Couples Tower Isle All Inclusive
Why We Love This Hotel
- Peaceful and sophisticated couples-only, all-inclusive resort with unlimited PADI scuba diving included in the nightly rate
- Fitness buffs can take a spin class, try out the yoga studio and take a clinic on the outdoor tennis courts
- "Clothing prohibited” beach option on the resort’s private islet, a one-minute boat ride from the shore
There’s a peaceful vibe inside this four story resort where shiny white tiled floors meet with pale blue-green walls. Black and white graphic accents keep the look more modern than beach chic.
Although it may not be as flashy as it’s high-rise peers, the rate here includes oodles of activities that other resorts would typically charge extra for. In addition to non-motorized water sports, unlimited PADI scuba diving and a catamaran cruise with snorkelling are included in the rate. Adventurous types can also take lessons in windsurfing, Hobie Cat sailing and waterskiing.
Those who want to limit their watery adventures to the swim-up bar can take advantage of the other ways to stay fit including spin classes, yoga, tennis clinics and greens privileges at the nearby 18-hole golf club.
Past guests on Tripadvisor.com rave about the outstanding customer service and better than expected food. Dining choices at the six on-site restaurants are mostly Continental fare with Caribbean flair and a nice mix of vegetarian options at each one.
The most-asked about feature here is likely the “Clothing Prohibited” beach option on the resort’s private island, a one-minute boat ride from the shore with its own grill and bar. To hang out on the au naturel isle, guests are not permitted to wear clothing or take pictures and only couples are allowed.
Rooms and suites are airy and spacious in shades of sand, surf and sky. Light wooden furniture and fixtures, although in good condition are in outdated shapes and could use refreshing.