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W Punta de Mita, on a secluded beach in Riviera Nayarit, Mexico offers 119 rooms. Prices start at $ 369 per room per night plus a daily food and beverage minimum of $ 240 per room (or when purchasing an all-inclusive meal plan). For buyouts, guests must book a minimum of 90 rooms for a minimum of 3 nights. Wedding couples receive perks such as a free guest room upgrade for the newlyweds and a romantic breakfast the day after. The prices do not include the cost of the wedding. Masks are only required indoors and provide on-site antigen and PCR COVID-19 testing.

Palopó house, located above Lake Atitlán in Guatemala, is a private home that has become a boutique hotel. Three of the suites have their own infinity pools and two helicopter landing pads. The cost to purchase the entire property is $ 5,555 per night plus tax and includes a family breakfast, free tortilla bar experience, and use of all hotel amenities. All fifteen rooms must be booked for a minimum of two nights. The wedding is additional and starts at $ 6,000 for 30 guests. Guests must be tested two days before the event and this can be done at the hotel. No masks required once negative results are received.

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Plaza Beach and Dive Resort Bonaire offers 126 suites. This oceanfront Caribbean resort even has a Padi 5 Star Dive Center called Toucan Diving on-site. Minimum stay and prices are seasonal and can be either all-inclusive or bed-and-breakfast. Wedding package prices start at $ 3,000. The resort follows all local Covid regulations. Masks are not required as long as negative COVID-19 test results are presented on arrival. Covid tests are available on site.

Jadeberg St. Lucia at Soufrière Bay is a very secluded resort built into the side of a towering cliff with 29 “sanctuaries”. Each is completely open to the elements, with en-suite infinity pools, huge four-poster beds, private butler service, and breathtaking views. The resort requires a four night minimum for buyouts with prices starting at $ 45,000 per night plus $ 166 per person per day to add an all-inclusive meal plan. The cost of the wedding is not included. Masks are required unless the guests are sitting at a table and enjoying food and drinks. Rapid antigen and PCR tests can be performed on site.

Caerula Mar Club San Andros, Bahamas, the least inhabited island in the Bahamas, has a three night minimum stay for buyouts with prices starting at $ 32,000 per night. Originally built in the 1960s, the property was restored by Bryan and Sarah Baemler of HGTV. It includes six private villas and 18 clubhouse suites. Buyouts can accommodate up to 56 guests and include meals, non-motorized water sports, transfers, event coordination, and other perks. Weddings can be coordinated by a third party for an additional charge. Guests are not required to wear masks on the premises. Rapid antigen tests are carried out on site.

Habitat Tulum is a sustainable property between the jungle and the sea and offers guests the choice between jungle, ocean and pool rooms. It has a three night minimum for buyouts. Prices are based on the season and inclusions. For example, a June 3-night buyout for accommodation only starts at $ 13,825 per night. They follow all local Covid protocols. They can offer Covid tests on request.