Royal Caribbean Opening First Over-Water Cabanas in the Bahamas

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Say hello to a vacation in paradise!

Royal Caribbean has plans to open an exclusive retreat on its private island destination, Perfect Day at CocoCay, in the Bahamas. Starting Jan. 31, 2020, the new Coco Beach Club on CocoCay will be open for business, offering travelers a unique and incredibly luxurious experience on a Royal Caribbean cruise.

The new getaway will be able to hold 450 guests. It will feature 20 Floating Cabanas — the first over-water cabanas in The Bahamas — and each will come with their very own slide. Additionally, the Coco Beach Club will offer 10 Beach Cabanas that can accommodate up to eight guests, so make it a party!

For those not lounging in one of the cabanas, there is a 2,626 square foot clubhouse, which features an oceanfront infinity pool, a complimentary restaurant, daybeds, and lots of amenities and services.

There are 27 itineraries to choose from, starting at $192 per person for a two-night excursion and an eight-night holiday cruise starting at $3,049 per person. Bookings for Floating Cabanas begin at $999, or $699 for Beach Cabanas.

Although the Coco Beach Club may have the first floating cabanas, there are a lot of floating bungalows located elsewhere in the Caribbean. Other popular resorts featuring similar amenities include Tahiti, the Maldives, the Caribbean, and Europe.

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