Raffles Canouan News

EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: Brad Beaty - Raffles Canouan

2nd Mar 2005 Press Release Tourism News

Raffles Canouan opened its doors on November 1 2004 and since then the resort has been firing on all cylinders. Raffles Resort Canouan Island is located on Canouan Island in the heart of the Grenadines in the southeastern Caribbean. The resort is set on 300 acres of a 1,200 acre private estate featuring three secluded white sand beaches, all surrounded by one of the world’s largest coral reefs. The new Raffles Resort is amphitheatrically set around the protected bay with each of the 156 single and double-storey luxury villas offering breathtaking views.

Raffles Canouan: A new level of luxury in the heart of the Caribbean.

18th May 2004 Press Release Tourism News

Ben Kilbey in LondonThe Caribbean is home to some of the worlds most exclusive resorts. Some of the worlds most luxurious and exclusive getaways are located in the region. Shortly a new level of luxury is to make its mark; Raffles is opening on the island of Canouan.Raffles Resort Canouan Island is located on Canouan Island in the heart of the Grenadines in the south-eastern Caribbean. The resort is set on 300 acres of a 1,200 acre private estate featuring three secluded white sand beaches, all surrounded by one of the world’s largest coral reefs. The new Raffles Resort is set in an amphitheatre style around the protected bay with each of the 156 accommodations offering breathtaking views. Canouan Island is truly in the heart of The Grenadines, a region known for its unsurpassed sailing, marine life and Caribbean charm. Located just 110 miles west of Barbados, Canouan is a short flight away from the other Grenadine Islands of Mustique, Bequia, Petit St. Vincent, and the Tobago keys. With this St. Vincent and the Grenadines is set to re-establish itself on the Caribbean map. The island nations are set to boom in the high end market. Caribbean Travel News caught up with Hon. Rene Baptiste, the islands Minister of Tourism at this years ITB Berlin to discuss developments, the future and the safety that the Caribbean offers to travellers. Everybody is Trumps up.