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Hyatt Is Launching a New Hotel Brand


By the Caribbean Journal staff Hyatt Hotels is launching a new brand in its global portfolio: Caption by Hyatt. The new “lifestyle” brand aims to “bring people closer together, allowing them to work, eat or socialize in comfortable, flexible, communal […]


Aruba Is Getting a Radisson Blu Resort

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By Alexander Britell Radisson Hotel Group is opening a new hotel on the Dutch Caribbean island of Aruba, Caribbean Journal has learned. The new Radisson Blu Hotel and Residence Aruba is the product of a partnership between Radisson and Beachside […]


The Caribbean Boutique Hotel Awards - 2019

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It began with an idea. An idea to celebrate the jewels of the Caribbean hotel industry, the smaller, more intimate spaces through which hoteliers express their dreams, their personalities and their visions for what hospitality can be. And now the […]


More New Flights Coming to Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic

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By the Caribbean Journal staff The Dominican Republic’s capital of Santo Domingo has become one of the Caribbean’s hottest destinations for new airlift, and now another carrier is expanding to the destination. Delta Air Lines has announced plans to add […]

Regent Seven Seas Is Adding New Caribbean Ports

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By the Caribbean Journal staff Ultra-luxe boutique cruise line Regent Seven Seas is expanding its network of ports in the Caribbean region, the company said this week. Regent Seven Seas will be adding three new ports in the Caribbean for […]

At the Edge of the Caribbean, a Hidden Jewel in Panama

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By Alexander Britell There’s a reason they put a canal here. Panama is the thinnest sliver of the Americas, the most logical place to put the world’s most important shipping route, the isthmic keyhole from the Caribbean Sea to the […]


American Airlines Launching Two New Dominican Republic Routes

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By the Caribbean Journal staff American Airlines is ramping up its flight service to the Caribbean’s most popular destination. The carrier will soon be launching a pair of new nonstop routes to the Dominican Republic, with service from both Charlotte […]

Posadas Is a Planning a Major Caribbean Expansion

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By the Caribbean Journal staff Mexico-based hotel giant Posadas is planning a major new resort destination in Mexico and the wider Caribbean. It’s called Tulkal, and it will feature multiple resorts, including a 515-room Fiesta Americana all-inclusive and a 340-room […]

Winair Adding More Dutch Caribbean Flights

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By the Caribbean Journal staff St Maarten-based regional airline Winair is expanding its presence in the Dutch Caribbean. The carrier, which first introduced flights in Aruba, Bonaire and Curacao last year, will be increasing its service between Aruba, Curacao and […]


Spirit Launches Two New Nonstop Routes to Jamaica

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By the Caribbean Journal staff Continuing its rapid Caribbean expansion, low-cost carrier Spirit Airlines has officially launched two new nonstop routes to the island of Jamaica. Spirit’s new service includes nonstop routes from Orlando to both Kingston and Montego Bay. […]

Miami-Based HES Group Buys Embassy Suites in Santo Domingo

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By the Caribbean Journal staff Miami-based HES Group has purchased the Embassy Suites by Hilton in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. HES Group, which is behind a number of hotel projects in Miami, has major plans for the property; the purchase […]

The Cool List: The Coolest Caribbean Hotels for 2019

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There’s a peculiar joy to finding that hidden-away hotel, the one you haven’t heard of, the one without a brand but with a personality. There’s a feeling you get when you discover a hotel for yourself — one that soon develops […]


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