Be it for the sun, the nature or just the tropical ambiance many wonder what is the best Caribbean island to visit. The CaribJournal Magazine recently announced its 7th annual edition of the Caribbean Travel Awards- a formal recognition of the most outstanding islands comprising of 20 categories:
- Destination Of The Year
- Caribbean Hotel Of The Year
- Small Hotel Of The Year
- New Hotel Of The Year
- Caribbean Tourism Minister Of The Year
- Caribbean Tourism Director Of The Year
- Caribbean All-Inclusive Of The Year
- New All-Inclusive Of The Year
- Small All-Inclusive Of The Year
- Caribbean Hotelier Of The Year
- Innovative Destination Of The Year
- Luxury Destination Of The Year
- Yachting Destination Of The Year
- Caribbean Restaurant Of The Year
- Caribbean Culinary Destination
- Caribbean Chef of The Year
- Caribbean Airport Of The Year
- Caribbean Airline Of the Year
- Caribbean Bar Of The Year
- Caribbean Villa Company Of The Year
Among the shining stars, the twin island state of Antigua and Barbuda secured a stunning three Awards in three different categories: Caribbean Tourism Minister of the Year, Caribbean All-Inclusive Of The Year and Small All-Inclusive Of The Year.
Caribbean Tourism Minister of the Year- Mr. Charles Fernandez
The Caribbean Tourism Minister Award is awarded to the most outstanding tourism minister in the region, who has shown commendable performance in the directing and managing of his/her country’s tourism sector.
The year 2020 was filled with uncertainties, but the island of Antigua enthusiastically invited travelers to enjoy the sun, sea, and sand with Mr. Charles Fernandez firmly and proudly leading the tourism sector. Using stringent safety protocols and a variety of measures to better manage the traffic of tourists into the country, Mr. Fernandez calmly steered the country along the path to being one of the top Caribbean destinations, with a strong emphasis on the booming hotel industry.
Caribbean All-inclusive of the Year-Curtain Bluff, Antigua
The Caribbean All-inclusive Award is awarded to the most outstanding All-Inclusive resort or hotel in the region. The award went to Antigua this year, where the Curtain Bluff hotel offers a mix of luxury, privacy, and excitement. This elegant hotel offers a one-of-a-kind luxurious Caribbean experience. Hidden in the lush south coast of the island, the hotel overlooks the brilliant blue Caribbean Sea and like many Antiguan hotels extends breathtaking sunset views. But what makes Curtain Bluff number one is its unparalleled attention to hospitality, courtesy, and luxury. Together with its unique design and architecture, Curtain Bluff holds the place for the best All-inclusive hotel in the entire Caribbean region.
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Small All-inclusive of the year- Hammock Cove Antigua
Some vacationers prefer to spend their time at more secluded and private hotels, away from the crowds. Small all-inclusive hotels in the Caribbean offer a more private touch to all-inclusive accommodation. It’s not surprising that this newly opened small hotel has found itself being the best small all-inclusive hotel in the Caribbean this year. Tucked away on the northeastern coast of the island this chic elegant hotel is quite the holiday destination.
For starters, it is just a stone’s throw from the island’s most intriguing attraction: Devils Bridge- a unique limestone rock formation where you can admire the incredible panoramic views and soaring geysers. The modernly designed hotel extends personalized services and tropical luxury at its best. A neat and picturesque private beach, plunge pools, and all the amenities to help you feel right at home are just some of the things that make Hammock Cove the perfect intimate holiday hotel.
A little about Antigua and Barbuda
Situated in the lesser Antilles islands, the sovereign state consists of Antigua, it’s sister island Barbuda and about 9 smaller offshore islands. With rich culture, some of the best Caribbean island beaches and breathtaking scenery, this small and magnificent country attracts hundreds of guests each year.
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