St. Croix’s Divi Carina Bay Reopens as Adults-Only Resort

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St. Croix’s Divi Carina Bay All-Inclusive Beach Resort & Casino has reopened! The island’s only all-inclusive resort has been closed since receiving heavy damage from Hurricane Maria in 2017.

The resort is currently open through January 31, 2022, as a room-only resort for adults 18+. This means there are limited food and beverage options on-site.

After February 1, 2022, Divi Carina Bay will be fully open as an all-inclusive, adult-only resort, with multiple dining and beverage choices.

The resort has been completely renovated, with updated rooms and suites, and a wide variety of amenities including two freshwater pools, tennis, pickleball, a casino, and more.

Accommodations at Divi Carina Bay range from beachfront rooms to secluded hillside suites, all featuring a bright and modern design with ocean hues.

In February the resort will debut Oceans at Divi Carina Bay, a new upper-tier selection of rooms and suites featuring perks like comfy robes and slippers, gourmet coffee, spa amenities, and more.

Also launching in February: an impressive array of dining options ranging from Italian to Asian fusion, plus oceanfront dining right on the beach. We’re excited to try Pureroc – an innovative new restaurant that cooks a selection of meat, seafood, and vegetables on hot lava rock.

For more information, visit Divi Carina Bay’s website or check prices here.

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