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Best All-Inclusive Adult Only Resort for Mid-lifers (45+)?

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I am researching AI, adult only resorts in Jamaica, and the following two questions are still lingering in my mind: 1) "Which hotel will we feel most comfortable at due to age"? We are mid-40's and celebrating our 20th anniversary. "Back in the day" we were the life of the party, but kids and careers (and some common sense) has slowed us down a bit. Although, we still plan to enjoy some cocktails and some nightlife, we would want some peace and quiet, as well.

2) Which resorts will have a variety of ages? Which resorts are packed with young, beautiful people only? Is there resorts that cater to gen x-ers? Or baby boomers? We do not need the nursing home yet...haha...but would like to feel connected to other resort guests.

PLEASE HELP! We do not want to feel as if we stumbled across the "one-night stand" resort wearing a sign that says "service me". ;-)

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