Caribbean & Bermuda

Posted on July 9th, 2014

Thrilled to the Nth Degree in Montego Bay

You can utter her name three times fast, but I don’t recommend it. Not that the White Witch of Montego Bay would mind—locals say she loves ‘rising’ to the occasion.



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Posted on July 9th, 2014

Sandals Resorts: Caribbean Cool for Groups

Group space varies at the company’s 15 couples resorts. Among the more meetings-focused properties are Sandals’ two resorts in the Bahamas.



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Posted on July 7th, 2014

Sustainable Luxury Hotel Soon to Debut Edible Incentives in St. Kitts

“It’s ideal for planners who are looking for a retreat that allows attendees to immerse themselves in local Caribbean culture and heritage, distinct farm-to-table culinary experiences and wellness offerings.”



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Posted on July 7th, 2014

Atlantis Joining Marriott International’s Autograph Collection

“This is a significant milestone for us today as Marriott International not only marks its entry into the Bahamas, but also celebrates our 80th hotel in the Caribbean and Latin America’s rapidly growing portfolio.”



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Posted on July 7th, 2014

Atlantis Freshens Appeal for Meeting Planners

The resort, which is being acquired by Marriott International and will become part of the company’s Autograph Collection in the fall, has freshened rooms and suites in two of its luxury towers and created a new outdoor venue for mid-size groups.



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Posted on May 9th, 2014

For Sports Fans, Puerto Rico Is Paradise

Almost any sporting event, meeting or congress in the sports market can find its ideal venue in Puerto Rico.



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Posted on March 6th, 2014

Groups Explore St. Croix’s Heritage at Estate Whim Museum

The Estate Whim Museum in St. Croix is a 12-acre community treasure trove of Caribbean genealogical records and a living time capsule of St. Croix’s history.



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Posted on February 18th, 2014

Benchmark Hotels Unveils Top 10 Meeting Trends for 2014

“The good news is there’s good news!” says Alex Cabañas, president & CEO of Benchmark. “Booking pace is very strong and the economic hangover is mostly worn off, and companies are spending again on training and development.”



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Posted on February 4th, 2014

Painting Class Bonds Groups Artfully in Curaçao’s Cacti Desert

A group painting class at Serena Art Factory in the middle of Curaçao’s desert is one of those experiences where you don’t expect very much, but then it turns out great.



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Posted on January 19th, 2014

Jamaican PM Portia Simpson-Miller: “Let’s Get Together and Feel Alright”

“There is enormous potential in our region to supply this sector’s collective needs.”



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