Caribbean news: Melia Nassau Beach flourishes in the shadow of Baha Mar

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CARIBBEAN
May 2, 2017
Melia Nassau Beach flourishes in shadow of Baha Mar
All upgrades and renovations at the former Sheraton Nassau Beach Hotel will be completed by this summer, according to an official for the family-friendly property.
Norwegian Cruise Line arrives in Havana
The line made its first call in Cuba in its 50-year history on Tuesday, as the 2,004-passenger Norwegian Sky arrived in Havana Harbor shortly after 7 a.m.
Baha Mar opening doors to public earlier than planned
The Grand Hyatt Baha Mar, the Bahamas resort’s largest hotel, is now taking reservations starting May 8.
Atlantis readies family-themed tower for July opening
“We’ve taken a step back to look to the future of Atlantis and to truly understand what motivates today’s travelers to choose a destination," said Howard Karawan, president and managing director.
DOT grants permit to British Virgin Islands Airways
BVIA is planning to fly nonstop from Miami to Tortola using two-class Avro Regional Jet 100 aircraft.
AC Hotel San Juan Condado opens
The 223-room hotel is the first AC Hotels by Marriott-branded property in the Caribbean.
Empress of the Seas makes first call in Havana
After returning to Miami, the Empress will reposition to Tampa for the summer season, offering four, five and six-night sailings that include day and overnight visits to Havana.
San Juan to host CHTA Marketplace 2018
The event will take place at the Puerto Rico Convention Center from Jan. 30 to Feb. 1.
AA, Delta chasing vacated Cuba slots
The airlines have joined JetBlue in applying for the right to increase service to Havana.
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Opening day has finally arrived for Baha Mar
The long-delayed Bahamas mega-resort began hosting media, government officials and VIPs on Thursday, and is poised to start taking reservations from the general public for stays beginning in late May.
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