Ten adult only resorts to choose from across the Caribbean. [Description from dmoz]
Wearing sandals here might actually be too casual. Sandals Resorts owns and operates a dozen couples-only resort hotels in the Caribbean. The all-inclusive resorts, located in Antigua, the Bahamas, Jamaica, and St. Lucia, offer such upscale amenities as gourmet dining, spa services, and activities including scuba diving and golf. Sandals also offers free wedding packages for guests planning their honeymoon at the resort. The company also owns four Beaches resorts (the Turks & Caicos islands near Miami, and Boscobel and Negril in Jamaica) that cater to families. Sandals is credited for being the first resort to use swim-up pool bars. The company was founded in 1981 by Jamaican businessman Gordon "Butch" Stewart. [Description from Hoover's]
This site reaches over 185K U.S. monthly people.The typical visitor uses cheapcaribbean.com and flies on Delta Airlines.
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