From Cancun to Jamaica, Adults-Only Resorts That Are Open Right Now

cancun jamaica adults-only resortsThe TRS Coral near Cancun.
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All-inclusive resorts remain a favorite of Caribbean travelers, and maybe even more so in the current age of travel: once you arrive safely at your resort you can just stay put, with all meals, entertainment and activities provided on-site — a self-contained experience that, right now is often better both for travelers and for local communities. And adults-only resorts offer that extra degree of privacy and seclusion.

Here are more than 20 adults-only all-inclusive resorts you can visit right now, from Cancun to Jamaica to Saint Lucia. (We’ve included reference to the appropriate entry requirements for each destination mentioned).

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Couples Tower Isle in Jamaica.

Jamaica (Travel requirements)

Couples Resorts: All four Couples resorts in Jamaica are currently welcoming guests, including those from the U.S. That includes Couples Tower Isle and Couples San Souci in Ocho Rios, and Couples Negril and Couples Swept Away in Negril.

Sandals Resorts: The Sandals chain of all-inclusive, adults-only resorts has opened three of its six properties in Jamaica: Sandals Montego Bay, Sandals Royal Caribbean (also in Montego Bay), and Sandals Negril. Sandals Ochi is currently scheduled to reopen on Sept. 1, while visitors will have to wait until at least Oct. 1 to visit Sandals South Coast and Oct. 8 to stay at Sandals Royal Plantation.

Sunset at the Palms: This boutique all-inclusive resort in Negril is ideal for social distancing with its standalone treehouse accommodations, expansive gardens for outdoor relaxation, and private beach club.

Hedonism II: The world’s most (in)famous clothing-optional resort is better than ever with newly renovated rooms and public areas, and while some might understandably balk at jumping into a hot tub with a bunch of naked strangers in the midst of a pandemic, “Hedo” is adhering to the social-distancing, mask, and other COVID-19 rules just like other Jamaican resorts.

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