All-inclusive fun in the Jamaican sun, with all the booze and jerk chicken you could ever hope for? Eh, why not. I'd go. When I first arrived and was being led to my room by a grumpy bellhop who decided he wasn't going to talk to me, I took a good look around and couldn't tell if I was at a resort in the Caribbean It just had this very specific dystopic vintage vibe you'd find in the former "Honeymoon Capital of the World," and considering this was a swingers resort built in , it only made sense. That said, opening the door to my room, I was almost expecting to find a round bed cheesily decorated with rose petals, a heart-shaped hot tub, and every surface to be wallpapered in mirrors.
When I tell people I'm going to a naked resort in Jamaica, they respond as though I've just revealed my salary or the details of my last menstruation. It's a long blink or a visible shift backward in their seat. Several ask, after a pause, "Are you a naked person? I don't know.
Skip navigation! Story from Wellness. When I was invited to spend four days at Hedonism II , a clothing-optional, adults-only resort in Jamaica, I knew immediately that I wanted to go. But not because of the nudity. As a Sagittarius moon , I was not going to turn down the opportunity to travel somewhere new, especially if I got to do so as part of my job.
Down in Jamaica, there's a place aptly named Hedonism II that features a special brand of inhibition-free "adult" resort action. While this all-inclusive getaway offers your usual all-you-can-eat-and-drink beach-side fun in the sun, there's also a "clothing optional" policy, mirrors above all the beds, and a strong emphasis on pleasure of the "anything goes" variety. After catching wind of this utopia for the undressed, we checked out their website , only to find it oozing with the sort of over-the-top descriptions normally reserved for bodice-ripper paperback novels with an equally ripped Fabio flexing on the cover.