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Apr 22nd, 2003, 06:06 AM
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all incl with group

Looking for fun all inclusive for 5 or 6 couples. We are celebrating a couple of 40th bdays and think an all incl. would be an easy option for such a large group. Please let us know of any recent experiences. THANKS
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Apr 22nd, 2003, 08:44 AM
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Alot of people going with friends in groups seem to go to Sandals Dunn's River for some reason. It is one of the more active Sandals so tons to do day and night, pools are huge - very impressive, nioce beach, good evening entertainment and alot of dining choices in that there is another Sandals in the area and a Beaches that you can use as well for free.

Also, Sandals MoBay - great in that is is close to the airport so less time traveling and it too is considered the most active Sandals. Beach there is the largest private beach in Jamaica so that is a major plus. Also another Sandals there as well to use.

Grand Lido Braco is considered a great resort in that it has a terrific town square on the property with cafe's, live music, great food.
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Apr 22nd, 2003, 10:00 AM
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Hi,
You may also want to take a look at the Dominican Republic and Riveria Maya in Mexico. In both of theeee areas most of the hotels are all-inclusives and you get a little more for your money. The DR is very nice white sand with lovely blue water. The only bad thing is you are pretty much stuck on the property because there isn't a town.

Riveria Maya in Mexico. Also has great beaches and a nice little town where you can go and hang out, to get off the property for a while. If you have any questions or want more info e-mail me at [email protected].

Happy Travels,
Jill
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Apr 22nd, 2003, 10:05 AM
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While at Sunscape in the D.R. met several people who were in groups..one group was over 50..check out.. .www.debbiesdominicantravel.com
Sunscape is not a mega resort, only about 800 and had something for everybody
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Apr 22nd, 2003, 02:19 PM
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Although some people do some seething about AI's, for a large group they are fun. We went to Wyndham Sugar Bay in St. Thomas a couple of months ago and found it to be a beautiful resort. The rooms had everything that we like on a vacation. Top shelf liquors, thus, great drinks.
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Apr 27th, 2003, 09:08 AM
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For an AI option that still gives you an individual feel, try renting a luxury villa where all meals and drinks are included, as well as a full staff. Bluefields Bay villas come to mind--each couple would have their own bedroom and bathroom, so you wouldn't have to worry about wearing on one another's nerves from too much togetherness. These villas (there are five, I think) have private pools and a beach. One of them even has a private "island" just off shore that is connected by a short footbridge, where there's a pool and a covered pavilion.

The Blue Lagoon villas, also on Jamaica, offer similar options.
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