Make your Bahamas Hotel Room Feel Like Home

There is a joy and excitement when checking in to a hotel and being away from our normal routines. However, there is a great comfort of feeling at home with the warmth and familiarity it can provide. When traveling, we can create our environment to offer the best of both worlds by making a hotel […]

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Hotelier Calls for “Aggressive” Effort to Combat Crime

A senior hotelier is calling for an “all hands on deck” approach to combating crime given that it poses “a major risk” to The Bahamas’ continued post-COVID tourism and economic recovery if not controlled. Robert Sands, the Bahamas Hotel and Tourism Association’s (BHTA) president, told Tribune Business that the warning released by the US embassy last […]

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Ultimate Travel Toiletry List for Women

What should be on your travel toiletries list as a female traveler? Well, every woman has their own take on what their essential travel items should be. As a digital nomad who is frequently traveling, I have whittled down my own essential travel toiletries list, which I hope will be helpful for others preparing for […]

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Bahamas Tourism ‘Open for Business’

The Bahamas is “unquestionably” in a strong competitive position after US federal health authorities confirmed this nation’s COVID ranking is set to be upgraded to ‘moderate’, a top hotelier said yesterday. Robert Sands, the Bahamas Hotel and Tourism Association’s president, told Tribune Business that the upcoming US Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) revision […]

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Flight Attendants Share Secrets for Flying with Children

Traveling with a toddler is no vacation if you’re not properly prepared. Here, experienced flight attendants share their secrets for flying with young kids. With cramped airplane seating and busy waiting areas, flying isn’t the most pleasant experience—and all of the frustration increases exponentially when you add a rowdy toddler into the mix. Little children […]

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