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Discovering a New All-Inclusive Overwater Bar in Jamaica

 By Tim CotroneoCJ Contributor Sandals revolutionized the region’s overwater experience when it debuted its overwater villas at the Sandals Royal Caribbean in Jamaica, the first-ever overwater bungalows in the English-speaking Caribbean. And now they’re at it again, with another kind …

Sandals Opens an Overwater Bar in Montego Bay

 By the Caribbean Journal staff Sandals has already taken the overwater bungalow concept into the Caribbean — and now it’s going further. The Caribbean resort brand has debuted a new overwater bar at its Sandals Montego Bay resort in Jamaica, the …

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The 10 Best Overwater Bungalow Resorts to Visit

 It’s one of the great fantasy vacations for every traveler — staying in an overwater bungalow. There’s just something about being surrounded by sea, by waking up and hearing nothing but the waves, seeing nothing but sparkling blue. And while …

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 By Alexander Britell There’s a new way to stay in an overwater bungalow in the Caribbean. The El Dorado Maroma resort is planning to debut new overwater bungalow suites at its Riviera Maya property in September. The new Palafitos over-the-water suites, …

 By Sarah Greaves-GabbadonCJ Travel Editor You wake up with just the sound of the waves, in touch with the elements. It’s your own aquatic paradise. But the overwater bungalow fantasy isn’t limited the Pacific — there are a handful of …

 By Sarah Greaves-GabbadonCJ Travel Editor Who hasn’t dreamt of a romantic idyll in an overwater suite? But if Bora Bora is beyond your budget, you’ll be thrilled to hear that Sandals Resort is bringing the dream within reach, announcing the …

 There are spa treatments and there are spa treatments. This is surely the latter — the overwater bungalows at the Fern Tree Spa at Jamaica’s Half Moon resort. They’re the perfect place for a breezy, oceanside massage — or simply beautiful …

zoetry aruba overwater bungalows

 By the Caribbean Journal staff There’s a new hotel coming to the Dutch Caribbean island of Aruba, and it will have something very rare in the Caribbean: overwater bungalows. The 126-suite Zoëtry Isla di Oro will be one of the …