Royal Caribbean reveals details of its adults-only beach at CocoCay

Royal Caribbean International revealed details of its first adults-only beach on its private island, Perfect Day at CocoCay.

Hideaway Beach is expected to open in January in tandem with the debut of the 5,610-passenger Icon of the Seas, which will be the world’s largest cruise ship.

At just over an acre, Hideaway Beach will include a private beach, two pools, seven open-air spots for drinks and bites, 20 cabanas and live music.

The main pool at the Hideaway Beach adults-only area will have a swim-up bar and a DJ.

Guests will have to pay an entry charge and be at least 18 years old to access the beach. The entry charge will range from $89 to $39 per person, depending on the time of year. 

The beach area will include resort-style loungers and umbrellas, hammocks and swings. The pool area will include a DJ, swim-up bar and poolside loungers throughout the heated infinity-edge pool with a view of the ocean. 

The new beach will have two categories of cabanas. Ten will be stationed poolside and offer amenities like attendant service at the push of a call button, a mini-fridge, floating beach mats and charging outlets. 

A rendering of one of the 20 cabanas at the upcoming Hideaway Beach adults-only area at Royal Caribbean's Perfect Day at CocoCay.

Another 10 Hideout Cabanas will be stationed on the end of the beach with access to a heated infinity-edge plunge pool, cabana attendant service, in-water loungers, an outdoor shower and resort-style seating. 

Food and beverage options at Hideaway Beach

Hideaway Beach will offer several food and beverage options. On the Rocks, an alfresco bar along the beach’s rocky shore, will also offer live music, TVs to watch live sports and table games including shuffleboard and billiards.

The beach will also include a swim-up bar at Hideaway Pool; a new pizza restaurant and bar with complimentary food, including Bahamian guava barbecue chicken; a Snack Shack with popular menu options like chicken sandwiches, burgers, fried mozzarella sticks and salads; and two full-service beach bars stations on both sides of the new beach. 

Twenty-two ships will sail to CocoCay in 2024 from nine ports, including Miami; Fort Lauderdale; Port Canaveral, Fla.; Cape Liberty in Bayonne, N.J.; and Galveston, Texas.

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