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Radisson Announces Addition of Our Lucaya Resort

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Radisson Hotels & Resorts today announced the addition of the Radisson Our Lucaya Resort, Grand Bahama Island, a 740-room landmark resort located in the heart of Grand Bahama Island. The AAA four-diamond oceanfront resort was converted to the Radisson brand, establishing Radisson's presence in the Bahamas and strengthening the brand's impressive resort portfolio in the Caribbean. Radisson currently operates two world-class resort properties in Aruba and St Martin.
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Radisson Name A Better Fit For Our Lucaya

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Only months after the announcement it would part ways with Starwood and its 'Sheraton' and 'Westin' brands, Our Lucaya has now picked up the more-budget conscious Radisson name.
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Tourism Up In Nassau, Down In Grand Bahama

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As tourism figures increase in Nassau and Paradise Island, they decrease in Grand Bahama, according to Tourism Minister Vincent Vanderpool-Wallace, who noted that officials recently spotted the "amazing coincidence."
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Bahamas Economy Hit Hard By Global Recession

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NASSAU, The Bahamas - The global economic recession continues to have "a severe impact" on The Bahamas' economy, Leader of Government business in the Senate and Minister for Labour and Social Development, the Hon. Dion Foulkes said.
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Other Resorts Benefit From Four Seasons' Closure

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The recent closure of Exuma's Four Seasons Resort at Emerald Bay may have dealt a severe blow to that island's fragile economy, but it is paying off for a few high end resorts.
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