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Solo travel in the Caribbean

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I am hoping to take a trip to somewhere in the Caribbean in late November. Do you have any recommendations for all inclusive resorts that will meet my needs?

I will be traveling alone. I just want to go sit on the beach somewhere for 4-5 days and have the opportunity to read and relax. I feel totally comfortable traveling alone (I'm actually keeping the trip a secret until it's all booked so none of my friends can join in :)), but I don't want to be at a resort that's overly couple-friendly or family-friendly. That said, I also don't want to end up in some gimmicky singles resort.

My vision for this trip includes the following must haves:
-access to a beach that's not overcrowded. the resort will have beach chairs and ideally umbrellas.
-pool with poolside bar
-restaurant at the resort
-clean and modern room

nice to haves:
-spa access
-yoga access
-the resort has no more than 70 rooms

budget:
$2,000ish (not including airfare)

One other item -- I don't really care too much about exploring or leaving the resort.

Thanks in advance for your advice!

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