Ins & Outs of Barbados 2023

10 At a Glance Barbados Buzz The Cliff Restaurant When The Cliff originally opened in 1995 it earned recognition as the premier fine dining establishment in Barbados. Today, following an extensive upgrade to a more contemporary elegance, the new ownership and management are targeting a ‘Best in World’ rating. Michelin Star Chef Matt Worswick and his team offer a full A La Carte or sushi menu, complemented by over 1,500 varieties of fine wines. Barbados Rum GI Application Over the course of four centuries, generations of Barbadian rum makers have perfected their craft, creating a highly esteemed brand of rum that is internationally renowned for its premium quality. Determined to protect the integrity of that brand, a group of Barbadian distilleries have joined forces to apply for a Geographical Indication (GI) for Barbados Rum. If successful, the GI will stipulate that in order to be classified as a Certified Barbados Rum, the product must be ‘distilled, matured Sciences with its cutting-edge George Alleyne Chronic Disease Research Centre, UWI’s first Law Faculty, the Cave Hill School of Business and Management, and the new Faculty of Culture, Creative and Performing Arts. Accommodating students from across the Caribbean and many other countries, the Barbados campus is actively engaged in major global outreach, research and scholarly programmes. New Hotel Projects The brand new large cliff top resort next to Sam Lord’s Castle is a historically significant site that has been transformed into a 420 room resort to be managed by Wyndham Grand Resort. Operating with both timeshare units and standard rooms with a conference facility that seats 700. IHG has begun contruction on a Hotel Indigo resort on the south coast in Hastings, on the site of the demolished Caribbee Hotel. Located on the Richard Haynes Boardwalk, all rooms will have a wonderful seaview. and bottled in Barbados, free of adulteration. As such, no product could legally call itself Barbados Rum without displaying the Barbados GI marque. University of the West Indies The University of the West Indies (UWI) is one of the Caribbean’s greatest success stories. Unique in having five campuses across the English-speaking Caribbean, with another five satellite sites, UWI today serves 17 countries throughout the region. The first campus was established at Mona in Jamaica in 1948, followed by St. Augustine, Trinidad and Tobago (1960) and Cave Hill Barbados (1963). Ranking #1 in the Caribbean and in the top 4% worldwide, UWI has partnerships with several major international universities. The Cave Hill Campus in Barbados has six faculties: Arts and Humanities, Science, Law, Social Sciences, Medical Sciences and Culture. Cave Hill stands out for its excellent Faculty of Medical Ins & Outs of Barbados • 2022 - 2023 The Cliff