“Although not traditionally recognized as a popular Caribbean destination, interest in Haiti is on the rise with new hotel and resort openings and developments expected in the near future. Furthermore, with 40 new hotel partnerships formed in 2014,” said Demetrius Canton, director of lodging partner services for the Caribbean at Expedia.
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