Hits: 510 Created on 06 March 2017 Written by Renée S.C. Goodwin Category: TRAVEL AND TOURISM
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GRENADA TOURISM AUTHORITY UPLIFTS THE CARENAGE WITH ARTISTIC MURAL

St. George --The Grenada Tourism Authority (GTA) has proudly unveiled its wall mosaic mural at the entrance to the Carenage aptly named "Carenage." The work of art is by a young, local Grenadian artist, Akym Pierre, whose talent captured the life of the Carenage in 4 different scenes:

Read more: VERY UPLIFTING
 
Hits: 622 Created on 20 February 2017 Written by caribbeannewsnow.com Category: TRAVEL AND TOURISM
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GRENADIAN BY REX RESORTS RECEIVES TRIPADVISOR 2016 CERTIFICATE OF EXCELLENCE AWARD


ST GEORGE -- The Grenadian by Rex Resorts has received a 2016 Certificate of Excellence from TripAdvisor – the world's largest travel site – which honours accommodations, restaurants and attractions that consistently receive great traveller reviews on TripAdvisor.com.

Read more: GOOD REASON TO CLOSE IT, NUH????
 
Hits: 620 Created on 10 February 2017 Written by daphne vidal Category: TRAVEL AND TOURISM
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CONVENIENT ACCESS BETWEEN GUADELOUPE AND DOMINICA REMAINS INSPITE OF LIAT'S IMPENDING CANCELLATION OF DIRECT FLIGHT

Roseau --- On Wednesday February 8, 2017, regional airline, LIAT announced the cancellation of its three times weekly service between Guadeloupe's Pointe-A-Pitre Le Raizet Airport (PTP) and Dominica's Douglas Charles Airport (DOM) effective March 1, 2017 citing the need to "stabilise the airline's flight schedule and network." The capacity of seats into Dominica will not be negatively impacted from the PTP/DOM leg being cancelled as the flights will now come directly from and depart to Antigua from Dominica, after March 1, 2017. This will however represent a small reduction in the island's access connectivity only to Guadeloupe, but the change will not be significant.

Read more: DOMINICA BOUND?
 
Hits: 494 Created on 08 February 2017 Written by CHTA Category: TRAVEL AND TOURISM
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CARIBBEAN HOTELIERS PREDICT POSITIVE TOURISM PERFORMANCE FOR 2017

THE BAHAMAS - Caribbean tourism fared well in 2016 and industry stakeholders are generally upbeat about the year ahead, despite the fact that many hoteliers were forced to adjust their high performance expectations for 2016  as the year progressed due to unforeseen events.

Announcing the results of the second annual Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association (CHTA) Industry Performance and Outlook Study, Frank Comito, Director General and CEO of the private sector association, stated that "more than four out of five (81 percent) hoteliers have an encouraging outlook for tourism in 2017."

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Hits: 721 Created on 25 January 2017 Written by jenny's place Category: TRAVEL AND TOURISM
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JENNY'S PLACE, GRENADA, WINS EXCELLENCE AWARD FOR 2017

St. George -- Jenny's Place, Grenada, a small boutique hotel, situated at the northern end of Grand Anse beach in Grenada has won the Award of Excellence for 2017 by Hotels Combined, Co. UK.

Read more: BRAVO, JENNY'S PLACE...
 

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