For Immediate Release
Contact: Roberta Turner
954-727-9977 ext 15
FIRST QUARTER 2014 IS ACTIVE IN THE CARIBBEAN
Fort Lauderdale, FL — During the winter tourist season, Frontier Airlines will have nonstop service from Denver to Montego Bay, Jamaica once every Sunday. The Airline says this will be the only nonstop flights from Denver to the Caribbean during the winter season. Visit www.caribbeanweddings.com for information about the beautiful Iberostar Grand Hotel Rose Hall in Montego Bay and to book this highly recommended resort.
Speaking of Jamaica, that country just announced that it has received its 2 millionth visitor to the country for the first time in its history. It has come close several times, but this time it went over the top.
Melia announced that it has officially taken over the former Sheraton Nassau Beach Resort, which will become part of the Baha Mar complex when that project opens at the end of the year. The Melia is all-inclusive with a total of 694 rooms and 32 suites located on a 1,000 foot stretch of beautiful Cable Beach on New Providence Island, Bahamas. If you are interested in getting married or honeymooning in Nassau, visit www.caribbeanweddings.com for the legal requirements, what to see and do, and the nightlife to be enjoyed there.
Tropic Ocean Airways will begin scheduled seaplane service from Ft. Lauderdale, Florida to Hope Town, Great Abaco, of the Bahamas Out Islands, on February 14. The one-hour flights will be twice weekly and will depart from the Sheltair terminal at the Ft. Lauderdale-Hollywood airport. Later, on March 14, the airline will begin twice-weekly seaplane service from the Galaxy Aviation terminal at Palm Beach's airport to Hope Town. For more information regarding resorts in the Bahamas, visit www.caribbeanweddings.com.
British Airways said that, for the first time, it will offer non-stop flights to Punta Cana in the Dominican Republic, with twice-weekly service. Take advantage of this new service and book your accommodations now at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Punta Cana, the Westin Puntacana Resort & Club, or the Iberostar Grand Hotel Bavaro. With these choices to choose from, you cannot go wrong. Visit www.caribbeanweddings.com for information about all three, as well as about Punta Cana and the Dominican Republic.
BA also announced new service, out of London's Gatwick Airport, to Barbados twice a week. The flights will be from November 30, 2014 to February 28, 2015. For this period, that increases the number of BA flights to Barbados from10 to 12. Check out the unparalleled The Crane Resort in Barbados on www.caribbeanweddings.com before you book your flight. It is truly one of the most spectacular resorts in the Caribbean.
The Bahamas welcomed 6.2 million visitors in 2013, a 5 percent increase over visitor arrivals in 2012. It is the first time in the history of the country that the number of arrivals topped 6 million. To find out more about the Bahamas and its accommodations, visit www.caribbeanweddings.com.
CaribbeanWeddings.com was launched in 1999 and has become the largest portal on the Internet focusing exclusively on driving
wedding and honeymoon business to hotels in the Caribbean region, including Mexico and Florida's Caribbean. It is the #1 site used by brides and grooms to research where to get married or honeymoon in the Caribbean, where to stay, and what each destination has to offer. The site is 100% focused on the Caribbean and visitors to the site do not get lost in the bridal clutter. When they decide on their hotel, they just click on the chosen hotel's website link and book their event directly with the hotel. If they require assistance, they book through one of the site's qualified travel specialists. For more information, email Roberta@CaribbeanWeddings.com.
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