A New Adults-Only All-Inclusive in St Croix

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St Croix’s only all-inclsuive is making a comeback as a new kind of resort, Caribbean Journal has learned. 

The Divi Carina Bay all-inclusive resort is slated to reopen in October 2021, according to Divi Resorts. 

And when it does, it will be as an adults-only all-inclusive property, the only one of its kind in St Croix and the wider US Virgin Islands. 

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A rendering of the new-look property.

The 196-room property has been “completely redesigned” after suffering damage during Hurricane Maria back in 2017. 

The property will unveil a host of new food and beverage concepts, including everything from a brick-oven pizza eatery to a pan-Asian fusion spot. 

The property will retain its on-site casino, which will have its own restaurant and bar options. 

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One of the new restaurants.

Divi Carina Bay is set on the far eastern end of the island of St Croix. 

It’s been in a “soft opening” phase of late as construction and renovations continue toward the fall relaunch. 

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It’s relaunch another boost for tourism in the US Virgin Islands, which has been performing very strongly amid the pandemic, leading to surging occupancy numbers and a number of new flights from major carriers. 

That’s been buoyed by the destination’s best-in-class travel screening portal. You can find more about how to visit the US Virgin Islands here.

For more, visit Divi Carina Bay. 

— CJ


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