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Marriott International, Inc., announced it has signed an agreement with AB Living to bring the legendary St. Regis brand to Costa Mujeres. Solidifying the brand’s position as a global leader in luxury leisure hospitality, The St. Regis Costa Mujeres Resort is expected to welcome its first guests in early 2025.

Saudi Arabia, the authentic home of Arabia, has been announced as Premier Partner of World Travel Market London 2022 for the second year running.

Saudi’s Vision 2030 strategy is an ambitious blueprint for the future that is transforming Saudi, creating prosperity and opportunity, with tourism at the heart. Driving forward aims of welcoming 100 million visitors by 2030, Saudi joins partners and delegates at WTM to showcase an unparalleled destination offering.

PGA Catalunya Golf and Wellness has been recognised as one of Europe’s finest golf and wellness experiences, affirmed by the latest edition of the game’s leading ranking list. In the Golf World Top 100 Resorts of Continental Europe 2022*, PGA Catalunya Golf and Wellness places fourth, continuing its reign as the No. 1 ranked golf resort in Spain, and solidifying its standing as one of Continental Europe’s premier destinations.

The president of the World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) wants to see a strong focus on environmental sustainability throughout the Caribbean.

Delivering a recorded address to stakeholders gathered for the Caribbean Hotel & Tourism Association’s (CHTA) Caribbean Travel Forum in San Juan, Puerto Rico this month, Julia Simpson endorsed policy solutions such as government incentives which reward businesses that adhere to environmental standards and are eco-certified.

The Saltire Festival is back for 2022 and there's a great programme of events to choose from – all held in East Lothian – the home of the Saltire flag. Tickets are on sale now.

Based around St Andrew's Day on 30th November, The Saltire Festival is an annual celebration, bringing you the very best of Scottish entertainment from traditional to modern music and from film screenings featuring Scottish stars of stage and screen to celebrations of Scotland's rich cuisine – and much more!

As more Caribbean nationals turn to the region’s tourism industry for careers of their first choice, a 50-year travel industry veteran believes they are on the right path. In a recent interview in the Dominican Republic capital of Santo Domingo, Rick Sasso, Chair of MSC Cruises USA, opined that cruise tourism offers myriad opportunities for young people looking for long and gratifying careers.

The Bahamas Ministry of Tourism, Investments & Aviation (BMOTIA) will continue its successful series of Global Sales and Marketing Missions with back-to-back events in North Carolina beginning on Wednesday, 19 Oct. in Charlotte and concluding on Thursday, 20 Oct. in Raleigh. These events, aimed to solidify relationships with tourism partners and boost visitor arrivals in the area, come one month ahead of year-round direct flights from Charlotte and Raleigh to Grand Bahama Island starting in November.

Recent research carried out for the Caravan and Motorhome Club (CAMC) by the Centre for Economics and Business Research (Cebr) highlights a huge resurgence in interest in the great outdoors and pent-up demand for travel. This has meant the number of Brits considering a touring holiday has grown by 20% in the two years to April 2022 and the number of Brits owning a leisure vehicle is predicted to grow by over 40% by 2030.

The opening press conference to World Travel Market will soon be unveiling its official WTM London Industry Report, which sets out to gage the conversations taking place on the WTM London exhibition floor, the sentiment of the industry and UK holidaymakers, as well as to discover the popular destinations for the following year.

There is an undoubted pent-up demand from people to travel in 2023, so it’s crucial your business is one-step ahead in helping to plan for the future. This event is for Media only.

Hundreds of delegates have converged on Santo Domingo in the Dominican Republic this week for what is already being described as a successful 28th annual Florida-Caribbean Cruise Association (FCCA) conference, which kicked off on Tuesday and continued through Friday. Senior cruise executives from FCCA Member Lines have been busy today meeting with tourism representatives from across the region’s public and private sectors, in an effort to improve cruise tourism business and develop opportunities for growth across the region.

Regional transport bosses have agreed to continue funding bus services regarded as socially necessary as part of a review of the region’s network.

Against a backdrop of unprecedented cost pressures on bus operators across the UK as a result of rising fuel costs and reduced passenger numbers following the Covid 19 pandemic, Transport for West Midland’s (TfWM) Transport Delivery Committee has agreed to continue to fund at least 78 of 114 bus service contracts that are regarded as socially necessary.