You Can Soon Visit The First Floating Overwater Cabanas In The Bahamas On A Royal Caribbean Cruise
These look like the perfect way to relax!
Looking for a unique way to relax and unwind? Soon, you can visit the first floating overwater cabanas in the Bahamas, thanks to Royal Caribbean.
The cruise line is launching its Coco Beach Club in January, complete with a private beach, beachside cabanas, a clubhouse, a 2,600-square-foot infinity pool and complimentary dining. You can also reserve a private floating cabana, which comes with a private overwater hammock for two people, unlimited bottled water, dedicated concierge service and — wait for it — your own private slide into the waters below. Sign us up!
“The first floating cabanas in the Bahamas bring a bit of Bora Bora to your Perfect Day at CocoCay getaway with unbeatable views of the horizon, overwater hammocks, freshwater showers and private slides that drop you right into the crystal-clear waters below,” according to Royal Caribbean.
You’ll need to book a Royal Caribbean cruise to experience this beachside retreat, which is part of Perfect Day at CocoCay, Royal Caribbean’s private island destination. While there, you’ll also be able to play at the thrill waterpark, swim in the Oasis Lagoon (the largest freshwater pool in the Caribbean), take a helium balloon ride 450 feet in the air or simply kick back and relax at Chill Island.
There are tons of itineraries to choose from, with prices as low as $198 for a four-night cruise. There are even two-night weekend cruises if you’re short on vacation time and just want a little getaway.
Royal Carribean has been working to “amplify” many of its ships, which means they’re adding new features, updating onboard amenities and overall making your cruising experience better and better.
Oasis of the Seas, for instance, is undergoing a $165 million renovation project that includes a modernized pool deck, the Perfect Storm trio of waterslides and the Ultimate Abyss, aka the tallest slide at sea.