The previous 2 reviews are 'right on'---a great resort with clean rooms, awesome views, excellant food, reasonably priced drinks, CO areas, and snorkel trips to the nearby reef! A few ideas that might help you plan your trip there:
--If you want to save a few bucks, have the driver stop at a grocery store after they pick you up at the airport. He won't mind a bit. We bought beer, wine, cheeze, some extra sunscreen. We didn't buy enough beer and yes, it's cheaper at the store than at the resort.
--Take bug spray and use it. Products with Deet work best but harms the fish so if you're going to snorkel, etc, use something without Deet
--There is some discrepancy on a couple of things. First, soft drinks are included at the resort for the all inclusive option, so no need to buy soft drinks. In the rooms are large refrigerators and they don't mind you using them for your beer, wine, etc. also, --While they DO offer to take you out for snorkeling up to twice a day--9:30 and 2:30 while we were there--the trip to Pigeon Cay is NOT included. I think I'm right in saying that it costs $300 a boat load or $75 per person. Even if you have 6 people, I think it would have been $75 each to do it---still worth the money in my opinion even tho we didn't get to go. We didn't go because either the weather wasn't good enough or we had no one to split the cost of the $300.
--Especially if you go during the rainy season, take books to read. They have some books and a large selection of DVDs, but bring your own if you have some you especially want to read or watch. We spent THREE DAYS TOTALLY INSIDE DUE TO RAIN. No problem, but we expected this might happen and brought things to help pass the time. They do have sat. TV but only couple stations in English
--The Yoga pavillion is awesome as will be the beach bar/palapa on Bliss beach once finished. If you like excersize, it's a great place to do it and you can take foot atire to run the beach trails which I was smart enough to begin doing only the last day.
--If you want to try a clothing optional area, this is a good place as there are enough areas to be in that you can be by yourself at least during their low season. I know they fill up and can handle up to 50 people or so, so if privacy is an issue, check with them. While we were there, we had no more than 6 other people staying at the resort. The owners are quite happy to assist you in whatever way to make your stay enjoyable. Great place to vacation!
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