Caribbean swingers resort reopens amidst pandemic – but you can't touch others

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A swingers resort in Jamaica has just announced that it will be reopening its doors to the public next month, as the Caribbean island loosens its travel restrictions.

Hedonism II, known for its adult playground – complete with a grotto that Hugh Hefner would have approved of – multiple pools, a play room and naked frolicking galore, is back.

The resort, which was forced to temporarily close due to the coronavirus pandemic, will once again welcome horny holiday-goers from 1 July 2020.

However, it won’t operate quite like it used to.

In order to ensure the safety of its guests, Hedonism II has worked with the Jamaican government to put in place Covid-19 protocols, including social distancing.

That’s right, you can look but you can’t touch.

Guests are still allowed to get as freaky as they want, and they can still take full advantage of the nude areas – but they’ll have to stick to playing with the person they came with.

The social distancing will be enforced in all common areas, including the lobby, restaurants, bars and pools.

Temperatures will also be taken on arrival with the help of infrared sensors.

What’s more, all room surfaces, air conditioners and high-contact areas will be continuously sanitised – which is good news either way, given the type of activity that takes place at the sex-positive resort.

Face masks will also be made mandatory.

Other safety measures include PPE supplies for all guests, anti-bacterial gel stations throughout the resort, 24-hour medical service, and an on-property medical team of specially-trained nurses.

‘We have spent the last few months undertaking preparations and consulting with local and international organisations to ensure our safety measures meet the new industry standards” says Kevin Levee, general manager of Hedonism II.

‘Each of the measures that we have implemented, follow the directives and recommendations of both Jamaican and international organisations, and will be updated as additional information becomes available.

‘We look forward to welcoming home our guests and are confident that we will all adapt to our “new normal” with minimal disruptions to the iconic Hedonism II experience and that our guests can continue to party safely.’

Back in March, Jamaica, which has over four million holiday-goers visit every year, closed its borders to the UK – but as of today, it has reopened (albeit with rules in place and limited airline options).

However, note that the British Government still advises against any travel that isn’t essential and you will need to quarantine for 14 days when you arrive back on home soil.

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