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Caribbean Travel News – Week in Review

In Caribbean Resort news, Blue Diamond buys St Lucia’s Smuggler’s Cove Resort. Blue Diamond, a division of Toronto -based Sunwing Travel Group, didn’t disclose how much it paid for the beachfront all-inclusive resort. Smuggler’s Cove has 357 rooms and four restaurants. It has no plans to rebrand the St. Lucia property.

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In Mexico’s Caribbean Coast, Riu reopens renovated Cancun hotel. The Riu Cancun has been closed for several months for extensive renovations, the $30 million renovation project included all guestrooms, restaurants, pool areas and gardens as well as the lobby and facade. The property is located in the heart of Cancun’s hotel zone.

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Hotel Cacao, a boutique hotel in Playa del Carmen is set to open in September. Cornerstone, the hotel management and development company behind San Miguel de Allende’s Hotel Matilda, will debut the 60-room Hotel Cacao on Playa del Carmen’s Fifth Avenue in the heart of the restaurant, club and boutique scene. A contemporary design will feature interiors with bold color accents, a rooftop bar, a central courtyard with a lily pond and art donated by fashion designer Tommy Hilfiger. Rates will range from $196 to $500 per room, per night, double, including continental breakfast.

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In Caribbean Airline News, American Airlines on Oct. 2 plans to launch its first service to Cap Haitien, Haiti with daily nonstop service from Miami, pending DOT approval. Cap Haitien is the second largest airport in Haiti, after Port-au-Prince.

Elsewhere in the region, Delta will add 4 weekly, seasonal flights to its network of flight service between Atlanta and Belize, effective Dec. 4.The carrier currently offers eight roundtrip flights a week year-round. The airline will also resume its weekly seasonal service from Los Angeles to Belize on Nov. 7, seven weeks earlier than the year prior.

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