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Is This the Caribbean’s Next Big Luxury Real Estate Market?

 By Dana NilandCJ Contributor Is Puerto Rico the Caribbean’s next big luxury real estate market? A study by Christie’s International Real Estate has identified Puerto Rico as one of the world’s top emerging luxury real estate markets. The country’s first …

A New $40 Million Luxury Residences Project in Nassau

 By the Caribbean Journal staff A new $40 million luxury residences project has broken ground in Nassau. The ONE Cable Beach project is the brainchild of developer ARISTO Development. The 69-unit project has a 20-24 month timeframe for completion once …

Caribbean Home: A New Villa Hits the Market in Nevis

 Above: Sugarbird in Nevis By the Caribbean Journal staff A new luxury villa has hit the market in Nevis. The “Sugarbird” villa, located in the Four Seasons Resort Estates Nevis, is listed for $4.85 million. The three-bedroom, 3.5-bathroom property, which …

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 By Sarah Greaves-GabbadonCJ Travel Editor Go big or go home? Not us! While we appreciate all the bells and whistles a large resort can offer, sometimes we just want to escape to somewhere less “mega” and more “mini.” Here are …

 Above: Dreams Palm Beach Punta Cana (All photos by CJ) By Guy Britton PUNTA CANA — If you’re a regular Caribbean Journal reader, you know … not all-inclusive resorts are created equal. Some even have resorts within resorts, the ones …

 Above: the spa at the Four Seasons Resort Nevis By the Caribbean Journal staff The Four Seasons Resort Nevis has launched a new spa menu in partnership with THÉMAÉ Paris. The resort is now the first in the Caribbean to …

 Above: “Promises Kept” in St John The latest Caribbean Home heads to the Point Rendezvous area above Cruz Bay in St John, US Virgin Islands for a hillside villa with show-stopping views. It’s called “Promises Kept,” and it’s a four-bedroom, 4.5-bathroom …

 Above: Villa GAN By the Caribbean Journal staff The latest Caribbean Home heads to the luxurious island of St Barth, home to a spectacular three-bedroom villa called Villa GAN. The three-bedroom property is currently listed with Sibarth Real Estate for …

 Above: Villa Atlantis in St Lucia By the Caribbean Journal staff St Lucia’s Villa Atlantis has officially hit the market, Angad Singh, associate broker at Sotheby’s International Realty in Rodney Bay Village, tells Caribbean Home. The Gros Islet villa is …

 Above: the Capella Marigot Bay resort By Alexander Britell The Caribbean’s newest luxury resort has opened its doors on the west coast of the island of St Lucia. Capella Hotels’ first-ever Caribbean property, the Capella Marigot Bay, officially launched operations on …

 Above: a hillside villa at the new Cheval Blanc St Barth Isle de France By the Caribbean Journal staff One of the Caribbean’s premier properties has debuted as a brand-new hotel in St Barth. The landmark St Barth Isle de …

 Above: a rendering of the Mall of San Juan By the Caribbean Journal staff The Caribbean’s largest mall will be debuting in 2015. The Mall of San Juan, a two-story complex featuring both a 138,000-square-foot Nordstrom and a 100,000-square-foot Saks …

 Above: the Kona Grand Prix Chronograph (photos by CJ) Not all wristwatches are made for the Caribbean. As is always true in the tropics, there’s a proper vibe, a proper style. And Tommy Bahama has you covered, with a new …

 There are many great luxury resorts in the Caribbean. There are many great family resorts in the Caribbean. But not all of members of the former group are also members of the latter group, and vice versa. But there are …

 Beyond Luxury Vacations has premiered a fresh, authentic way to experience all that the Caribbean has to offer. Select your island paradise of choice — popular destinations include Grenada, Antigua, Barbados, the Grenadines, Jamaica and St Lucia — and this …

 By the Caribbean Journal staff A new piece of sunset legislation will come into effect during the course of the new financial year in St Lucia, imposing a tax of one percent on luxury goods in St Lucia. The tax …

 Above: Isadore Sharp (Photo: Four Seasons) By Alexander Britell In 1961, Isadore Sharp was a neophyte in the hospitality industry who had just opened his first property in Toronto. Fifty years later, the company he founded and built, Four Seasons, …