Royal Caribbean unveils new CocoCay adults-only retreat

Royal Caribbean unveils new CocoCay adults-only retreat

Monday, 18 Sep, 2023 0

Royal Caribbean has teased a first look at its new adults-only expansion at Bahamas private island Perfect Day at CocoCay.

It is set to open in set to open in January 2024.

Called Hideaway Beach, it will contain two pools, drinks and casual dining, cabanas, live music and a private stretch of beach.

“Hideaway Beach is a completely new vibe and experience designed for adults who want a day just for them,” said CEO Michael Bayley.


It is situated on the northwest beach of the Bahamas private island and will have an entry charge.

There will be a total of 20 cabanas and seven open-air bars and food spots.

Entertainment and activities options consist of beach games and poolside DJ sets.

The Hideout VIP area offers exclusive use of one of the pools and cabana attendant service.

From 2024, up to 22 ships will call at the Bahamas private island on sailings from up to nine ports.

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Learn more about :   Royal Caribbean International ( N. America )  


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