Keyword: Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association
The move makes the Colombian city the first new destination in the CHTA in 15 years. More here.
The ultimate goal of the partnership is to make the Caribbean a global luxury destination. More here.
The Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association has announced that the Bahamas will host next year’s Caribbean Travel Marketplace. Learn more about the event.
In addition to the strong current state of the industry, 56 of respondents also said they have an extremely positive or positive outlook for 2019. Find out more.
Hugh Riley, secretary general of the Caribbean Tourism Organization, says the region is approaching 2019 "with a sense of optimism, excitement and much hope."
Frank Comito says an additional 10 percent in visitor expenditures would generate $628 million more in room revenue each year. Check out more.
The Caribbean Tourism Organization and Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association partnered on the regional marketing campaign. Check it out here.
Only one-third of the Caribbean was affected by 2017's hurricanes, and many of these islands are close to being 100 percent operational. Here's the latest.
The Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association (CHTA) is joining with the Clinton Global Initiative Action Network on Post-Disaster Recovery to help hurricane-struck destinations recover. More here.
Karolin Troubetzkoy was named the new SLHTA president, as the island has seen recent growth in stay-over arrivals, expenditures and cruise arrivals. Here's more.