Hotel News

$4.6 Million CCTV Contract

The government signed a $4.6 million contract yesterday to supply key areas throughout New Providence with a comprehensive closed circuit television (CCTV) network.

New Discount Program for Small Hotels


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Many small and medium sized hotels, particularly those in the Family Islands, are now able to take advantage of volume purchase discounts afforded to chain hotels and large resorts thanks to a new discount program unveiled by American Hotel Register, an allied member of the Bahamas Hotel Association.


Tourism & Culinary Scholarships Available


BHA scholarship

Students interested in pursuing studies in tourism and culinary-related fields are invited to submit applications for scholarships being offered to Bahamians to attend the College of The Bahamas Culinary and Hospitality Management Institute (CHMI), through the Patrick S.G. Bain Hotel Industry Partners Scholarship Fund.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 24 April 2012 07:15

March Hotel Performance Continues Upward Trend


According to preliminary statistics released by the Bahamas Hotel Association and The Bahamas Ministry of Tourism, the 14-major New Providence hotels recorded an 84.3% occupancy rate for March 2012 compared to 80.1% in March 2011. Room revenue increased by 8% along with a 4.8% increase in room nights sold. The March 2012 average daily room rate (ADR) of $283.35 represented an increase of $8.44 compared to March 2011.

Last Updated on Monday, 23 April 2012 06:56

BHA Chief Confident Stopovers Near 2 Million Before 2022


The Bahamas Hotel Association's (BHA) president is "confident" this nation will be approaching the two million stopover visitor mark before 2022, believing a study on the industry's economic impact has underestimated the $2.6 billion Baha Mar project's post-2014 impact.

Last Updated on Monday, 16 April 2012 13:07

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