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A new eatery by Michelin-star Chef Michael White. A new-look casino. State-of-the-art guest rooms and the Caribbean’s first Shake Shack. 

The Bahamas’ Atlantis  Paradise Island resort has officially completed a $150 million resort-wide renovation, a significant project that included a top-to-bottom transformation of its flagship hotel, The Royal. 

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Everyone deserves a break from the hustle and bustle of daily life. Are you planning a summer getaway, far from your daily routines, to give that tired body some much-deserved rest? If you love spotless beaches, underwater adventures, all-inclusive resorts, and multifaceted culture, then the Caribbean is the perfect holiday destination. We have compiled a shortlist of the best Caribbean islands to visit in July to help you decide.

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Maybe you know Punta Cana, or Santo Domingo, or La Romana. But there’s one place in the Dominican Republic that’s seeing particularly significant growth in the last few years: Santiago de los Caballeros. 

The area south of Puerto Plata has been seeing a wave of new flights, as the Dominican Republic looks to broaden its tourism growth to areas beyond traditional hubs like Punta Cana. 

Last week, the city got another new flight, this time from San Juan, Puerto Rico. 

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If you traveled the British Virgin Islands before the storms, you knew Peter Island. The Marina. Honeymoon Beach. Deadman’s Bay. The ginger lemonade. The chalets. 

What happened next is no secret. But the BVI has made a triumphant return from the storms of 2017, and now it’s finally time for the legendary BVI resort to be reborn. 

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New boutique hotels like the Pink Palm. Private-island destinations like Lovango. A transformed Charlotte Amalie. A reborn Frenchman’s Reef. 

The US Virgin Islands was already the biggest success story of the post-pandemic era in the Caribbean. Now, it’s rising to even higher heights. 

With across-the-board growth in St Thomas, St Croix and St John, overseas tourist arrivals to the US Virgin Islands continue to surge, according to a new report. 

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