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Turks and Caicos’ Wymara Names New GM

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By the Caribbean Journal staff Turks and Caicos’ Wymara Resort, the former Ganesvoort in Providenciales, has appointed a new general manager. The property has tapped industry veteran Rolf Lippuner to the role, in which he will work to “realize the […]


In The Bahamas, Drinking Like James Bond

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By Tim Cotroneo CJ Contributor Sean Connery, Roger Moore, Pierce Brosnan and Daniel Craig had one thing in common when starring in the legendary James Bond movie series. They all preferred their martinis shaken, not stirred. The lobby bar at […]


Melia Opens Newest Caribbean Hotel in Cartagena

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By the Caribbean Journal staff One of the Caribbean’s hottest hotel investment destinations has a brand-new property: Cartagena. The tourism destination on the Caribbean coast of Colombia is now home to a new adults-only, all-inclusive hotel by Spanish travel giant […]


New Overwater Bungalows Make Their Debut in Antigua

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By Alexander Britell The first-ever overwater bungalows in Antigua and Barbuda have officially made their debut at the newly-opened Royalton Antigua. The striking new overwater bungalows are open and welcoming guests, a company spokesperson told Caribbean Journal. Every overwater bungalow […]

20 Great Resorts for Summer Caribbean Vacations

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It’s one of the best-kept secrets in the Caribbean: in some ways, traveling to the Caribbean is even better in the summer. It’s less crowded, meaning you get can in to the hottest tables, find your seat at the hippest […]

Four Seasons Nevis Set to Complete Major Renovation

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By Dana Niland CJ Contributor The celebrated Four Seasons Resort Nevis has kicked off the final chapter of its multi-phase, two-year-long renovation project. the latest enhancements will include the redesign of the resort’s main signature pool, construction of a new […]


Four Seasons Is Opening a New Caribbean Hotel in Cartagena

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By the Caribbean Journal staff Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts is adding a new hotel in the Caribbean. The luxury hotel brand is partnering with San Francisco Investments, a subsidiary of Valorem, to open a new luxury hotel and private […]

Belize Keeps Up Strong Tourism Growth in 2019

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By the Caribbean Journal staff Belize’s surging growth in 2018 has continued into the new year. After one of the fastest growth rates in tourist arrivals of any Caribbean destination last year, Belize has seen a 6.3 percent increase in […]

Margaritaville Is Opening a New Hotel in Belize

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By the Caribbean Journal staff Jimmy Buffett’s fast-growing Margaritaville Holdings is planning another Caribbean hotel, this time on Belize’s popular Ambergris Caye. The new Margaritaville Resort Belize will be a condominium resort, with 71 waterfront residences in its first phase […]


Travelers Are Flocking to Belize Right Now


By Alexander Britell and Dana Niland Belize is one of the hottest destinations in the region right now, according to the latest data from the country’s tourism board. The country on the Caribbean coast of Central America reported 14.6 percent […]

A New Food and Beverage Director at the Four Seasons Nevis

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By the Caribbean Journal staff Just in time to launch two new culinary concepts, the Four Seasons Nevis has tapped a new food and beverage director: Pasquo King. King comes to the Caribbean property after having most recently served as […]

How to Live at the Four Seasons in Belize

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By Dana Niland CJ Contributor It just may be the hottest new real estate project in the Caribbean. The newest Four Seasons project in the Caribbean is already well underway, and the new Four Seasons Cay Chapel in Belize is […]


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