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CARIBBEAN HOTELS AND ASPIRING VACATIONERS UNITE TO SUPPORT NORTHERN BAHAMAS

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Overwhelming response to ‘holiday auction” prompts second round MIAMI (October 16, 2019) – Travelers wishing to support the victims of Hurricane Dorian are stepping up to the plate by seizing opportunities to travel to the Caribbean and areas of The Bahamas unaffected by the unprecedented storm. Nearly 100 of the region’s outstanding hotels responded to […]

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CARIBBEAN HOTELS UNITE FOR ONLINE TRAVEL AUCTION

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CHTA urges travelers to vacation in the Caribbean and help victims of Hurricane Dorian MIAMI (September 12, 2019) – From Aruba to Jamaica and The Bahamas to Bermuda, hotels and resorts have joined with the Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association (CHTA) to launch an online action to help support the long-term recovery of the northwestern […]

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CHTA MEMBERS AND INDUSTRY PARTNERS HELPING TO DRIVE SUPPORT FOR THE ABACOS, GRAND BAHAMA

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MIAMI (September 4, 2019) – The Caribbean tourism industry and its many friends around the world are responding to the call for support for the storm ravaged islands of the northwestern Bahamas – The Abacos and Grand Bahama. The Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association (CHTA) is appealing to its membership, travel industry partners, national hotel […]

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CHTA LEADER PRAISES CARIBBEAN GOVERNMENTS, INDUSTRY FOR STORM PREPARATION

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Most of the Caribbean under business as usual as storm affects parts of the region MIAMI (August 27, 2019) – As Barbados and several other Eastern Caribbean islands successfully weather the passage of Tropical Storm Dorian, the Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association (CHTA) called attention to their governments’ and the tourism industry’s degree of preparedness. […]

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THE CALM BEFORE THE STORM: 7 TIPS TO BALANCE HURRICANES WITH HOSPITALITY

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Written by True Blue Bay Boutique Resort With over twenty years in the hospitality industry and having experienced over 12 hurricanes between them the owners of True Blue Bay Boutique Resort in Grenada have these 7 tips to help you weather any inclement weathers: Stock up before hurricane season If you wait to purchase your […]

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Living on Water: Are You Ready to Weather a Storm?

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Written by KAYFLO It is that time of the year again, Hurricane season. During this period lasting from June till November, the Caribbean basin is crossed by 8 hurricanes on average every year and some of us can already feel the consequences. Two weeks ago (2 July), there was a flooding in Southern Belize following […]

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In a Storm, Depend on Safety Not Luck

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Written by Jamaica Inn, Leila Love, EHS Manager The NOAA 2017 Atlantic Hurricane season forecast is above normal activity with 11 – 17 named storms and 5 – 9 Hurricanes predicted. They even forecast 2 – 4 Major Hurricanes. The islands of the Caribbean have to use this information to actively prepare.  We at Jamaica Inn in […]

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MANAGING THE UNFORESEEN

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All crisis situations, from a hurricane to an accident, present significant hurdles for a hotel to continue its day to day operations. The challenges take many forms and are often difficult to predict. Certain crisis pose a physical threat to the property, while others threaten its public image, customer base and short as well as […]

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