I remember when Atlantis’ Royal Towers first debuted. I was 13 years old, and as someone who had already been visiting Paradise Island for much of his life, during the days of Merv Griffin Airport and Swanks Pizza and the Paradise Island Casino, it felt like a new wonder of the world. 

The size, the scale, the pyramids; the colors; the sea life. It was bigger than life. 

Atlantis’ iconic towers opened their doors 25 years ago as a game-changer for The Bahamas and the wider region: The Royal Towers at Atlantis Paradise Island. 

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Resort spas have become almost as common as fitness centers on amenity lists, but while it’s simple enough to carve out some space for a few treatment rooms, there are some spas that offer a true “experience” to go along with your massage, facial, or other treatments. Here are our picks for the Caribbean spas that truly define the term “destination” spa.

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Air traffic and tourism numbers for the two biggest islands in the US Virgin Islands continue to show strong growth, according to new data. 

St Thomas is anticipating 25 percent year-over-year growth for the 2023-2024 winter season, as compared to the winter of 2019-20, before the onset of the pandemic. 

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The Dominican Republic’s record-breaking tourism numbers are showing no signs of slowing down, according to newly-released data from the country’s Ministry of Tourism. 

The Dominican Republic reported 531.017 stavover arrivals in October, the most ever for the country in the month of October. 

That represented an 8 percent jump over the same month in 2022, tourism officials said. 

The Dominican Republic also saw strong cruise growth, with 88,187 cruise passengers in the country — meaning a total of just under 1.7 million cruise arrivals so far this year. 

Article taken from The Caribbean Journal

Nassau’s Baha Mar resort is hosting a big Dia de Los Muertos celebration this week, focusing on the culinary world of Mexico.

The Rosewood Baha Mar is bringing in Anastacia Quiñones-Pittman, the executive chef of Texas restaurant Jose, for a week of culinary experiences celebrating the time-honored Mexican tradition. 

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