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Old March 24th, 2013, 06:43 AM
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Wink Nassau excursion for adults?

My H and I are leaving the kids behind for our anniversary trip and we are looking for someplace to lounge on the beach, poolside, listen to music and enjoy some adult time without a ton of kids running around. Is there such a place? A swim up bar would be great as well! Thanks!
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Old March 24th, 2013, 08:16 AM
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My H and I are leaving the kids behind for our anniversary trip and we are looking for someplace to lounge on the beach, poolside, listen to music and enjoy some adult time without a ton of kids running around. Is there such a place? A swim up bar would be great as well! Thanks!
Sandals Royal Bahamian is couples only.. no kids. $110 pp (last time I checked).
Breezes is adults only (kids 14 and older).. at $65pp. (this can be a party place during some seasons).
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Sandals has two swim-up bars and no kids.
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Old March 27th, 2013, 08:06 AM
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Sandals is more than I want to pay. So given that I am looking for more of an adult time and a swim up bar should I go with Breezes, BCH, or Sheraton? Which would best suit (although I realize some kids will be present). Thanks!
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Sandals is more than I want to pay. So given that I am looking for more of an adult time and a swim up bar should I go with Breezes, BCH, or Sheraton? Which would best suit (although I realize some kids will be present). Thanks!
BCH doesn't have a swim up bar and is very small ad quiet.

Breezes is all - inclusive.
Sheraton is not.. (although I think there is a third party that sells one that includes lunch).
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