Royal Caribbean is adding more of their fabulous cabanas on their private island, Labadee. As if the island wasn’t already a perfect haven for rest and relaxation, the cabanas let you unwind and take in the beauty of the island in style!
“The Labadee cabanas have been a huge hit and so we have increased the number,” Adam Goldstein, President & CEO of Royal Caribbean, wrote in his blog. “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 three 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.
Each cabana can accommodate four to five guests. While each cabana is the same in size, amenities and services offered, there are four types with prices depending on location. The daily rental fee includes a dedicated cabana attendant, complimentary bottled water, complimentary floating mats and snorkeling equipment, a beverage menu (prices charged accordingly), and an upgraded lunch menu at the private BBQ facility.
The cabanas are available for reservation onboard through the concierge or guest services manager on a first-come, first-serve basis. The daily rental fee for cabanas on Nellie’s Beach is $175-200, depending on location. On Barefoot Beach, the daily fee is $150-200. Labadee is a popular port of call on most Royal Caribbean Western Caribbean cruise itineraries.