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The grand opening of the 315-room Excellence Oyster Bay took place mid-October as robust investments in the local hotel sector continue. The hotel represents a US$110 million investment.
Ground was broken recently for a $26 million upgrade of Salem Beach, St. Ann, by the Tourism Enhancement Fund (TEF) under its National Beach Development Programme.
Some 300 persons recently graduated from the Jamaica Centre of Tourism Innovation (JCTI) with certification in various tourism related fields. The ceremony took place at Montego Bay Convention Centre.
Prime Minister Andrew Holness (2nd R), his wife Juliet (3rd L), and Tourism Minister Edmund Bartlett (2nd L) join 2018 National Award recipients for a photograph. The occasion was a post-awards luncheon at the Jamaica Pegasus Hotel, New Kingston.
Minister of Tourism, Hon Edmund Bartlett has started plans to create a Tourism Innovation City in Montego Bay. He made the announcement at MoBay Invest 2018 held at the SeaGarden Beach Resort recently.

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KINGSTON, Jamaica; October 17, 2018:  Tourism Minister, Hon Edmund Bartlett joined other officials in St. Ann today, for a ground-breaking ceremony at...

MONTEGO BAY, Jamaica; October 18, 2018: The Jamaica Centre for Tourism Innovation (JCTI), the training arm of the Ministry of Tourism, is on target to...

MONTEGO BAY, Jamaica; October 19, 2018: Prime Minister, the Most Honourable, Andrew Holness has signalled that Jamaica’s Tourism is ripe for more...



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