Hotel News

Tourism Holds Hope For Bahamas Economic Recovery

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The immediate growth of the Bahamian economy rests with the Ministry of Tourism's ability to fill airplane seats and bring stopover visitors back to these shores en masse, the minister of state for finance said yesterday, meaning group business will have to be revived as soon as possible.
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Arrivals Expected To Rise During Peak Season

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Tourism arrival numbers will be up in March and April 2010 due to the country's free companion airfare promotion, the director-general of tourism told Tribune Business yesterday, while the Bahamas Celebration's inaugural cruise voyage to Grand Bahama will sail at capacity next month.
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Occupancy Rise For Hotels During Peak Time

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New Providence-based resorts are forecasting that average occupancies for the peak March-April period will be 4-5 per cent higher than last year, the Bahamas Hotel Association's (BHA) president said yesterday, with hotels expecting their profits to improve before witnessing any top line growth.
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Baha Mar Apealing In Harrah's Case

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BAHA Mar is appealing a US ruling that completely dismissed its breach of contract and other claims against Harrah's Entertainment on the grounds that the court "acted contrary to law, the facts and the terms of the parties' agreements".
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Slight Occupancy Increase For Hotels

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THE Bahamas Hotel Association (BHA) is projecting a "slight increase" in room rates and occupancies during February and March during the build-up to the peak Easter season, Tribune Business was told yesterday, with advance bookings "looking better than last year".
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