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The Caribbean is a destination where you would expect to see the world's biggest names in luxury hotels, yet there have been a few absences for a while – including Mandarin Oriental, which has now announced it will take over the management of Canouan, a beautiful island in St Vincent and the Grenadines and home to the former Pink Sands hotel. Meanwhile in the Maldives, it's a similar story; still no Ritz-Carlton (or Mandarin, yet), but soon there will be a Raffles, with a changeover on Dhevanafushi, previously a Jumeirah resort. It all certainly keeps things interesting in the world of luxury travel.

April Hutchinson
editor, ttgluxury

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