Adults-Only All-Inclusive Set to Debut in St Croix
St Croix’s first-ever adults-only all-inclusive is set to debut on Feb. 1.
The relaunched Divi Carina Bay Resort and Casino will offer a range of activities and amenities “curated specifically for adults 18+,” the property said in a statement.
It will be the only all-inclusive resort in St Croix, and one of just a handful all-inclusive vacation options around the US Virgin Islands, most notably that of the Bolongo Bay Beach Resort in St Thomas.
The oceanfront resort will feature newly renovated rooms and suites, along with pickleball, tennis, a fitness center and two pools, a soon-to-launch mini-golf course and a casino.
That’s along with multiple food and beverage concepts, including The Wave, a buffet-style marketplace; the casual Oceans Bar and Grill; the Latitude Bar and the Carina Cafe and Bar.
Notably, Feb. 1 will also see the debut of Divi’s new brand, Oceans, which will include an exclusive 50-room hotel-within-a-hotel at the Divi Carina Bay.
Set on the west wing of the property, Oceans will also be an adults-only, all-inclusive, with elevated room amenities and “special touches to make sure every Oceans guest feels pampered from the moment they arrive.” (Divi is also debuting an Oceans resort at its Little Bay property in St Maarten).
It’s a significant addition to the island of St Croix, which has been steadily rising in popularity, particularly since the onset of the pandemic — just like all-inclusive which continues to be one of the most popular concepts in the travel industry and in the Caribbean.
For more, visit Divi Carina Bay.