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The Caribbean's Best Affordable All-Inclusive Resort

By Sarah Greaves-Gabbadon CJ Travel Editor Sun, sea, sand. It’s the tropical trifecta every Caribbean visitor craves. But as travelers’ tastes have become more discerning and resorts have raised the bar to meet them, the simple pleasures of an affordable […]


A New All-Inclusive Is Coming to Nassau

By Dana Niland CJ Contributor Warwick Paradise Island Bahamas, a $28 million investment project by Warwick International Hotels, is set to welcome guests this summer. The 12-floor, 244-room Bahamas all inclusive has been designed to provide adult guests with a “modern, […]


How to Stay All-Inclusive at This Megaresort Right Now

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It’s not really a hotel, is it? The Atlantis, Paradise Island resort has long been more than a resort – it’s a destination in its own right. And that’s what the hotel’s executives themselves will tell you — for a […]


The Best Adults-Only Hotels in the Caribbean

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They aren’t easy to find — EP hotels in the Caribbean that are exclusively for adults. Sure, there are many hotels that don’t exactly encourage you to bring your children. But it’s hard to find an EP hotel in the Caribbean […]


AMResorts Opens New All-Inclusive in Puerto Plata

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AMResorts has opened its newest all-inclusive resort in the Dominican Republic. The property has unveiled the first-ever Sunscape resort in the country, called the Sunscape Puerto Plata Dominican Republic. The 585-room, family-friendly property is located on the north coast of […]

In Punta Cana, Discovering the Club Med Difference

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Discovering Club Med in Punta Cana By Sarah Greaves-Gabbadon CJ Travel Editor If you’ve vacationed in the Caribbean in the last few decades – particularly if you visited Jamaica or the Dominican Republic – it’s likely that you stayed in […]

The Caribbean’s Boldest New Restaurant Is at an All-Inclusive

It’s a bold, daring new restaurant — and it’s in a Caribbean all-inclusive resort. It’s called Frida Kahlo by Alquimia, and it’s the newest restaurant at the Playacar Palace resort in Playa del Carmen. The restaurant is the first of […]


The 10 Best All-Inclusive Resorts in St Lucia

Got your sights set on St Lucia? We don’t blame you. It’s been said that St Lucia is the “Helen of the West Indies,” and it’s hard to argue: St Lucia’s lush landscape, from its famous Pitons to its lush […]

How to Travel to Antigua Right Now, For Less

Antigua and Barbuda — home to 365 beaches and some of the region’s most beautiful all-inclusive resorts. And while Valentine’s Day has come and gone, a romantic winter getaway in Antigua is still easy — and affordable. That’s where the […]

The Rock Cliff Is Coming to Jamaica

A different kind of all-inclusive? By Sarah Greaves-Gabbadon CJ Travel Editor This fall Jamaica will welcome yet another all-inclusive resort. But this one claims to be different. Aimed at digital nomads, “workcationers,” and other travelers who must stay connected even […]


The Best Barbados All-Inclusive Resorts

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In comparison to destinations such as Jamaica and the Dominican Republic, Barbados doesn’t have that many all-inclusive resorts – which makes picking the right one even more crucial. So before you check in, check out our guide to the best all-inclusive […]

Warwick Coming to Paradise Island

A major new property in Nassau By Alexander Britell A new Bahamas all-inclusive resort is coming to Paradise Island. The new Warwick Paradise Island will be the first adults-only all-inclusive on Paradise Island, and is slated to open in June. […]

Divi Aruba Unveils Newest Rooms

The Divi Aruba all-inclusive resort has unveiled its latest changes. The property has opened a new Mexican restaurant, Pure Lime, along with a new pool-view building. “We are extremely excited to offer these new additions to our guests,” said Alex […]


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