Couples Swept Away Rated One Of The World's Best Resorts

Redbourn, United Kingdom (PressExposure) August 11, 2008 -- Jamaican resort Couples Swept Away has ranked highly in the prestigious Travel and Leisure Magazine World’s Best Awards 2008.

The luxury couples-only resort was awarded an impressive fifth place in the best hotels in the Caribbean, Bermuda and Bahamas category of the influential magazine’s 2008 awards, and was scored 85% overall by the judges.

Set on the beautiful west coast of Jamaica, Couples Swept Away is an exclusive tropical hideaway, featuring 312 luxuriously furnished suites and a complete all-inclusive service. Guests can eat at six unique restaurants which feature tastes from around the globe, incorporating Caribbean, Latin, Asian and Continental cuisine. Activities at the resort include a wide range of land and water sports, great snorkeling and scuba diving, as well as unlimited access to the local golf course.

The award is the latest in a string of accolades for Couples Swept Away, which was also named the most romantic resort in Jamaica in the 2006 Trip Adviser Travelers Choice Awards and voted top all-inclusive Caribbean resort in the 2006 Condé Nast Readers’ Choice Awards.

It was a successful year for the Couples resort group, as Couples Swept Away’s sister resort in nearby Negril also ranked in the top ten of the Travel and Leisure Magazine awards.

Notes to editors:

• For more information about Couples Swept Away call 01582 794 420 or contact For reservations inquiries contact 0870 850 4855 or visit

• Couples Resorts run four luxury couples-only properties on Jamaica – Couples Swept Away itself, Couples Negril, Couples Sans Souci and Couples Ochos Rios

• For more about the Travel and Leisure Magazine World’s Best Awards, see the magazine’s website, Press release distribution by PressReleasePoint

About Couples Resorts


Abe Issa
Couples Resorts
Crown House
Crown Street
Redbourn, Herts
0870 850 4855

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Press Release Submitted On: July 30, 2008 at 7:39 am
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