Speaking to Breaking Travel News during Caribbean Travel Marketplace, Colin James, chief executive of the Antigua & Barbuda Tourism Authority, tells us what the destination has in store for 2020.
Antigua & Barbuda welcomed more than 300,000 visitors during 2019, leading to celebrations among officials from the tourism board at V.C. Bird International Airport.
Chatting with Breaking Travel News at World Travel Market in London, Charles Fernandez, minister of tourism for Antigua & Barbuda, tells us how the destination has been quick to recover from the impact of recent hurricanes.
Royalton Antigua Resort & Spa will open its doors on May 1st. The 294-room resort is situated on the pristine white beach of picturesque Deep Bay.
Curtain Bluff in Antigua will reopen for its 2018/19 season on October 27th. Last year, the hotel underwent the most significant refurbishment since its opening.
Blue Waters, Resort & Spa in Antigua has announced the appointment of Kevin Phillips as its new general manager.
Following the most significant refurbishment since its opening, Curtain Bluff, Antigua, will reopen tomorrow. “Our renovation underscores Curtain Bluff’s commitment to providing a signature luxury experience paired with the utmost level of service that keeps our guests coming back year after year,” explained Rob Sherman, managing director, Curtain Bluff.
Antigua is back to offering world-class excursions and adventures across the island. Popular activities in Antigua, from Stingray City to zip-lining adventures to safari land tours to cruises, sea circumnavigation and snorkelling tours are available once again following the impact of Hurricane Irma.