Maria

By the Caribbean Journal staff The French Caribbean island of Martinique was spared after Tuesday’s encounter with Hurricane Irma, officials said. Martinique’s Aime Cesaire International Airport reopened on Tuesday morning, with ports scheduled to reopen on Thursday. “In Martinique, reconnaissance […]


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