Couples Swept Away

Couples Swept Away

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Romantic couples-only Jamaican retreat

Located along a long stretch of white sandy beach on the Jamaican coast, Couples Swept Away is a vibrant yet tranquil resort that has an exclusive couples-only adult atmosphere. Whether you want to spend days enjoy sports and activities such as diving, tennis, or unlimited golf at the nearby course, or unwinding in the lavish spa, there is ample opportunity to fulfill your holiday desires. Accommodation is spacious and appealing, and the restaurants and bars are home to delicious food and great experiences too — the perfect Jamaican getaway. 

  • Couples only 18+ resort
  • Free tours and activities (savings of £1445 per couple)
  • Relax on the beautiful beach
  • Excellent dining and entertainment opportunities

Hotel Features

  • 312 rooms
  • Transfer duration: approx. 90 minutes from Montego Bay Airport
  • Minimum age: 18

Main Facilities

  • Diving
  • Free parking
  • Golf
  • Indoor pool
  • Outdoor pool
  • Watersports
  • Wifi

Board Basis Options

  • All Inclusive
Location Highlights

Couples Swept Away

  • approx. 90 minutes from Montego Bay Airport
5696 Reviews 87% of travellers recommended this hotel

Traveller ratings

  • Excellent 3619
  • Very Good 1369
  • Average 419
  • Poor 194
  • Terrible 95

What to Expect

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  • Location
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  • Cleanliness


May 21, 2018

PARADISE! Even better than the last visit!

macomb, il

Paradise! First off, I was here 5 years ago and have been to numerous other 5-star/6-Apple resorts in Mexico, Costa Rica and the Caribbean. While others may offer shiny crystals and marble, there is just something magical about this place. The vibe cannot be beat. CSA also talks about this being a romantic, relaxing place, but it is so much more. It offers plenty of activities that are included: catamaran, diving, snorkeling, small sail boats, skiing, paddle boards, glass bottom boat ride, kayaking, etc. There are also almost hourly activities: palm leaf hat making, tie dyed t-shirts, and classes for: mixology, Jamaican cooking, painted rock, Learn the language, couples massage, palm tree hat making, and yoga, tennis, aerobics, golf. It really can be constant high energy if you choose. All this, and then the entire sports complex and beach volleyball and spa. Evening entertainment included: steel drums, beach night, bonfire, the disco and fun times around the piano. Food- is among the best I’ve had. If I could change a couple things, it would be the Palms open a little earlier for lunch (though there are other places to grab a bite), and to add some more Jamaican food. Best steak at Feathers, and you must try the sweet potato chips and hummus and fish tacos at Sea Grapes. I found myself eating warm gooey bread pudding with caramel at any meal I could find it. My new addiction. Staff/Housekeeping- Cannot say enough! Warm, friendly and some were jokesters. I am one to always speak to everyone, so if they don’t immediately say something when you walk by, just be the first and they will answer. Housekeeping was great. I didn’t get any fancy towel animals, but the turn down service and ice in your bucket was a nice touch. Not sure when they come to clean the room in the day, but it was always clean when we came in around 4 or 5. Alcohol and drinks are plentiful, though we drank so much while out and about, we didn’t drink near what we might otherwise. Love the bottles the provide. Water stations and drinking water was better than the states or anything bottled. Grounds- oh my! Gorgeous, wandering paths, lit at night, possible crab siting. Don’t worry about high heels here. Most live in flip flops or sandals. I loved the walks, but if you have limited mobility, speak to resort on any limitations there could potentially be (I do not remember any elevators). A few cats around, but they run if you get close and less than you’d see on a normal walk in your neighborhood. Rooms- check out the pictures. They are not super luxurious; however, they are perfect. I stayed in the Garden Rooms and the road noise was not an issue. Traffic slows down by the time we get back to the room, and tree frogs and nature, along with the fan or air cond. made it easy to fall asleep (though it may have been the sun and fun as well). Pool- two small pools and swim up bar. These are not like the large fancy ones at other mega resorts, and while I thought I might miss the upbeat music, and rowdiness around a pool with constant high energy activities, I did not. Once you see this beach, you won’t want the pool. I ran into so many repeaters who had been to numerous other well-known adult resorts, they said CSA is now their forever “home”. I agree! The BEACH- look at that sand, that water, those sunsets. The month of May was not their busiest time, however there were plenty of loungers, hammocks, palapas or palms to find shade. We never had to go “save” a seat. Use the floats on every chair to take to the water. There are vendors and musicians hoping for sales of “anything”. If you’re interested, engage. If you’re not, just say “no thank you”. Respect is huge, so ignoring is looked at as disrespectful. Read a lot of reviews, then ask questions. There is also a FB site for fans. Check it out for many of your questions as they've probably been asked. Love Love Love Couples Swept Away!
May 19, 2018

On the better side of ok

The beach was perfect! The food was above average at certain places. The rooms were actually nice but I had a couple of complaints there. The shower was large but the glass wasn’t long enough to keep the water in the shower it went everywhere even outside of the bathroom. Second was the sewage smell 3 of the 5 night it was bad. Oh and lastly it’s tropical bring earplugs if you can’t sleep with nature outside.
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