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Won First place in the Traveler's Choice awards as the best resort in the Caribbean, receiving the highest rating from TripAdvisor travelers.

Exceptional Value!
Honeymoon: Bottle of rum or domestic sparkling wine, fruit basket in the room upon arrival, and room upgrade (based on availability).

Located on its own tropical island, just 10 minutes from the mainland, this exclusive adults-only (18+) resort offers a wide range of services, high quality restaurants, and offers a truly luxurious atmosphere. Cayo Levantado is one of the most beautiful islands in the world. It is the ideal place to enjoy luxury, nature, and comfort.

Expertise, professionalism, and quality are superior in the resort's restaurants and bars. The chefs cook amazing dishes that are sure to please the most discerning traveler. In the Orqudea buffet, the chefs partake in show cooking. Enjoy access to unlimited dining at three a la carte restaurants, which boast scrumptious Italian, Mediterranean, and International dishes. Room service is available 24-hours a day, perfect for a snack at any time. Guests also have complimentary, 24-hour wireless internet access throughout the resort (up to 2 devices).

The impressive spa is located in the center of Cayo Levantado island, in soothing natural surroundings. All treatments and services are designed to soothe, pamper, and relax your body. The facilities are designed in traditional Caribbean style, like the Palapa on the beach, where you can soak up the natural surroundings while getting a pampering massage.

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HOTEL LOCATION
Luxury Bahia Principe Cayo Levantado is located 45 minutes from the new Samana Bay Airport.
Address:
SAMANA


DR
Local Phone: 809-538-3056
HOTEL FACILITIES
Barber / Beauty Salon
Boutique Shops
Business Services
Currency Exchange
Laundry / Dry Cleaning Service
Parking
Physician on Call
Pools
Number of Pools: 2
Outdoor Pools: 2     
Swim-up Bar
Two swimming pools, whirlpool, wet bar and two open air jacuzzis.
Golf: NEARBY
The Playa Grande Golf Course designed by the prestigious architect Robert Trent Jones is 2 hours from the resort.
Holes: 0
Tennis
Number of Courts: 1
Outdoor Courts: 1
Water Sports on Site
Snorkeling: Complimentary
Wind Surf: Complimentary
Other Sports Available
Jogging Trail: Complimentary
Health Club / Spa
Massage: Additional Charge
Nautilus Equipment: Complimentary
Sauna: Additional Charge
Spa: Additional Charge
Manicure / Pedicure: Additional Charge
Facials: Additional Charge
HOTEL DETAILS
Features four bars, six restaurants, 24 hour-room service, gym, and spa. Enjoy unlimited a la carte dining and complimentary Wifi access throughout the resort. Beach: Check-in: 3 p.m.
Check-out: 12 p.m.
Total Rooms: 265
Year Opened: 2006 Credit Cards: Visa, Master Card, American Express
HOTEL RESTRICTIONS
This hotel is Adults Only. All restaurants are non-smoking. There is fee for use of the room safe.
ROOM TYPES
JUNIOR SUITE SUPERIOR
Spacious junior suites offer a canopy king size bed, a hydro massage tub, balcony or terrace, 24-hour room service, and Don Pablo Collection bathroom amenities.
Other Amenities -
Air Conditioning
Fan
Bathtub
Room Service
Balcony or Terrace
Minibar
Coffee Maker
Hair Dryer
Iron
Radio Alarm Clock
Telephone
Television
Room Safe
Satellite
VILLAS
King size bed. Porch with Jacuzzi. Large living area with desk. Don Pablo Collection bathroom amenities. Bathrobe and slippers.
Other Amenities -
Air Conditioning
Fan
Bathtub
Room Service
Balcony or Terrace
Minibar
Coffee Maker
Hair Dryer
Iron
Radio Alarm Clock
Telephone
Television
Room Safe
Satellite
JUNIOR SUITE
Spacious Junior Suites are exquisitely decorated and offer a minibar, bathrobe and slippers, and 24-hour room service.
Other Amenities -
Air Conditioning
Fan
Bathtub
Room Service
Balcony or Terrace
Minibar
Coffee Maker
Hair Dryer
Iron
Radio Alarm Clock
Telephone
Television
Room Safe
Satellite
SUPERIOR
Spacious rooms with one king or two double canopy beds. Includes hydromassage tub, bathrobes, slippers, and pool towels. Enjoy 24-hour room service, unlimited a la carte dinners, free WiFi, and a private balcony.
Other Amenities -
Air Conditioning
Fan
Bathtub
Room Service
Balcony or Terrace
Minibar
Coffee Maker
Hair Dryer
Iron
Radio Alarm Clock
Telephone
Television
Room Safe
Satellite
JUNIOR SUITE DELUXE
Deluxe Junior Suites are spacious and offer spectacular views of the ocean or vegetation of the island. Jacuzzi on terrace, 24-hour room service, bathrobe and slippers, and unlimited a la carte dinners. Butler service upon request.
Other Amenities -
Air Conditioning
Fan
Bathtub
Room Service
Balcony or Terrace
Minibar
Coffee Maker
Hair Dryer
Iron
Radio Alarm Clock
Telephone
Television
Room Safe
Satellite

