Royal Caribbean to open first adults-only space on Perfect Day at CocoCay

Guests on private Bahamian island will be able to visit pools, bars and more at Hideaway Beach from 2024

Royal Caribbean to open first adults-only space on Perfect Day at CocoCay

Royal Caribbean International

The Hideout in Hideaway Beach will feature a heated infinity-edge plunge pool and 10 cabanas with attendant service

By Rebecca Gibson |

Royal Caribbean International is to open the first adults-only space on its private Bahamian island, Perfect Day at CocoCay, in January 2024.

Located in the northwest of the island, Hideaway Beach will be free to cruise guests aged over 18 and will feature a private beach, several food outlets, two full-service beach bars, the On the Rocks al fresco bar with live music and bar games, and an infinity-edge Hideaway Pool with a two-level swim-up bar, in-water and poolside seating, and 10 Hideaway Cabanas. Guests can also visit The Hideout, which will offer 10 cabanas, a heated infinity plunge pool, resort-style seating, and more.

“Hideaway Beach is a completely new vibe and experience that vacationers are looking for on Perfect Day at CocoCay,” said Michael Bayley, president and CEO, Royal Caribbean International. “Everything from its hidden-like location to the exclusive beach and pools to the private cabanas is designed for adults who want a day just for them.

“There are experiences for everyone on a Royal Caribbean vacation, and that’s at the heart of our private island and its popularity. Whether it’s thrill or chill, family time or time to celebrate, families and friends can create their ‘perfect’ vacation day without compromise, and Hideaway Beach adds to what continues to be an unmatched combination of ways to do just that.”

In 2024, a total of 22 Royal Caribbean International ships will sail to Perfect Day at CocoCay from nine different US cities. This will include the brand’s newest ship, Icon of the Seas, which will debut in January 2024 and feature numerous innovations.

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