Walking through the newly renovated lobby of The Westin Grand Cayman Seven Mile Beach Resort and Spa, you can't help but be immediately impressed, reports PressToday's Ashley Rochefort who's checking out the Cayman Islands this week.
Fine, modern finishes, thoughtful details, and nautical,... more ›
Cayman Islands Welcomes Its First New Property In A Decade
Luxury without the attitude. That's what the Kimpton Seafire Resort & Spa – the Cayman Islands' first new property in more than a decade -- is all about, reports PressToday's Ashley Rochefort, who's having a first hand look at both the resort and the destination this week.
Welcoming... more ›
Rodrigo Esponda has gone from being a Los Cabos visitor to a Los Cabos resident.
Esponda ended a 17-year Mexico Tourism Board career last year and relocated from Toronto to Los Cabos and for the past six months has been overseeing Cabo tourism promotion efforts, reports Press Today's Ian... more ›
Friendly Puerto Vallarta Is A Tourism Power House
Living up to the moniker of being the world's friendliest city – as named by Condé Nast magazine – may be a challenge, but one Mexico's Puerto Vallarta is taking in stride and living up to as shown by the number of travellers flocking to the sun destination each year, reports Greg Coates... more ›
A group of Canadian tour operator reps attended the ExploreGB travel marketplace in Brighton recently, then took part in an intensive post-conference tour that covered many key attractions in southern England, reports Press Today's Ted Davis who was on hand for the show.
Amongst them was... more ›
Tourism Opens Our Hearts And Minds: UNWTO Official
Tourism can transform our world and build better understanding in a world living with a deficit of tolerance said UNWTO Secretary-General, Taleb Rifai, at the opening ceremony of the 2017 edition of ITB Berlin.
Press Today's David McClung and Mitchell McClung were on hand for ITB's opening... more ›
On The Road And Casting A Spell In Brighton
The magic of Harry Potter came to Brighton this week, as British tourism suppliers met with product buyers from around the world at the ExploreGB marketplace on England's south coast, reports Press Today's Ted Davis, who's attending the show.
After a busy day of meetings, about 400 suppliers... more ›
One-on-one with CHTA’s president
There’s no question Trump was a hot topic arising multiple times during the Caribbean Travel Marketplace, which just wrapped up in The Bahamas.
Karolin Troubetzkoy, president of the Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association (CHTA), told PressToday, she’s concerned about the messaging that... more ›
South East Asia Cruise Tourism On The Rise
The seas of South East Asia are becoming increasingly busy with cruise ship traffic and have led observers to predict the region has the potential to be the “Caribbean of the East.”
Attendees at the recent ASEAN Tourism Forum concurred with that outlook, as announcements by cruise ship... more ›
Annual Event Welcomes Record Number Of Attendees
Florida Huddle kicked off Monday night with record attendance announced for the three-day event at the Disney Contemporary Resort in Orlando, reports Press Today's Michael Baginski from the show.
Delegates at the state's annual travel trade event were invited to kick up their heels at... more ›