Another New Eatery in Curaçao

One of the Caribbean’s burgeoning foodie scenes has another new addition. The new Mosa Restaurant has officially opened its doors in Curaçao. The eatery, which is located in the trendy Pietermaai district, offers a range of internationally-inspired tapas. The restaurants […]


A New Restaurant in Curaçao

By the Caribbean Journal staff Curaçao’s newest restaurant has officially opened its doors. The Blue View Terrace & Bar is now open on the cliffs of Curaçao’s western beach, Playa Forti. The restaurant offers a mix of island-inspired dishes, along with light […]


Belize Has a New Beach

A new project bears fruit By Dana Niland CJ Contributor Following the successful completion of a series of community-based initiatives, Caye Caulker has a new beach. After completing its Action Plan for Sustainable Tourism Development of Caye Caulker in September […]


These are the New Caribbean Hotels for 2016

The new and soon-to-open hotels worth checking out this year By Sarah Greaves-Gabbadon CJ Travel Editor We aren’t holding our breath for the opening of the Bahamas’ troubled Baha Mar project next year, but we are getting excited about the […]

JetBlue Is Adding a New Route to Puerto Rico

JetBlue is continuing its Caribbean growth with an expansion in Puerto Rico. The carrier is adding a new route between Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport and Rafael Hernandez Airport in Aguadilla, Puerto Rico. JetBlue already serves the destination from New York […]

Negril’s Newest Hotel Is Now Open

A new hotel has opened its doors in Negril, Jamaica. The Cliff Hotel, overlooking the cliffs of Negril, officially opened on Tuesday. The new property is a “reinterpretation” of the former Moon Dance Resort. The hotel includes 33 suites and […]


Cayman Airways Adds New Plane

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A new Saab 340B+ joins the fleet By the Caribbean Journal staff Cayman Airways has officially christened its newest plane, a Saab 340B+ aircraft. The plane made its debut at Cayman Brac’s Charles Kirkconnell International Airport. The 34-seat plane will […]

This is the Caribbean’s Best New Restaurant

ORANJESTAD — It’s in an old art deco building in a quieter part of Oranjestad, a section of Aruba’s capital you may not know. But at the heart of this old commercial building is something very special. It’s called Wilhelmina, […]

New Hotel Coming to Martinique

By the Caribbean Journal staff There’s a new hotel coming to Martinique. Le Simon Hotel, a 94-room property set in downtown Fort-de-France, is slated to open in Jan. 2016. The property is located in front of the city’s Pointe Simon […]


Caribbean Airlines’ Latest Changes

A new schedule for the Caribbean carrier By the Caribbean Journal staff Caribbean Airlines has launched a new schedule in the region, the company announced. The new schedule, which took effect earlier this month, is highlighted by daily service to […]

LIAT’s Newest Hire

New hire at regional airline By the Caribbean Journal staff Regional air carrier LIAT has named Captain Arthur Senhouse its new Director, Flight Operations. The appointment, which took effect Sept. 1, includes responsibility for “all aspects of the airline’s flight […]

Hyatt Opens New Honduras Hotel

A new Hyatt Place By the Caribbean Journal staff Hyatt Hotels has announced the opening of a new hotel in Tegucigalpa, the capital of Honduras. The 126-room property is the first Hyatt Place hotel in the country. It’s part of […]


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