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Couples Swept Away

Couples Swept Away

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5804 Reviews

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
5804 Reviews 87% of travellers recommended this hotel

Traveller ratings

  • Excellent 3694
  • Very Good 1394
  • Average 425
  • Poor 194
  • Terrible 97

What to Expect

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Reviews

Jul 23, 2018

July 2018 Stay

Willow Grove, Pennsylvania

For our anniversary, Mitch and Alexis from Tripguy.com suggested we book our 5 day stay at Couples-Swept Away. They organized our flights, transfers, and hotel stay at a great price. They emailed me back to answer all of my questions right away. They even stayed in contact while we were in Jamaica. I will definitely use them again to book a future vacation. They were phenomenal and exceeded all of our expectations. Pros of this hotel: Food- it is amazing! Each meal and each course was fantastic. Feathers was our favorite. You make reservations as soon as you arrive. Lemongrass and Feathers is closed one day per week. Beach- white sand and perfectly clear, blue water. Beach activities- we did the catamaran cruise, water bikes, stand up paddling--all free. Fitness center- across the street from the hotel- amazing lap pool, weights, racquetball, basketball, tennis courts. Such a huge plus for us for workouts in the morning. Rick's cafe- $30 per couple for group van 15 minute ride to watch cliff jumping. Drinks aren't to pricy $6 for a Corona. Food was expensive $15 for a sandwich. Cons: The only places that are air-conditioned are your hotel room and Feathers restaurant .The lobby, gym, Palms buffet restaurant, Lemongrass, Patoi restaurants are not air conditioned. We made our dinner reservations for 6:30pm, but since the sun didn't go down yet, it made for a sweaty dinner. A few days into the trip, we got used to the heat, so all was good. Overall, this is a relaxing resort with great amenities.
Jul 23, 2018

Nice beach resort, but on the expensive side

Sarasota, Florida

CSA is an adult, all-inclusive resort. From what I could see, it was the nicest property located on the Seven Mile Beach. The beach was exceptional -- great for walking and swimming. The only downside was that, once you left the CSA beach, locals tried to sell you weed (and worse) every 50 feet or so. The check-in process was slow. The maid service was good. Overall the value for money was only average. CSA has two swimming pools, three hot tubs, three beach bars, and two outdoor lunch places including one vegetarian. It has several specialty restaurants and one large buffet restaurant. My wife and I ate mainly at the buffet, and the food and drink quality were pretty good. The resort offered nightly entertainment from a stage positioned adjacent to the buffet restaurant. The performers were just OK, and very few vacationers danced or otherwise participated. The piano bar had more attendees, but it was loud and noticeably dirty (e.g., lots of dead insects). CSA has a very good scuba program. The instruction and facilities are good, and the prices are reasonable. On a lark I decided to try for the Open Water Diver certification, and Dive Master Brian helped to make it happen. The coral and marine life were very colorful. CSA boasts a really nice sports and fitness complex that includes five nicely-maintained green clay courts, five hard courts, a 25-meter lap swimming pool, hot tub, bar, gym, exercise studio, racquet ball and squash courts, parcourse fitness trail, basketball court, and locker rooms. The complex was uncrowded. At most I saw a dozen other vacationers at any one time. The resort offers free private lessons. Yes, free! I am a 4.5+ player and had two great one-hour lessons with head pro Brenton. My wife is a beginner and had two excellent one-hour lessons with assistant pro Narlson. The resort also offers daily 45-minute group clinics. Advanced players start at 8:00am; intermediates at 8:45am; and beginners at 4:00pm. Round robin doubles start at 4:45pm. My lessons started at 7:30am, and I was exhausted after one hour due to the high humidity. The conditions in the late afternoon seemed to be more gentle. The resort provides free loaner racquets and balls. There is a ball machine. Towels are available. In addition to the water fountains, you can get cups and ice at the bar.
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