OTHER INFO
Free Wifi access throughout the resort for two devices.
DINING
Luxury Bahia Principe Cayo Levantado features 1 meal plan options:
All Inclusive
There are 5 Restaurants at Luxury Bahia Principe Cayo Levantado:
Las Caracolas - Beach buffet restaurant
Portofino - la carte restaurant where you can try traditional Italian cuisine.
Don Pablo Gourmet - la carte restaurant with the most exquisite international gourmet cuisine, with romantic candlelight, melodic music and attentive, meticulous bell service.
Mediterraneo - la carte restaurant with typical Mediterranean gastronomy: Spanish, Greek, Maghrebi.
Orquidea - Air conditioned buffet restaurant serving international cuisine.
ACTIVITIES & ENTERTAINMENT
Daily Activities & Entertainment:
One hour free watersports per day, pools, spa, and land sports available.
Nightly Activities & Entertainment:
International entertainment program for adults program.
TripAdvisor Web Reviews
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TripAdvisor Traveller Reviews
Almost Heaven
Andrew F, London, United Kingdom
Thu Feb 04 08:29:14 EST 2016
So I'm just back today! Knackered, but I thought it best to give my review whilst everything is still fresh in the memory. I hope I don't begin to ramble, however! Overall, I'm happy to recommend this resort (and overall holiday experience) as a 5* on trip advisor as it's simply an extraordinarily beautiful island blessed with great beaches, luscious plantation and is in touch with some breathtaking excursions that I'll come onto. I will add that there are areas for improvement but I realise this is true of any hotel & for some that I've stayed in & seen 5*s given, it would be unfair to not regard this as higher quality. The context: you may not care for this so scroll on if not but as background; I'm a 27 year old financial services professional living in London and I visited with my girlfriend, 25, also in a services industry. We spend a lot of our 'dating activities' going to London's finest restaurants & we enjoy fine living. I don't mean that to sound braggy or uncouth, but simply I feel when you take onboard a review its best to understand why someone feels the way they do & how that would relate to you & how your context affects your interpretation of an experience or review. Whilst there were a few other young couples from the UK at Cayo Levantado (CL) at the same time; I'd say the majority of guests were either couples or families from Canada & the northern US states looking to escape snow or retired Brits / elderly couples - probably their kids are now too old to holiday with them so they're enjoying a luxury adult resort, etc. I'd recommend you bear that in mind when reading these reviews - it may help! I'll break down my review into the following categories: - Tour Operator / Travel Experience - The Island - The room, hotel & amenities - Food and Drink - Excursions - Tips Tour Operator / Travel Experience: If you're travelling from the US or Canada this may not be so relevant for you as you have the luxury of landing in Samana! We booked through Thomson - a simple and informative website & operator that I trust and have used before. The myThomson App is great. The travel, I know from speaking with people keen to go, is slightly off putting. The flight from London to Peurto Plata is 9 hours, give or take. The Dreamliner (Boeing) is said to have moderations that make the flight easier & more comfortable such as humidity control, higher oxygen control so you feel less strained upon landing, etc. The reality is; I'd rather Thomsom spent some of that investment into the food which isn't a patch on Fly Emirates or BA. The main course was Ok, at best, but a cold cheese spread roll for dinner wasn't acceptable for a £1,350 per person, per week trip. You land at at a highly remote airport so hastily make it through customs but you're still a four hour drive from the port to the island. Whilst there's a coach included in the all-inclusive price, I can't recommend enough ordering a taxi for both journeys via Thomson. Our tour rep, Jessica, was very informative & helpful. Outside the airport, be careful for guys in white shirts with blue writing on. They stand amongst the authorities in check out, passport control, etc., and basically try to give you no choice but to take your luggage (con is a strong term but it's not far off) to your vehicle which isn't parked far away. The smallest denomination we had was $10. I don't mind tipping, especially in countries where the economies are weaker & for good service but given a solider makes $200 a month in the DR, it's slightly frustrating these guys can make around that in a day by doing next to nothing but playing on arriving & departing tourists' embarrassment. When we arrived at the airport for the outbound journey home, I was sure to firmly but politely say no. The walk to the departure line was literally 15 metres max from drop off but a couple behind us were hassled for a tip. They gave $1 but the chap stood there for no less than 10 minutes hassling them until he quarrelsomely settled on $5. It was a 15 metre walk. The Island: CL is about a 10 minute boat journey across from the mainland with boats leaving every hour on the hour. The island is truly stunning and comprises all the sun kissed califaction & luscious plantation you'd desire from a tropical retreat. There's two main beaches - the public beach (where food & drink aren't all inclusive, but recommendable to try, except after 23:00 when the beach bar opens) and the private beach. The claim that there's two private beaches it misleading - it's simply one beach that covers one corner point of the Island. The sand is golden, the sea is ripe with 5, maybe more, resident species of marine fish and the grounds are immaculately kept. The public beach is the #1 activity in Samana and so is vibrant and full of vendors of freshly sourced fish lunches. We had a large lobster dinner for 2, beers and coco locos for about $40 but it was lovely. One half of the private beach is a bit dirty where the Atlantic washes up seaweed overnight but plenty of staff work hard to tidy it. The other half is protected from the waves and is idyllic. You can walk the Island in 15 minutes or so. It's deceptively mountainous but buggy cars frequently drive through to drop you off at your locations. Genuinely, it feels like being on a mix of Robinson Crusoe exploration and a complex built by a baddy in a 70s James Bond film! Needless to say, it's paradise. If you're going to the mainland, I'd urge you to be careful if doing so on your own accord and not via an excursion. It's not a developed area and the drivers, especially the mopeds, have no common sense of health and safety and nor are there any pavements. A couple we made friends with went to visit a local nightclub off the island and claim to have seen two shootings & knife crime. I myself saw the local police making arrests in the huts that surround the roads in the day time- I wouldn't feel comfortable walking there with my girlfriend and I usually take no hesitation in visiting 'interesting' and off the beat, diverse areas. A taxi driver will take you to the nearest large town and, for $40, will wait for you and take you back to port. Perhaps expensive if you're only going out to get souvenirs although Jessica kindly offered to pick some up at night to save you the expense. Very polite. The staff were, on the whole, friendly. English wasn't very well spoken but hey! It's a Spanish speaking country & a small attempt to speak some of their language was really appreciated. They also spoke