News Americas, MIAMI, FL, Fri. Jan. 12, 2018: Traveling alone can be a very tough experience but here are five Caribbean all-inclusives where singles – alone or as a group – can relax, enjoy and mingle. According to Jetsetter magazine, they are:
1: CHIC by Royalton Resorts
This Punta Cana, Dominican Republic-based all-inclusive is for adults only and gives a chance to mingle to just relax either at the seven restaurants on site, two swim-up pool bars or just chilling by the pool, whether in a cabana for the day or just hanging out pool side.
This Nassau Beach, Bahamas all-inclusive has 732 rooms and suites all with private balconies or patios that look towards the ocean for that private meditational zen moment or you can get ready to mix and mingle at the busy main pool with a swim up bar, two less crowded satellite pools or on the stretch of powdery white beach with great surfing action.
Looking to recharge and treat yourself to an indulgent week? Then BodyHoliday in St. Lucia is just the place. This all-inclusive facesSt. Lucia’s crescent-shaped Cariblue Beach and has endless diversions to keep you busy, including tai chi, sailing and spinning. You also have three pools – including a hilltop infinity number to choose from and direct access to the beach. Meals are organic and locally sourced and you can pamper yourself with spa treatments including the ayurvedic massage in one of the wellness center’s 33 treatment rooms or enjoy an afternoon nap in one of the hammocks strung between palm trees.
4: Hard Rock Hotel & Casino
This Punta Cana, Dominican Republic all-inclusive will leave you hardly noticing you’re on your own. The Hard Rock Hotel & Casino includes 23 bars and nine restaurants service in this 1,775 room resort as well as the Rock Spa, an 18-hole Jack Nicklaus-designed golf course and the Vegas-style casino. Or just grab a chair by one of the 13 pools or follow up dinner and a night at the bi-level ORO Nightclub.
This Montego Bay Resort & Spa in Jamaica is brand-new and is an adults-only paradise for those hoping to socialize in serious style. Everything here is designed to bring guests together, from the hotel beach club featuring palapas, a beach bar, and fire pits to its seven restaurants and lounges and Jamaica’s only rooftop pool and bar. There are even themed parties and body painting available.