Its accomplishments over the past sixty years have made it a respected and influential voice in tourism. Moving forward; The Bahamas Hotel Association is taking a new name to embrace a new vision of the future.
The Bahamas Hotel Association (BHA) revealed that an energy efficient project is set to be launched whereby several hotels will receive “substantial financial support” to institute key recommendations.
The Bahamas Hotel Association has appealed to reverse a decision by BEC to conduct demand charge readings once annually, resulting in utility cost increases for hotels and businesses with high usage.
Ministry of Tourism and The Bahamas Hotel Association have announced the finalists for the Cacique Awards.
Family Island hoteliers reported they are getting back to business after Hurricane Sandy, as the hotel properties have not sustained any major damage.
Earle Bethell, a native of the Bahamas with almost three decades in hotel management, brings a wealth of hotel industry knowledge to Comfort Suites Paradise Island.
Butch Stewart, the founder of Sandals Resort, said that Great Exuma’s Sandals on Emerald Bay is suffering from high operating costs and insufficient airlift, despite the company’s efforts to keep the Bahamian resort open.
Michael Hartman, an executive with the newly launched Bahamas Boutique Hotel Group Limited, says boutique hotels are the ideal model for the Family Islands to realistically grow the tourism market.
Warwick International Hotels advances its global development strategy with the acquisition of The Paradise Island Harbour Resort on Paradise Island, Bahamas. The transaction is expected to be completed in the near future.