enough English that a bit of jovial pointing & animation couldn't overcome! If you offer a small tip, you can expect great service. The room, hotel & amenities. We stayed in villa 14 - a junior suite with a large balcony that boasted incredible views of jungle plantation, the sea and across was the Samana bay of the mainland. The rooms really are extraordinarily large and the hotel goes to no ends to ensure its well kept and romantic. We had a jacuzzi with sea views, a large four post bed and floor space sufficient to develop a nightclub dance floor! The mini bar was well kept and amenities of a sufficient quality. My only quarrel is that the showers tend to be fairly cold in the morning and the lighting in the room was no more than perpetually dim. We had a predominately north facing balcony and so it wasn't well lit after sunset or before sunrise. The bathroom was extremely large with the jacuzzi the centrepiece. At no extra cost, our "butler" (not so keen on this term), Jose, ran a romantic bath for us. The bath was extra special with scented candles, rose petals - Hollywood. It was a classy touchy and Jose was very attentive, coming around every day to check on us and offer his complimentary services for things such as changing the scent of the room or pillow types right through to ironing! There's two very large swimming pools with bars, a jacuzzi pool, two buffet restaurants in the morning & at lunch (3), a large buffet diner and four themed restaurants! Also, there's a gym and tennis courts. The entertainment at night, I felt, was aimed at a much older audience although given the main demographic of guests I set out earlier, I can't complain. It's a shame so few people attended the beach party from 11pm onwards. The hotel entertainment tended to finish at 10.30pm and then it was shut down. The hotel itself is modern yet elegant. We were asked to attend a Time Share presentation through the ruse of a prize winning subtext, although politely declined and were not hassled further. I've read reviews complaining that the drinks by the pool bars are either not strong enough or the beer goes warm. I don't see the relevance of these comments given: a.) it's all inclusive, if you want an extra shot of rum in your drink - just ask and they're happy to provide it and b.) if your beer goes warm - guess what, get another! It's 32c - that's just science. Or take a thermos flask with you as many Americans do at all inclusive resorts! Food: This is the area I most take umbrage with but make reference to my standards in the context. We ate at the main buffet on the first night and it was ample, edible and some of the cured meats were delicious. The white chocolate fountain was a treat and, from what I gather, the buffet theme changes nightly with Dominican night, International nights, etc. I tried all four restaurants and without doubt the Rodizio was the premier choice for me. Both the Italian and Mediterranean restaurants disappointed and whilst the Don Pablo is highly revered, Michelin star it is not! That isn't to say I am brazenly choosy or fussy but overcooked lobster, combusting duck and dry steak wasn't what I was hoping for. I read one reviewer comment you go on holiday to eat better than you would at home and agree with that sentiment but felt 3/4 of the restaurants simply didn't deliver. The Rodizio, I must stress, was delicious. A Brazilian themed steak restaurant that offered a wide range of meats off the grill, Brazilian cocktails & a scrumptious cinnamon & barbecued pineapple pudding. I'd stress that whilst I didn't enjoy the Italian, Mediterranean or Don Pablo - I'm sure plenty of guests do. Whilst I felt the Italian was especially below par (sweaty cheese with squid ink for an appetiser!) my girlfriend enjoyed her carpaccio to start followed by the cod. We were both equally unimpressed with Don Pablo & the Med, however. On our final night we had a candle-lit private 5-course dinner on the beach which was stunning & romantic. Daniel, the waiter, was funny and genuinely concerned to ensure our happiness. The lobster course was on par with any I've had before. The meal itself was $180 for two but given it included 5 courses, a bottle of champagne (Cava) and both a bottle of red & white wine, I felt it was good value for a memorable night. At breakfast we ate every morning at the buffet in the Rodizio restaurant given its proximity to our room. Generally it was great - there was champagne, Bloody Mary's, salmon, fresh fruit, eggs, cereal etc. The 'cooked' breakfast element was slightly intriguing, however. I wouldn't usually expect to see deep fried chicken wings, deep fried parcels of cheese, southern fried chicken nuggets, mashed potatoes with cheese on, etc., at breakfast but they were being consumed by some. I can't comment on the main hall buffet. There were also sausages, bacon, hash browns & beans for the Brits! The most consistently high quality meal of the day was lunch by the private beach where the restarant barbecue would alternate daily between freshly caught fish or meat stakes! The salads were generally tasty although the American food section resembled a cliched 1980s budget Tex-Mex and was pretty avoidable. You can download the hotel's app to make reservations. Excursions: If you're going between Jan-March, I honestly can't recommend enough you go whale watching. I was slightly sceptical as we set sail given the captain's re-iteration of the fact we may not see one of the 6,000 humpback whales in Samana bay during the period but boy was that feeling soon swept away. Perhaps we got lucky; in all we probably saw 10 whales in 3 hours with a sustained period of an hour in which four fully grown humpback whales swam right up against our boat whilst competing for a female. They danced between our boat and another, fully launched out of the sea in an iconic jump, lifted their fins and swam in tandem. It was one of the most incredible sights I've been blessed enough to see. At $89 dollars, it's a must. We also visited the waterfall which was a pleasant trek into jungle terrain. Swimming under the country's largest waterfall was liberating. You take a horse to and from the destination which was exciting. The only thing that irked me somewhat was the consistent salesmanship of their photographer who tries to sell you a CD compromising of the horse ride snaps and generic pictures of whales (which he tried to sell me again 3 days later at the whale watching!). This trip was $49. There's plenty of water sports provided at the hotel - the snorkelling was breathtaking. I didn't see any aggressive looking fish in the water albeit there's some impressively sized beauties literally dancing between your feet as shallow as 2 feet in! I did hear of one Canadian drawing blood after being bitten by a large fish although can't confirm this & reportedly he had found himself by some rocks (20 metres out) which is thought to be this one fish's home, so to speak. There's plenty of other excursions such as zip-lining, boat trips to islands where Pirates of the Carribean was filmed & so forth - check them out on the myThomson app! Tips: Take a combination of Dominican Peso & US Dollar. If you're travelling from the UK, try & get your hands on some smaller denominated notes such as $1s $5s and DR $50s for tipping. As is usually the way with landing you only have high notes and plenty of people wanting tipped! The hotel can swap money but is limited in its foreign exchange department. Go whale watching! Don't stray off the beaten track on the mainland. Any questions, please feel free to contact me. More>

