Providenciales, Turks & Caicos (September 21st, 2022) – Directors of the Turks & Caicos Hotel and Tourism Association announce that clean-up is underway, and their members are open for business after the passing of Hurricane Fiona.
“As we await reports from the sister islands, we can confidently share that members in Providenciales fared very well and have suffered little to no damage as a result of Hurricane Fiona,” shared TCHTA CEO, Stacy Cox.
Early morning situation reports revealed that Seven Stars, Grace Bay Club, Rock House, Point Grace, West Bay Club, The Palms, The Shore Club, Royal West Indies, Bianca Sands, Ports of Call, and Beaches Resort are all up and running with clean-up of properties ongoing. Most resort’s outlets are open, and others will be fully operational by end of day.Read More
Westminster, London (March 14th, 2022) – The TCHTA took to London to represent its members at the Unite Caribbean event this March. Unite Caribbean is an annual event produced by the Unite Marketing & Promotions Group, a 35-year old marketing group based in the United Kingdom. The event is marketed as a “one-stop-shop” styled event…Read More
An appeal for community assistance was made by the TCI Hospitals Community Advisory Committee (CAC), and members of the Turks & Caicos Hotel and Tourism Association enthusiastically pledged their support. On Monday, November 8th 2021, an official commissioning ceremony was held at InterHealth Canada to commemorate the donation of twenty-seven 43” Smart TVs. These television…Read More