Eight Bahamian students have been awarded $47,000 worth of scholarships to pursue their tourism-related studies during the upcoming school year.
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While experience won over youth, the Bahamas team came away from the regional meet with several medals and according to team members – “much wiser and humbled.”
The Marina Operators of the Bahamas will hold its 3rd Annual General Meeting and Workshop under the theme “Charting A Steady Course Through Strengthened Partnerships” Thursday June 28, 2012
The Bahamas Hotel Association is hosting its 9th Annual Summer Educators Internship Program in collaboration with the Ministry of Education, Science, and Technology (MOE) and the Ministry of Tourism (MOT).
Occupancy rates continue to increase, even achieving pre-recession levels but competitive pressures continue to restrict the increase of room rates which is a concern for the hotels.
Grand Isle Resort & Spa has finalized its transition to 100% home-ownership with the sale of 31 remaining villas to Peter Nicholson of Ottawa, Canada.
Tourism professionals from Long Island recently participated in two customer service workshops conducted by the Bahamas Hotel Association Human Resources Professionals association.
Many small and medium hotels are now able to benefit from volume purchase discounts thanks to a new discount program unveiled by a Bahamas Hotel Association allied member.
According to preliminary statistics, the 14-major New Providence hotels recorded an 84.3% occupancy rate for March 2012 compared to 80.1% in March 2011.