Beyond expectations....
ukursk, Selby, United Kingdom
Wed Feb 03 05:38:17 EST 2016
We traveled from England. Was dreading the transfer after the long flight after reading all the negative reviews. All I can say to this is yes it's a long way, another 4 hours onto your travel time. But we had a nice coach with air conditioning and plenty of room, and the first two hours are in daylight so if you go with an open mind you can just imagine your on an excursions, a sightseeing trip of the Dominican Republic. Hotel We arrived in the dark, late at night just in time to get some supper before the buffet closed. Didn't know which direction are room was in, went to the front desk, and they promptly put us into one of the many taxis, couldn't or didn't take much notice of our surrounding by this time just wanted to get to bed. First day Didn't know what to expect when we walked out of our room that first morning. But what our eyes saw was amazing, such a clean place, the beautiful gardens, villas well spaced apart from each other. Didn't have a clue as to where anything was so with map in hand ( map was left in the room) of went went to explore. Walking around we noticed how all the staff from the gardeners to the cleaner's would look at you and smile and say hola, so nice. We must have looked a bit lost as a couple of times staff you'd stop and ask us if we were lost. This place is just so incredible. The gardens the beach,the pools the rooms all spotless and we'll maintained. The Staff what can you say apart from they make each and every one feel so special. They always have time to stop and talk to you, which is so nice. Our butler Gabriel placed a nice suprised in our room for my husbands 60th birthday, with a nice bath with rose petals, and again for our wedding anniversary. We ate in the main buffet all the time and the greeting staff on the door soon learnt which table we liked, so they showed us to this, one day the table had been removed while they did a bit of decorating so we just sat elsewhere, then we heard a bit of noise behind us and the lady waiting on came over to us and said your table is set would you like to move. We looked round and they had move the table back and reset it for us, how special did that make us feel, another day we went in sat at the table, went to get our meal came back to find rose petals had been placed on the table, again just small little thing that make a big difference. The beach and pools These were always kept very clean, the beach has two sides a windy and rough side, and a nice calm side so the choice is yours. Always plenty of sun beds, we never ever saw any broken ones. The drinks waiter is always walking round, and soon learns your prfered drinks. Would we return. Yes Yes already looking at booking next year. More>

