Hotel News

US Approves Removal of Airport Security Checks

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The Nassau Airport Development Company (NAD) yesterday said approval had been granted for it to remove the two secondary security checkpoints on the US Departures lounge's upper levels, freeing up more than 7,000 square feet for extra seating and retail options.
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Security Checks Reduced At Nassau Airport

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Traveling to the U.S. just got a little quicker and easier, as officials announce one level of security check at Nassau's airport is to be scrapped.
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15% Drop in Party Bookings

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Holiday event bookings are down about 15 per cent year-over-year at BahaMar's resorts, the company's vice-president of external affairs said yesterday, while party rental and supply stores are seeing the market teeter both ways.
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Room Revenues Decline For Nassau Hotels

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New Providence's major hotels suffered a 7.4 per cent room revenue drop in October 2009, due to an average $18 daily room rate (ADR) drop, confirming the industry's current pricing weakness despite signs of occupancy stabilisation.
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Graycliff Expand Boutiques To US Airports

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Graycliff is in "very advanced talks" to expand its airport boutique lounge concept to three other major US airports, Tribune Business was told yesterday, an initiative that could yield up to 10 new properties and 150 jobs with the Bahamas-based company having already invested $1 million in its existing network.

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