March 26, 2013
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Sandals chief executive yesterday warned "not to hold on to" the February 1, 2021, re-opening date for its Bahamian resorts with this nation's COVID restrictions creating "confusion in the market".
Tourism operators yesterday admitted that the sector's proposed October 15 re-opening and value chain have been dealt a “tremendous blow” by major hotels deciding not to re-open.
The deputy prime minister yesterday admitted the delayed re-opening by top hotels has thrown "a major wrinkle" into the Government's plans with Sandals' flagship property not returning until January 28.
A BAHAMIAN limousine driver has accused a local luxury resort of operating a car service to high-end guests which deprives registered industry drivers of a large percentage of revenue.Kendal Culmer told The Tribune that limousine drivers are being “s
THE management of Sandals Royal Bahamian is urging members of the Bahamas Maintenance and Allied Workers Union to “act responsibly” after the union opted for a strike vote ahead of a meeting between the two parties.
SANDALS Royal Bahamian is averaging 78 per cent occupany levels, its general manager said yesterday, adding that despite being off 2012’s pace the resort had been able to hold its position due to the remodelled Balmoral Tower.
SANDALS Royal Bahamian celebrated its exceptional colleagues Tuesday night in a gala awards ceremony that saw winners praised for their service by resort executives.
BOOKING trends at SANDALS Royal Bahamian are down year-over-year for the next four months, its general manager revealed yesterday, citing this destination’s high cost when compared to Caribbean rival as a major factor in the decline.