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Dominic Fedee, minister of tourism, Saint Lucia

Dominic Fedee, minister of tourism, Saint Lucia

9 November 2018 Videos

Breaking Travel News chats with Dominic Fedee, minister of tourism for Saint Lucia, at World Travel Market. On the agenda is the development value of the hospitality sector, the portrayal of the Caribbean in the western media and the importance of the UK as a source market for the country.

Allen Chastanet, prime minister, Saint Lucia

Allen Chastanet, prime minister, Saint Lucia

28 November 2017 Videos

After a rousing speech on the conference floor, Allen Chastanet, prime minister of Saint Lucia, tells Breaking Travel News about his plan to make the country the leading Caribbean tourism destination within a decade. Taking a data-led approach, he seeks to overhaul the tax system of the island in order to spur innovation and investment in hospitality.

Jade Mountain St Lucia launches new range of spa treatments

Jade Mountain St Lucia launches new range of spa treatments

18 October 2017 Hotel News Spa News

Jade Mountain St Lucia has introduced a new range of home-grown spa treatments that seek to be as kind to the environment as they are to skin. The new treatments on offer at the hilltop Kai En Ciel Spa utilise the finest organic produce from the resort’s 600-acre Emerald Estate, including chocolate, mangoes, spices and botanicals.

Rendezvous completes $12.5m renovation in St. Lucia

Rendezvous completes $12.5m renovation in St. Lucia

1 December 2015 Hotel News

Rendezvous is set to complete the second phase of its $12.5 million renovation to further enhance the couples only all-inclusive resort. The refurbishments will upgrade the five-star hotel’s accommodation, resort facilities and food and beverage outlets.

St Lucia records serge in tourism bookings

St Lucia records serge in tourism bookings

The Expedia group has recorded significant increases in travel demand for properties of all-star levels on the island of St. Lucia. Overall, demand increased more than 20 per cent in the first quarter of 2015 when compared to the same time last year. Demand is even more significant for four and five star properties, with an increase year over year of approximately 25 per cent.