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Traveling The Tropics In Style – Three Places To Stay In Three Beautiful Destinations

Beach at a Resort in Jamaica

When you’re ready to go on the most memorable vacation of a lifetime, be sure to refer to this article. We’re going to briefly cover three different locations, which include Jamaica, Costa Rica and the Dominican Republic. You have probably read about all these locations before, but chances are that you haven’t read about them when it comes to top-tier all-inclusive resorts. When you stay at an all-inclusive resort, you don’t have to worry about a thing. That’s what a vacation should be all about.

FIRST STOP:

Club Riu Ocho Rios All Inclusive is located in Jamaica. From the instant you walk in and see the marble flooring in the lobby, you know you have arrived at an elite location. When you see the enormity of the pool with its hot tub, pool volleyball and relaxation areas, you will be even more impressed. The pool is also bordered by the beach, which means nice warm breezes and spectacular views. You can also enjoy views from your room’s balcony, or while sitting in the gazebo with a loved one. Other amenities include a fitness center, kayaking on the beach and live entertainment.

SECOND STOP:

Riu Guanacaste All Inclusive is located in Costa Rica. This resort is different from the others because of the mountainous backdrop. This adds to the natural beauty. The lobby here is lined with grandiose chandeliers, a fine-dining restaurant overlooks the beach, the pool comes with waterfalls and underwater lounge chairs, the casino is always buzzing and there is a game room offering foosball and a pool table. Of course, hot tubs and pools are included.

THIRD STOP:

The last stop on our list is Dreams Punta Cana Dominican Republic. This is best suited for family travel. Not only is there a pool with a pirate ship, but there is kids’ entertainment at night. This means that you and your significant other can go dancing on the beach under the starlit night. Or you can simply enjoy a romantic dinner on the beach – with no other diners around. You can also spend a few hours at the casino or relax at the spa. This might be a family-friendly resort, but there is still romance at every corner. For example, when you first enter your room, you might notice a bed of roses in the shape of a heart as well as a bottle of champagne. Once again, other amenities include hot tubs and pools.

Which tropical all-inclusive resort interests you most? Or would you like to visit all three locations? Whatever the case may be, book as early as possible for the best deals.

Landon is world class travel blogger and enjoys blogging about his trips. When traveling the tropics he likes to stay at Riu Guanacaste all inclusive resort. To learn more about all inclusive vacations visit allinclusive.co

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