Cayo Levantado Aerial

Who the heck invented ice cubes?

You may not find out during your stay at Luxury Bahia Principe Cayo Levantado.

But you will find an unlimited supply to go with your unlimited beverages. There is a lot to raise your glass to at this exclusive island paradise in Samana Bay.

This is an adult’s only paradise floating on beautiful blue water and the views from your balcony are mesmerizing.

If you can force yourself to stop cuddling in the king size canopy bed you can begin an unforgettable day.

A late breakfast at the buffet is to be savored. The vast assortment of fruits, juices, desserts, breakfast meats and pastries is off the chart.   The Dominican coffee is insanely delicious.

BAHIA-EXPERTS-TRAVEL-LEVANTADOThere are activities at the pool. One of the best is none. Just curl up on a recliner and enjoy the poolside wait service. Luxury Bahia Principe Cayo Levantado has the friendliest staff ever.

Why is this called “Bacardi Island”?

This is where Bacardi filmed their famous TV commercial in the 1970’s.   It gets the credit for making Bacardi and Coke one of the most popular drinks in the world.

Close your eyes and listen to the waves.   You can almost hear Samba Fru-Fru by Denz. Is there a better spot or soundtrack to go with your rum?

Guests can hang out at Honda Beach (and no, Honda did not shoot a commercial here) which can only be accessed from the resort.

Imagine that you are spooning on a Bali Bed. Thirsty?

You don’t have to budge because the staff from the Hybiscus bar will serve your drinks. They are not Doctors but they have a lovely Bali bedside manner.

You can also choose hammocks, a trip to the massage gazebo, or join in games and water activities. There’s even an open air wedding pavilion. Maybe your next visit will be a honeymoon.

You are paired up in paradise.   Get out and enjoy the electric nightlife at Luxury Bahia Principe Cayo Levantado.   Savor every moment as you live your life out loud.

By the way, the first ice cube tray was invented by Lloyd Groff Copeman in 1928.

When I get home I will put a star on the refrigerator by his name.