Granted there are so many all inclusive resorts in the Caribbean to choose from but Couples Resorts in Jamaica have always been client favorites. These are five reasons why I think couples should consider Couples Resorts when planning their honeymoon, destination wedding, anniversary or other other romantic travel plans to the Caribbean.
- Boutique Experiences – with only four unique resorts to choose from, checking into a Couples Resort is like coming home – with friends and family waiting to greet you – unlike some other resort chains where the rooms look like a room at their hotel properties back home, each of the resorts offer a unique Jamaican experience through locally hand crafted furniture, the friendly staff are all Jamaican and dining offers farm to table experiences.
2. Four Unique Resorts – each resort has a unique personality and style – a brief introduction to the four resorts :
Couples Tower Isle– where island chic and elegance meet -Ocho Rios- 218 Rooms & suites, off shore island – four swimming pools and four jacuzzis, six restaurants and five bars, spa for relaxation and wellness
Couples Sans Souci ” the Jewel of Jamaica” -Ocho Rios- intimate resort perched on the cliffs , secluded gardens – straight from a story book , two private beaches, a thermal mineral grotto, amazing ocean views -Only 150 rooms and suites, five restaurants and seven bars, four swimming pools and three jacuzzis, spa and wellness
Couples Negril – beachfront in Negril – for those clients seeking a little more adventure, salsa lessons, tennis tournaments, morning nature walks – this resort has 234 rooms and suites, spa services offered in an intimate tree house or beneath a thatched hut, five restaurants and five bars, two swimming pools and four jacuzzis
Couples Swept Away -beachfront in Negril -largest of the four resorts, perfect for sports enthusiasts with the most comprehensive fitness complex in Jamaica, 312 bungalow style rooms and suites featuring dark wood offset by white walls, six restaurants and eights bars including a veggie bar, three swimming pools and five jacuzzis, spa and wellness
3.Couples Only Focus – some resorts are all adult / all inclusive – but at Couples Resorts the focus is on two people in love, allowing the couple to focus on what brought them together as a couple and soak up the romance of the island of Jamaica.
4.Unmatched excursions and activities included in your package (vary by resort and location) off property excursions include shopping shuttles, catamaran cruises,trips to Margaritaville, Dunn’s River Falls and Rick’s Cafe (popular sunset bar in Negril), Tennis Courts, golf includes greens fees & transfers, PADI certified scuba diving, glass bottom boat rides, snorkeling and so many more than I can possibly list.
5. Romantic Destination Wedding or Vow-Renewals – Couples Resorts has a dedicated Romance Concierge to customize each couples special request offering a wide range of unique services and packages, plus for repeat guest to Couples Resorts they also offer a Romance Rewards program. Destination Weddings can be for just two or a custom elaborate affair for friends and family-locations include the beach, cliff-side gazebo, gardens or even a private island wedding location. I work closing with the wedding team to ensure that my clients wedding is just as they envisioned down to the last detail, for the bride and groom once the I DOs are said, the honeymoon begins.
Let’s get stared planning your visit to Couples Resorts – contact Linda Dancer Couples Resorts Preferred Agent and Jamaica Destination Specialist
Email Linda@honeymoonsinc.com Direct Line 931-337-0770 or Toll Free 1-888-811-1888 ext 331
** photo credits Linda Dancer and by permission from Couples Resorts
**Your stay at one of the Couples Resorts also benefits the Issa Trust Foundation enriching lives in Jamaica by partnering with local organizations they help parents provide safe, nurturing and permanent homes, support drug education and prevention, school and job counseling, social responsibility and make a lasting positive impact on Jamaica’s youth.