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From Puerto Rico to Panama, 5 New Caribbean Adults-Only Hotels

By: Caribbean Journal Staff - October 26, 2022
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Whether you are just traveling alone with your significant other or you’ve managed to get a break from the wonderful, grueling work that is parenting, you won’t have trouble finding great adults-only resorts in the Caribbean. They’re the places that serve as welcome oases, either wonderfully quiet or blissfully energetic, depending on the kind of experience you’re searching for. 

But while the region is filled with large adults-only resorts of the all-inclusive variety, it’s a bit more difficult to find one that’s boutique, where the adults-only experience is served up in a more intimate, small-batch style. 

But they’re out there, and in a nod to the growing demand for adults-only properties, many of the newest adults-only hotels in the Caribbean are precisely that.  

In fact, it’s one of the hottest trends in the Caribbean: the boutique adults-only hotel. 

Here are our favorite new boutique adults-only hotels in the Caribbean, from villa-style inns in the British Virgin Islands to a full-fledged overwater resort. They’re all new, they’re all unique and they’re all the perfect choice for your next adults-only getaway.

Nayara Bocas Bali, Panama Nayara has found fame for its eco-luxe portfolio in Costa Rica, and now it’s officially expanded to the Caribbean, with a full-fledged overwater resort in the heart of Panama’s Bocas del Toro archipelago. It’s a stunner, with 16 overwater units, a pair of restaurants and what it bills as the world’s first “overwater beach,” an elevated platform set on stilts and filed with white sand. 

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