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Viewing posts from : March 2016

ZIKA Guidelines for Spanish Speaking Guests

By admin | Blog, Sustainability | 0 Comments

HTA is making available its Zika Guidelines for Hotel Guests and Zika Frequently Asked Questions Guide in Spanish for the Caribbean’s Spanish speaking guests. Click on this link to view and download the documents. The documents are also accessible via the Zika Resource Center on CHTA’s home page.

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Exciting New Educational Sessions for F&B Professionals

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This year’s Taste of the Caribbean will bring innovative and exciting created for educational sessions for food and beverage professionals that promise to enhance individual skills and boost the bottom line. The hospitality industry is a highly guest service–oriented business where encounters between employees and guests determine the success of the business. Nowhere is this […]

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Caribbean Performance & Outlook Study Shows Tourism Growth Driving Increases In Employment And Investments; 2016 Promising

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CHTA has released the results of the first annual Industry Performance and Outlook survey, indicating a cautious, but positive assessment as reported by the region’s hospitality and tourism industry stakeholders. Growth in occupancies and revenue stimulated job growth and increased capital expenditures by hoteliers throughout the region. The majority of respondents indicate a strong to […]

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Developing a Lifelong Love of Travel

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Written by Rainer Jenss, President & Founder, Family Travel Association Think back to your very first memory.  Got it?  If you’re like most – 62%, in fact – that remembrance will be from a time spent on vacation.   I happily fall into that majority.  As a child, I had the good fortune of having traveled […]

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