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Turks and Caicos Real Estate Is Booming

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By the Caribbean Journal staff It’s shaping up to be a banner year for the Turks and Caicos real estate market, according to a new report by Turks and Caicos Sotheby’s International Realty. Total sales volume has jumped to $63.06 […]


United Airlines Returns to St Maarten

By Dana Niland CJ Contributor United Airlines made its long-awaited return to St. Maarten this week. St Maarten Tourism Minister Cornelius De Weever welcomed the return of the airline, which will provide a weekly airlift out of Newark, New Jersey, […]


Neptune’s Treasure Hotel Returns in Anegada

By the Caribbean Journal staff The Caribbean’s lobster capital, Anegada, has been a symbol of the British Virgin Islands’ post-Hurricane-Irma recovery, and now another of the island’s best places to stay has relaunched. The Neptune’s Treasure hotel, perhaps most famous […]


Antigua Sailing Week Readies for 51st Edition

By Dana Niland CJ Contributor The 51st edition of Antigua Sailing Week was launched this week in an event at Nelson’s Dockyard. The event, themed around “The Next 50 Years,” will run from April 28 to May 4 and has about 116 […]

St Maarten’s Oyster Bay Beach Resort Plans June Reopening

By the Caribbean Journal staff In a big boost for St Maarten, the island’s Oyster Bay Beach Resort is planning a grand reopening on June 1, a spokesperson for the resort confirmed to Caribbean Journal. The first phase of the […]

St Barth’s Le Guanahani Planning November Return

By the Caribbean Journal staff One of the top resorts in St Barth is making a return this fall. Le Guanahani, one of the French Caribbean island’s signature places to stay, is targeting a reopening in November of this year, […]


Bill Clinton Is Spearheading a Big Caribbean Recovery Effort

By the Caribbean Journal staff Former United States President Bill Clinton’s Clinton Global Initiative has launched a major initiative aimed at spearheading recovery efforts in islands affected by Hurricane Irma and Hurricane Maria last fall. The new Clinton Global Initiative […]

The Reef by CuisinArt Reopens in Anguilla

By Alexander Britell One of the Caribbean’s sexiest new hotels has reopened on the island of Anguilla. The Reef by CuisinArt, the sister property to Anguilla’s signature CuisinArt resort, officially reopened on Sunday after having been shuttered in the wake […]

British Virgin Islands’ Cooper Island Beach Club Set for Return

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By Alexander Britell It’s one of the most beloved hotels in the British Virgin Islands, and now the Cooper Island Beach Club is readying for its return. Cooper Island, which includes everything from a boutique hotel to one of the […]


Four Seasons Reopens in Anguilla

By Alexander Britell It’s been a big week for Four Seasons in the Caribbean. Fresh of the announcement of the company’s planned launch in Belize, Four Seasons officially reopened its Four Seasons Resort and Residences Anguilla, which had been closed […]

Richard Branson’s Necker Island to Reopen in October

By the Caribbean Journal staff Necker Island, Sir Richard Branson’s ultra-luxe private island paradise in the heart of the British Virgin Islands, is making its own comeback in the wake of Hurricane Irma. Branson announced this week that the private […]

St Barth Hotspot Bonito Reopens

By the Caribbean Journal staff One of the hottest eateries in St Barth has reopened its doors in the wake of Hurricane Irma. Bonito held its relaunch party in Gustavia on Saturday night, the latest in a wave of restaurants […]


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