Royal Caribbean Increases Number of Labadee Cabanas
Written by: Cruise News
September 1, 2012.
When Royal Caribbean installed cabanas at their exclusive resort at Labadee, Haiti, they were immediately a hit with guests. Cabanas are typically offered to guests in full suites first, followed by Crown & Anchor members based on their loyalty level starting with Pinnacle Club members. Given the original 20 cabanas sold out quickly, the cruise line’s CEO Adam Goldstein announced the following on his blog:
“The Labadee cabanas have been a huge hit and so we have increased the number. Our initial offering at Barefoot Beach club was 20 cabanas and we are in the process of completing four more over the water cabanas there. In addition to regular and over the water cabanas, we now offer 3 cabanas that are wheelchair accessible, using our beach wheelchairs. In addition, there are 16 new cabanas at Nellie’s Beach. So there are now 40 cabanas available for rental at Labadee.”
Thus, cabanas will now be available at two separate beaches which each have their own personalities. I have personally rented one of these cabanas – the one the staff calls “The White House” because of it’s elevated location – and it was really the only way to go for a peaceful and fun day at Labadee, which is my favorite private stop.
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