Monday, December 3, 2007

Spring Break for Adults.

So you just bought that new Malibu Strings bikini, and you are trying to figure where in the world you want to travel. Here is our guide to some of the most exciting destinations on the planet. Although “Spring Break” technically happens in the Spring, there is no reason you can’t have fun at these destinations all yearr round. It is better to think of Spring Break as more a frame of mind rather than a time of year. Here is our top five list:

1) Riviera Maya, Mexico – There might not be a better place on the planet to where you Malibu Strings bikini than Mexico. The beaches here are fun and uninhibited and the night life is hotter. The Riviera Maya encompasses a large area of Mexico including Cancun. There are many well established resorts, which all are great choices, but we recommend Le Meridien Cancun Resort and Spa. This breathtaking resort sits on a beautiful stretch of beach and features amazing pools. The "upscale, Mexican-style rooms" at this resort have sliding doors that open onto the Caribbean and Nichupté Lagoon.

2) Negril, Jamaica – The resorts in Negril sit on one of the most amazing stretch of beach in the world. For a more upscale stay we recommend the Grand Lido Negril. For a more wild vacation, we recommend Hedonism II, the very definition of the “Spring Break” state of mind.

3) South Florida – Miami could have easily been number 1 on our list, but it faced some pretty fierce competition. The big trend Miami is now luxury. We recommend the newly opend St. Regis but you will do just fine at Starwood's new Atlantic.

4) Dominican Republic – The biggest party happens between the 15 bars and three discos in the five all-inclusive hotels that make up the Barceló Bávaro Palace. This is the perfect place to do body shots off of a stranger’s stomach but during the day you can lounge on some of the most beuatiful beaches in the world. The beach here are hot!

5) Cabo San Lucas, Mexico – Cabo is quickly becoming the Malibu Strings capital of the world. The resorts here are first class and the beaches are even better. We recommend heading to Los Cabos, 15 miles away from Cabo San Lucas, where the Sea of Cortez touches the mountainous desert. We sugdest the One&Only Palmilla, a 172-room enclave with an Old Mexico look—iron-studded doors, custom-painted tiles, whitewashed walls, an old bell tower—and luxurious trappings, such as 24-hour personal butler service, beds on swings for lounging by the sea and an aromatherapy turndown menu.

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Hello Daly said...

That Bloody Mary looks absolutely yummy!!

December 4, 2007 9:31 PM  

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