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Dominican Republic Leads Caribbean Hotel Construction Pipeline

 Above: the Dominican Republic By the Caribbean Journal staff The Dominican Republic leads the Caribbean hotel construction pipeline, according to the most recent report from STR. There are 2,475 rooms under construction in the Dominican Republic, the most in the …

Almost 22,000 Rooms in Caribbean/Mexico Hotel Pipeline: Report

 Above: construction at the Baha Mar earlier this year (CJ Photo) By the Caribbean Journal staff The Caribbean/Mexico hotel development pipline includes 21,858 rooms and 128 hotels, according to a new report from STR. The total active pipeline includes projects …

Haiti, Anguilla Lead Caribbean in Expected Hotel Room Supply Growth

 Above: the recently-opened Best Western Premier Haiti By the Caribbean Journal staff Haiti led the Caribbean in expected hotel room supply growth through March, according to a new report from STR. Haiti’s expected hotel room supply growth was 58.2 percent, …

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 Above: construction at the Baha Mar earlier this year (CJ Photo) By the Caribbean Journal staff The Caribbean/Mexico hotel development pipeline is currently comprised of 124 hotels and 20,444 rooms, according to February data from hotel analytics firm STR. The …

 Above: Barbados (CJ Photo) By the Caribbean Journal staff Construction on a pipeline that will bring natural gas from Trinidad and Tobago to islands of the Eastern Caribbean will begin next year, according to the Eastern Caribbean Gas Pipeline company. …

 Above: construction at the Baha Mar resort project in Nassau By the Caribbean Journal staff The Caribbean/Mexico hotel development pipeline totaled 124 hotels and 19,318 rooms in October, according to the STR Construction Pipeline Report released this week. The active …

 Above: the view from the under-construction Best Western in Haiti (Photo: MT Haiti) By the Caribbean Journal staff The Caribbean/Mexico hotel development pipeline is continuing its growth, with a total of 125 hotels and 19,381 rooms in development as of …

 Above: Bridgetown (CJ Photo) By the Caribbean Journal staff The proposed gas pipeline between Trinidad and Tobago and Barbados are “very much in progress,” according to Barbados Prime Minister Fruendel Stuart. The two countries have agreed on a 20-year lease …

 Above: Port of Spain By the Caribbean Journal staff A new pipeline to be laid on 188 miles of seabed will bring natural gas from Trinidad and Tobago to the Eastern Caribbean, the country’s Ministry of Energy announced today in …