A very nice holiday destination
jockywockycocky, UK
Wed Feb 03 03:07:17 EST 2016
Flew from UK on the Dreamliner and upgraded to club, expensive but worth it for the comfort of the 9 hour flight duration. The aircraft is very quiet so you can easily hear the films and have an easily audible conversation with your partner/family. Private taxi takes about 4 hours with 1 x stop which managed to beat the coach to the ferry and hence arrived 1 hour before the masses, this led to a very easy check-in and enough time to catch a good meal at the main restaurant. Room in the main building on arrival was a good size but view was rubbish. We asked for a room facing the sea which we were allocated on our second day, this made a big difference to our holiday as the views/privacy were much better and the room was a lot brighter. Very nice to sit out on the balcony and watch passing thunderstorms and torrential rain showers over the bay. Rooms are kept very clean and tidy as is the whole resort, congratulations go to the cleaners and gardeners. The hotel covers a big area with many hills which is just lovely to walk around. If it’s raining or you are in a rush then there are electric golf carts to whizz you about should you wish. Beaches are good, plenty of beds but you do get the `choice' sun lounger locations booked by early morning. The hotel private `windy' beach is lovely with a shallow side for taking a paddle and a dip plus a wavy side which is fun to jump into/over/through the waves. We found the public `Bacardi' beach not so lovely. Fun and games all day at the private beach with the bar a very short stroll, a nice breeze was omnipresent so never felt too hot. This beach has free non-motorised water sports available with a little Hobie Cat boat if you’re feeling adventurous. There are a few large pools to laze about by around the resort if the beach does not sound inviting, each pool has it's own bar so no need to walk very far for a drink. There's waiter service for drinks around the pools /beach if you're feeling particularly lazy. Food is very good, the Don Pablo and Mediterranean were our favourites where we alternated and ate at most evenings … very nice steak and lobster !!! There’s a gallery evening on Thursdays where the only restaurant open is the main buffet although I think I managed to eat my own bodyweight in freshly grilled steak and lobster, all washed down with some nice beers and spirits. A few good excursions are available, either booked through your tour rep or just book a taxi from reception who'll then take you on a private tour to the location of your choice. We felt the private taxi tours to be more interesting and cheaper than the large organised tours. Oh, almost forgot... no kids!!!!! So, all in all a very nice destination which we would probably return to, it’s recommended!! More>

