Modern, island-inspired rooms feature balconies or patios, and water or garden views.But hefty add-on fees and long service waits are drawbacks, as is the fact that all-inclusive pricing does not extend to all amenities.Seemingly a world away from neighboring mega-resort Atlantis, this five-and-a-half acre, mid-range oasis has a range of accommodations from single-occupancy tents to Beachfront Suites (most rooms have shared bathrooms, though).
On-site dining and drinking options include a dozen restaurants, cafes, and bars.
A state-of the-art spa and fitness center, a huge (albeit unheated) serpentine pool with a swim-up bar and daily DJ sessions, a golf course, and tennis courts are among the many amenities.
All-inclusives almost always fall into one of two buckets: they’re family-friendly resorts that are part hotel, part theme park (think kid-crazed lazy rivers, splash pools, and arcades) or romantic destinations for honeymoons and anniversaries.
But who says only families and couples can enjoy swim-up bars, beautiful beaches, stunning pools, and unlimited food and drink options?
Every October, the resort hosts Singles Week, a seven-day affair where the entertainment staff leads connection-building group activities such as yoga, trivia, kayak races, beach sports, dance-offs, and theme parties, like 80s night, karaoke, and white-attire soirees.
The 519-room Grand Lucayan is a sprawling, beachfront resort that's a 15-minute drive from the airport.
[Read More Mob]Aboard our comfortable smaller-sized, less crowded and classically-designed cruise ships, you can enjoy the personal, attentive service, friendly, home-from-home atmosphere, delicious food and fantastic entertainment Fred.
Olsen is renowned for as you sail to stunning ports of the call in the company of like-minded adult guests – the perfect way to relax and forget about it all.
All rooms face the Atlantic Ocean and have balconies and mini-fridges, but free Wi-Fi is only available in the lobby.