The Caribbean’s Newest Adults-Only Resort Is In St Croix

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The newest adults-only all-inclusive resort has officially opened its doors on the island of St Croix. 

The dramatically transformed and rebranded, 200-room Divi Carina Bay Beach Resort and Casino began welcoming back guests this week to its new iteration as an adults-only property. 

Set on the quiet east end of the island, it’s the only all-inclusive in St Croix, and one of just two adults-only properties on the island, joined by The Fred in Frederiksted. 

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Food and beverage concepts include the Waves Marketplace, Oceans Bar and Grill; Carina Cafe and Show Bar (set at the resort’s on-site casino), Tuscany Ristorante Italiano and Pureroc, an eatery serving proteins grilled on a sizzling lava rock. 

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The resort has also debuted its new Oceans brand, a 50-room resort-within-a-resort concept that offers elevated amenities in its own room wing. (There’s also an Oceans resort at Divi’s St Maarten hotel). 

It’s a significant launch for St Croix, which has been in the midst of a tourism renaissance since the storms of 2017. 

And it’s a major all-inclusive option for the wider US Virgin Islands, whose all-inclusive portfolio includes the all-inclusive program at the Bolongo Bay Beach Resort in St Thomas.

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The new East End Coffee.

That’s led to the debut of a new branding for the island: St Croix, a Vibe Like No Other. 

For more, visit the Divi Carina Bay

For more on how to visit the US Virgin Islands, visit the destination’s Traveler Screening Portal.

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