5 stars but short of luxury
Dan B, Ottawa, Canada
Tue Feb 02 10:59:32 EST 2016
My husband and I are into the third day of our two weeks stay at this resorts We have stayed in over 20 different all inclusive resorts during our time together, ranging from 4 stars to luxury resorts. This vacation is the most we have spent on a two week all inclusive (in particular due to the terrible cdn $, just over 10k). It is our 20th wedding anniversary. Much of what is said about this resort is true; however, there are some things that, in our opinion, miss the mark for "luxury". Not a big deal at all unless you have stayed in other "luxury" resorts. Let's start with the bus and boat ride from the airport to the hotel (just under 2 hours). It was a very hot day and some of the guests were traveling from England (about a 9 hour flight). At no point were we given water or had an option to purchase water. Because we were early at the dock, although all the passengers were there and the boat as there, we had to wait almost 30 minutes before we were boarded and left for the island. No big deal but... There is a concierge assigned to each building. We have stayed in resorts that include a concierge who sits at a desk in the lobby of our specific building. That is not how it works here. We are in building 5 and rarely see our concierge. We can call him and usually get a different person every time. I asked for an extra towel and was told that it would be delivered in about two hours. I think it's just a nicer name than calling it simply guest services. Beach towels should have been in our room. There were none nor were there vouchers. It took a bit of explaining to get our towels from the towel hut. Again, no big deal, but... The environment is very lush and serene but there are a lot of ups and downs when you walk from one place to another. Not a big deal unless you have problems with your legs, as I do. Getting a cart ride is not easy. It is easy when we can call from our room and takes anywhere from 5 to 20 minutes, depending on the time of day. The lighting in the room is very romantic but is too somber to read. The shower is small with a white glass enclosure and no light. We find it too dark and cramped. There is only one sink... No big deal, but... We booked a superior junior suite; which should be an ocean view or ocean front. I had emailed the hotel twice for info and to tell them it was our anniversary. I had asked for an unobstructive view of the ocean. The most disappointing feature is that although our building is oceanfront (building 5), there are a lot of trees between our large balcony and the ocean, so no view AND, especially in the evening, there is a sewage smell that discourages us from sitting outside. Wifi is free but we had lots of trouble getting access outside of our room. If we got in, we would loose connection within a few minutes. That might be just our experience!? The food is no different than the 5 stars we have stayed in, but not as good as the luxury resorts we have stayed in. Even if you are picky, you will always find something to eat. We have talked to a person at the front desk about our room and the smell but he did not seem disturbed by any of our concerns. Although the resort and surroundings are beautiful, we have stayed in much nicer places with much nicer beaches and rooms for much less money! If you can get a good deal, it is worth checking it out for yourself. More>

Brilliant
krisNorfolk, norfolk
Tue Feb 02 10:22:01 EST 2016
It was an amazing holiday !!! Had the best time ever, nothing was to much trouble for any of the staff . Would defintly go back again . We had the romantic beach meal for our 40th wedding anniversary which was lovely . We went to this island to relax and it was . Loved it Loved it .. More>



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