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SLHTA Newsletter – Tourism Matters (22nd June 2019)

Soufriere Comprehensive Secondary retains the SLHTA Chefs in Schools Championship title for yet another year.
The Saint Lucia Hotel and Tourism Association Inc would like to congratulate the Soufriere Comprehensive Secondary School on winning the Chefs in Schools Cook Off 2019.(Click Here)

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SLHTA Newsletter – Tourism Matters (2nd June 2019)

On Friday May 24 2019, Mrs Karolin Troubetzkoy in the company of business associates, St.Lucia Government officials and dear friends, our German Ambassador to the region, His Excellency Holger Michael, was presented with the Order of Merit of the Federal Republic of Germany.(Click Here)

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SLHTA Newsletter – Tourism Matter (29th May 2019)

Safety in tourism is key to a successful destination. Destinations like Saint Lucia in the Caribbean know this and stakeholders reached out eTN affiliate safertourism.com to conduct an initial audit on the safety and security situation of the countries travel and tourism industry. Safertourism.com is a joint partnership between the eTN Corporation and Tourism and More under the leadership […]

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SLHTA Newsletter – Tourism Matters (23rd May 2019)

“This is American Airlines’ continued belief in Saint Lucia and its product. The flight is without minimum revenue guarantee as we have proven that with the refocused marketing of the Saint Lucia Tourism Authority we can build confidence to invest in sustainable getaways.” Said Tourism Minister, Honourable Dominic Fedee.”(Click Here)

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SLHTA Newsletter – Tourism Matters (30th April 2019)

As the world celebrated Earth Day, Caribbean Journal awarded Eroline Lamontagne of the Fond Doux Plantation & Resort as the Green Hotelier of the year.  Every day is Earth Day at the Fond Doux Plantation & Resort. As a strong supporter of the Paris agreement, the plantation resort is doing all in its power […]

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SLHTA Newsletter – Tourism Matters (23rd July 2019)

Prime Minister and Minister of Finance, Honorable Allen Chastanet, Minister of Tourism, Hon. Dominic Fedee along with President of the Saint Lucia Hotel and Tourism Association (SLHTA), Ms. Karolin Troubetzkoy and SLHTA Chief Executive Officer, Mr. Noorani Azeez met with Tourism Safety and Security Expert, Dr. Peter Tarlow, this week. (Click Here)

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SLHTA Newsletter – Tourism Matters (4th June 2019)

On Wednesday May 29th 2019, a group of 5 Chefs including Chef Sylvester Alexander from Marigot Bay Resort & Marina, Chef Peter Lawrence from Bay Gardens Beach Resort & Spa, Chef Francis George from The Landings St Lucia Resort & Spa by Elegant Hotels, Chester Hippolyte of St James Club Morgan Bay St Lucia […]

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SLHTA Newsletter – Tourism Matters (13th May 2019)

On Thursday 9th May the SLHTA met with representatives of the Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries, Physical Planning, Natural Resources and Co-Operatives and the Republic of China (Taiwan).  Marketing Specialist at the Ministry Mr. Thaddeus Constantin took the opportunity to share with the SLHTA the development of a new web based Marketing Information System (MIS) […]

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SLHTA Newsletter – Tourism Matters (6th May 2019)

With only 6 weeks to go, the much anticipated SLHTA Chefs in Schools Cook Off sponsored by Winfresh Limited will be one of the most exciting events of the Association. The competition will be held at the grounds of the Soufriere Comprehensive Secondary School on June 13th and 14th 2019 from 9am.

The each has […]

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SLHTA Newsletter – Tourism Matters (21st April 2019)

Easter Monday, April 22, is also Earth Day this year. Established in 1970, Earth Day now is an annual global event, a day that creates awareness and highlights the unprecedented global destruction and rapid reduction of plant and wildlife populations which are directly linked to causes driven by human activity: climate change, deforestation, habitat […]

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