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GeauxTigers777
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Upscale all inclusive Caribbean destination
We are looking for something a bit nicer than sandals or similar all inclusive resorts. We have been to Jamaica and Punta Cana before. Looking for something we can just chill at the resort with maybe an excursion or too. Main purpose of this trip would be relaxation.


jkylejohnson
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re: Upscale all inclusive Caribbean destination
If you end up wanting to go back to Jamaica I strongly suggest Sunset at the palms in negril.


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Fusaichi Pegasus
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re: Upscale all inclusive Caribbean destination
T&C


VABuckeye
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re: Upscale all inclusive Caribbean destination
Palm Island Resort, St. Vincent and the Grenadines

Peter Island, BVI


SpringBokCock
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re: Upscale all inclusive Caribbean destination
Big Ambergris Cay fits the bill, although very pricy. For a more reasonable alternative, Try one of their other properties in the Turks and Caicos collection.


Panny Crickets
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re: Upscale all inclusive Caribbean destination
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Upscale all inclusive Caribbean destination


What VABuckeye said and I’ll add Jumby Bay.


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TheNolaClap
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re: Upscale all inclusive Caribbean destination
Cocoplum island in Belize. Not fancy like large resorts can be but adults only, very small, and as relaxing as they come.
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HoustonGumbeauxGuy
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re: Upscale all inclusive Caribbean destination
Ambergris Caye is blowing up. It’s an awesome place to eat, fish, drink and chill. Sam Pedro is not the quiet town it was a few years ago.



nwalser
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re: Upscale all inclusive Caribbean destination
Go to cheapcaribbean.com. Check out guanacaste cost rica resorts, especially Riu Guanacaste resort. There are people on then beach that will set up all your excursions also.


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pressurized
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re: Upscale all inclusive Caribbean destination
Coco's in Antigua


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GeauxTigers777
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re: Upscale all inclusive Caribbean destination
Is Ambergris Cay really worth $3500 a night? We have been to French Polynesia, and this is 3x cost for that.


baldona
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re: Upscale all inclusive Caribbean destination
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Is Ambergris Cay really worth $3500 a night? We have been to French Polynesia, and this is 3x cost for that.


Just busting your balls here but you came in asking for upscale in your OP and now complain about price?


HoustonGumbeauxGuy
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re: Upscale all inclusive Caribbean destination
Ambergris Caye was once a sleepy island and the main town there, San Pedro, was super chill and everything closed at 8:00 PM, including the bars. Now it is full of big hotels, tons of tourists, and has lost everything that was charming about it. Don’t get me wrong, it is still a fun place to go, but I’m a small-town kid and like small islands, unfortunately ambergris caye is no longer that.


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Springlake Tiger
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re: Upscale all inclusive Caribbean destination
I love Palm Island but wouldn’t consider it upscale.


Springlake Tiger
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re: Upscale all inclusive Caribbean destination
Petit St. Vincent , the whole island is a resort

Little Dix Bay on Virgin Gorda

Jumby Bay in Antigua

Cap Juluca in Anguilla


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LouisianaLady
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re: Upscale all inclusive Caribbean destination
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Peter Island, BVI



Wow. I don't think anyone could watch the promo video on their website and not want to book immediately.

Sadly, it is closed still.

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Jumby Bay in Antigua


$25k for a week in the cheapest suite. Wow. I mean it looks worth every penny, but wow.
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Piece
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re: Upscale all inclusive Caribbean destination
I'll second Coco Plum Cay in Belize. We just did a split stay between there and Belizean Dreams in Oct. 2020 and it was great. It included 4 excursions. We did the land ones on the beach property and the snorkel ones on the island property. Both were pretty empty when we went, but there's only 24 rooms on the beach property and 16 cabanas on the island property so I can't imagine it ever gets too crowded.

I may do a review one day when I figure out how to post pictures.


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Panny Crickets
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re: Upscale all inclusive Caribbean destination
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Jumby Bay in Antigua $25k for a week in the cheapest suite. Wow. I mean it looks worth every penny, but wow


Yep. Their prices have gone way up post COVID.

Take another couple and rent a private home on property cheaper than a suite.


baldona
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re: Upscale all inclusive Caribbean destination
There’s still not a lot open so anything that is open is in high demand.


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VABuckeye
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re: Upscale all inclusive Caribbean destination
Peter Island was amazing. It's a shame that it got wrecked by Irma just after they'd undergone full renovations.


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