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Jamaica tourism hits a high

Jamaica tourism hits a high

26 October 2010 Tourism News

Jamaica’s tourism industry is on a roll after picking up a host of key honours at the World Travel Awards 2010 The Americas Ceremony, including “Caribbean’s Leading Destination”, “Caribbean’s Leading Tourist Board” and “Caribbean’s Leading Cruise Destination”.

Pacific Paradise

Pacific Paradise

25 October 2010 Focus

Situated on a triangle-shaped atoll rising four thousand metres from the floor of the Pacific Ocean, Pacific Resort Aitutaki is an enclave of romance, refinement and luxury that will overwhelm even the most discerning traveller.

Rooney heads to Dubai’s Burj Al Arab

Rooney heads to Dubai’s Burj Al Arab

25 October 2010 Hotel News

Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney and his wife Coleen have secretly jetted off to Dubai, for a stay at the luxury Burj Al Arab, voted “World’s Leading Hotel” by the World Travel Awards.

The Americas’ night of tourism triumph

23 October 2010 Travel Events News

Winners from across the Americas region are celebrating their victories at the World Travel Awards Gala Ceremony at the Sandals White House resort in Jamaica. Following a night of high drama, winners of the coveted trophies celebrated in style with the legendary Boney M headlining the event.

Who’s who of travel head to Jamaica

22 October 2010 Travel Events News

The who’s who of travel and tourism are heading to Jamaica for tonight’s World Travel Awards 2010 The Americas Ceremony. Sandals Whitehouse is making the final preparations ahead of what promises to be the biggest night of the year travel and tourism in the region.

Jamaica prepares for travel triumph

Jamaica prepares for travel triumph

21 October 2010

Jamaica is preparing to welcome the legendary Boney M on Friday 22 October for a night of celebration at World Travel Awards The Americas Ceremony. The elite of travel and tourism will compete in the “Oscars of the travel industry”, which is being hosted at Sandals Whitehouse.

Delhi celebrates at World Travel Awards gala

Delhi celebrates at World Travel Awards gala

14 October 2010 Travel Events News

As the XIX Commonwealth Games drew to a close, India also stole the show at this year’s World Travel Awards Asia & Australasia Ceremony in Delhi. The country picked up a number of top awards during the event at The Claridges, Surajkund, while Australia was also celebrating as the curtain fell.

Delhi awaits Commonwealth Games closing ceremony

Delhi awaits Commonwealth Games closing ceremony

14 October 2010 Travel Events News

After 11 days of intense competition the curtain will fall on the Delhi Commonwealth Games later with a spectacular closing ceremony in the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium. In what promises to be an exciting day for the city, the World Travel Awards Asia & Australasia Gala Ceremony is also taking place at The Claridges Surajkund.

Asia’s travel elite prepares for battle

14 October 2010 Travel Events News

Leading destinations and travel brands are gathering at The Claridges, Surajkund, Delhi today to celebrate travel and tourism’s biggest night of the year – the World Travel Awards Asia & Australasia Ceremony. All will be eager to see which companies will walk away with the highly-coveted World Travel Awards, described by the Wall Street Journal as the ‘Oscars’ of the global travel and tourism industry.

India celebrates golden Commonwealth Games

12 October 2010 Travel Events News

Krishna Poonia has ended a 52-year-old Commonwealth Games athletics gold medal drought for host nation India, claiming the women’s discus title. Becoming the first woman to win a Commonwealth Games gold for her country in the athletics arena, Poonia took the title with a throw of 61.51 metres.