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Format: 2018-10-15
Format: 2018-10-15
1791
10/14/2018 - 00:24

Tripling the number of cruise terminals is a strong start but, while there may be a short-term dip expected for now, the continued rise of cruise travelers to the broader Caribbean region may see further expansion required both in and beyond Havana.

1791
10/13/2018 - 23:59

IHG (InterContinental Hotels Group) has announced that we will remove plastic straws from our global estate by the end of 2019, representing more than 5,400 hotels in nearly 100 countries.

1791
10/13/2018 - 23:58

WTM London 2018 which takes place on 5-7 November and is placing a spotlight on the region with a host of key speakers lined up for the show’s new regionally-focused Inspiration Zones.

1791
10/13/2018 - 23:46

Palladium's TRS Hotel brand is welcoming a new property into its fold with the TRS Cap Cana Hotel, an adults-only resort to open in the Dominican Republic Nov. 1.

1791
10/13/2018 - 23:46

Toronto service starts Dec. 1, 2018 and departs Saturdays, Sundays and Thursdays. Montreal also kicks off on Dec. 1 with flights on Wednesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays.

1791
10/13/2018 - 23:42

Airbnb has substantially expanded the activation zone for its Open Homes Program to aid residents of the Southeast forced to evacuate from their homes in connection with Hurricane Michael.

1791
10/13/2018 - 23:22

Six new hotels are scheduled to open in Quintana Roo in 2019 bringing more than 1,000 guestrooms to the region.

1790
10/11/2018 - 10:10

The tiny town of Mexico Beach, Florida took the brunt of Hurricane Michael, which made landfall nearby with winds at 155mph. Entire homes were destroyed by driving winds, while others were completely submerged by water.

1790
10/10/2018 - 12:59

A recorded growth of 3.4 percent in international visitor arrivals through August in 2018 has been recorded in Chicago, third biggest U.S city. There was a 4.8-percent increase from China as per local authorities.

1790
10/10/2018 - 12:57

Cruise passengers were stuck down in droves by a sickness bug during a luxury Mediterranean voyage. Around 300 passengers on the cruise ship Aida Prima were left suffering from the suspected virus.

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