For that quintessential South Pacific experience of staying in an overwater bungalow, travelers need only head to the Caribbean now.
The Caribbean needs to lead on the messaging rather than wait for U.S. news networks tell a story that may be good for ratings but not for information.
Thomas Cook is facing increased competition in the Caribbean and a partnership with Lufthansa could help the tour operator to control its costs.
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You know it's bad when Caribbean leaders are hoping for hurricanes and asking hotel guests to ease up on waters usage.
Tourism overall is picking up throughout the Caribbean and as the region enjoys healthy growth it must deal with a number of external pressures that are both similar and different from other destinations.
Hilton Worldwide's Hampton has evolved from a midscale to an upper midscale brand, leaving Hilton without an answer for people looking for a stay in a midscale-priced property. Whether it's an acquisition or the development of a new brand, Hilton is busy looking for an answer.
Access and accommodations are the two most important factors in determining whether visitors will come to a destination so providing luxury-level service is the first step in attracting that kind of clientele.
Cruise virgins and veteran cruisers looking for something different is a big group to go after even if getting them on your ship is a big challenge.
Despite a higher volume of cruise passengers, visitors arriving by land stay longer and spend more making them far more valuable for long-term economic growth.