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CTO says Caribbean Week in NYC ‘set to sparkle’

CTO says Caribbean Week in NYC ‘set to sparkle’

The Barbados-based Caribbean Tourism Organization (CTO) said on Friday that the much-awaited Caribbean Week is “set to sparkle” in New York City from June 16-21. CTO said this event, a highlight on the calendar for travel industry professionals and enthusiasts alike, will be held at the InterContinental New York Times Square in the bustling heart of midtown Manhattan.

Pine Cliffs Resort, Algarve Inspire the Next Generation of Wimbledon Champions

Pine Cliffs Resort, Algarve Inspire the Next Generation of Wimbledon Champions

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The resort's exclusive tennis school, led by the former British No1 player and TV sports presenter and commentator Annabel Croft, provides guests of all ages with the chance to improve their skills. Pine Cliffs' state-of-the-art tennis facilities include five floodlit courts - two clay courts, three hard courts and a padel tennis court, which can be booked by the hour or as a block for the week.

Experience Normandy's Newest D-Day Attractions Ahead of the Milestone 80th Anniversary

Experience Normandy's Newest D-Day Attractions Ahead of the Milestone 80th Anniversary

This year marks a milestone anniversary for D-Day, and whether you're a regular visitor or new to the area 2024 is a great time to visit. To mark the occasion, Normandy is putting on a huge variety of events across the region, but the beaches are the place to be to experience some of the newest additions to the area's D-Day attractions, so why not sail across the Channel with DFDS and explore them for yourself.

We’ve yet to see how Artificial Intelligence will change the travel experience?

We’ve yet to see how Artificial Intelligence will change the travel experience?

Ahead of Phocuswright Europe in Barcelona on June 10-12 and on the heels of what PhocusWire editors are calling “easily the biggest week so far for generative artificial intelligence” in travel, travel leaders have shared their thoughts about how artificial intelligence has impacted the travel experience so far – and where they think it’s headed in the future.

Portugal and Greece climate perception, the most resilient to global warming within Mediterranean

Portugal and Greece climate perception, the most resilient to global warming within Mediterranean

Readiness and data insights to deal with climate change effects and its impact in destinations’ perception can make a difference when designing and executing promotional strategies, to ensure travellers’ expectation do not fall far from the actual experience. This is one of the main arguments Mabrian, the global travel intelligence company, brought to the Resilience Council panel, held during the latest edition of Arabian Travel Market.

GoNexus Group and Blue Diamond Resorts’ new Guest App boosts incomes and customer satisfaction

GoNexus Group and Blue Diamond Resorts’ new Guest App boosts incomes and customer satisfaction

GoNexus Group, a leading experiences and mobility travel group, and Blue Diamond Resorts, the Caribbean's fastest growing resort chain, celebrate the successful result of the PH App (Planet Hollywood App) powered by NexusLab for Planet Hollywood Hotel in Cancun, contributing to the digitalization of the guest experience, increasing customer satisfaction and sales. Now four out of ten NPI (non-package income)[1] sales are booked through the PH App, and as a result of this success, Blue Diamond Resorts will expand the app's presence across the rest of its properties.

Caribbean Hot in 2024 Tourism Surge

Caribbean Hot in 2024 Tourism Surge

The travel industry is on a roll in 2024, with people spending more and traveling further. A new report by Mastercard Economics Institute says this is great news for many economies, especially those in the Caribbean.