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CHTA strives to provide exceptional value to its members who in turn will generate business and advance a sustainable and profitable hospitality and tourism industry throughout the region. Knowledge, timely and relevant information, is key towards developing that value and growth. Therefore CHTA has gathered all of its valuable resources for your easy access.

  • Webinars: here you will find recording of webinars CHTA has created on a variety of subjects relevant to the hospitality and tourism industry in the Caribbean. Some webinars are open to the general public, others are exclusive CHTA Member content.
  • Publications: here you will find guides, manuals, studies, position papers and general publications on a variety of subjects created by CHTA that are relevant to the hospitality and tourism industry in the Caribbean. Some of the publications are open to the general public, others are exclusive CHTA Member content.
  • Data Center: Here you will find accurate and timely statistics on Caribbean tourism. The reports are posted exactly as they are received and CHTA has no opinion of their validity or methodology; interpretation thereof is the responsibility of the user. This is exclusive CHTA Member Content.
  • Zika Resource Center: As part of our continuing effort to keep members informed on matters related to the Zika virus, CHTA has created this Zika Resource Center where we will consolidate information and links to resources in support of essential efforts to mitigate the spread of the virus.
  • Energy Benchmarking Tool: a web-based benchmarking tool, developed under the USAID Caribbean Clean Energy Program (USAID CARCEP), is designed to help you understand and adopt energy efficiency measures to reduce your hotel’s electricity consumption and lower operation costs. Available exclusively to CHTA Members.