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Minister Bartlett welcomes AC Hotel Kingston to Jamaica

Minister Bartlett welcomes AC Hotel Kingston to Jamaica

26 June 2019 Hotel News

AC Hotels by Marriott has announced the opening of AC Hotel Kingston. In a recent walk-through of the hotel, minister of tourism for Jamaica, Edmund Bartlett, said: “The debut of a brand like AC Hotels in Kingston will solidify the city’s status as a strong city tourism destination.”

Sandals Montego Bay completes overhaul in Caribbean

Sandals Montego Bay completes overhaul in Caribbean

18 February 2019 Hotel News

Sandals Resorts International has concluded a transformation of its flagship resort and the completely redesigned Sandals Montego Bay. Guests can lounge on a hammock suspended above turquoise waters by day and enjoy sunset cocktails gathered around the intimate fire pits by night.

Ital Café debuts at Half Moon in Jamaica

Ital Café debuts at Half Moon in Jamaica

Luxury Jamaican hotel Half Moon has added its first vegan eatery, Ital Café, to its award-winning collection of culinary offerings. Working in partnership with Aris Latham, considered to be the father of gourmet ethical raw food cuisine in America, Ital Café grows fresh, organic fruit, vegetables and herbs to be used on their menu.

Carol Rose Brown, director, Jamaica Centre for Tourism Innovation

Carol Rose Brown, director, Jamaica Centre for Tourism Innovation

1 February 2019 Videos

Breaking Travel News speaks to Carol Rose Brown, director of the Jamaica Centre for Tourism Innovation, at the Montego Bay Convention Centre during Caribbean Travel Marketplace 2019. She tells us how the cultural history of Jamaica plays a vital role in its contemporary hospitality offering.

Godfrey Dyer, chairman, Tourism Enhancement Fund, Jamaica

Godfrey Dyer, chairman, Tourism Enhancement Fund, Jamaica

31 January 2019 Videos

Breaking Travel News speaks to Godfrey Dyer, chairman of the Jamaica Tourism Enhancement Fund, during the Caribbean Travel Marketplace. He tells us how experiential tourism will boost both visitor numbers and revenue for the hospitality sector on the island.