Caribbean tourism recovering post-hurricanes

Caribbean tourism recovering post-hurricanes

Damage and debris from Hurricane Maria remains on a beach in Yabucoa, Puerto Rico, on Feb. 1, 2018.
(Washington Blade photo by Michael K. Lavers)

San Juan, Puerto Rico is back open for business. Despite the devastation wrought by the 2017 hurricane season, the popular ocean-side restaurants, bars, and clubs of San Juan are throwing their doors wide as the cruise ships and sun-worshipers return in 2018. For small island nations like Puerto Rico, the recovery of tourism is crucial to the recovery of their economies. Marriott International recognizes this, and has been conducting extensive community outreach. Join us in April 24th-26th at the San Juan Marriott Resort as we discuss how investments in Puerto Rico could not only help speed the nation’s recovery, but also prove to be prudent financial decisions.

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