by Cheryl-Anne Sturkin | December 06, 2018

The Caribbean hotel industry suffered major losses in September 2017, when back-to-back hurricanes Irma and Maria wreaked havoc across the region, forcing the closure of many hotels. While some properties remain closed today, a palpable bounce back is in full throttle, with the Barbados-based Caribbean Tourism Organization predicting a 4.3 percent increase in tourism in 2019 over 2018 numbers.

From Antigua to St. Maarten, repaired and revamped hotels are coming back online, while new properties are being built, all helping the Caribbean to swing back into business-as-usual mode. The following update offers reasons why these destinations are once again becoming a major draw for meetings and incentive groups.

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