As the premier five-star resort on Dominica, which was recently named the top Caribbean island by Travel + Leisure readers, Cabrits Resort & Spa Kempinski Dominica invites travelers to escape the traditional holiday hustle and bustle and instead experience a stress-free season, island-style.
Dominica has launched its extended-stay visa programme dubbed Work in Nature, which provides the opportunity to work remotely for up to 18 months on the island.
Russel Storey joins the luxurious resort hotel on the untouched island in the Caribbean from Egypt, where he held the position as general manager at Royal Maxim Palace, Cairo.
The new Cabrits Resort & Spa Kempinski Dominica will open its doors to guests and exclusive clientele on the October 14th. The resort will be the second venture of Kempinski Hotels in this region and Dominica’s first-ever five-star resort.
Kempinski has continued is expansion in the Caribbean with the upcoming Cabrits Resort & Spa Kempinski Dominica. Set to open in 2019, this luxurious island hideaway is surrounded by Cabrits National Park in the Commonwealth of Dominica.
Only three months after the devastation of Hurricane Maria, Dominica is showing signs of recovery and the revival of its nature. To highlight this, the Discover Dominica Authority has launched a social media and digital awareness campaign targeted at Dominica’s key markets of the UK, US, Canada, France, Germany and the Caribbean.
The Caribbean island of Dominica has seen “widespread devastation” following the impact of Hurricane Maria, according to prime minister Roosevelt Skerrit. The storm is currently moving roughly along the same track as Hurricane Irma, the hurricane that devastated parts of the Caribbean earlier this month.
British Airways and Winair have announced they will offer a cost effective, same-day route from London to Dominica, via Antigua. The new route will mean that British travellers can leave the UK at 10:30 and be in the hidden island paradise of Dominica with a rum punch in their hand by 18:30.
Commercial airlines serving the Caribbean island of Dominica are resuming flights to Douglas-Charles Airport following Tropical Storm Erika in late August. Earlier, the Eastern Caribbean Civil Aviation Authority gave the go-ahead to resume commercial flights.