No Clothes, No Problem. Earn Bonvoy Points in the Buff.

by Anthony Losanno
Nude Beach

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The Grand Lido Negril Au Naturel, An Autograph Collection All-Inclusive Resort is Marriott’s first (and only) nudist resort. Marriott describes it as a “clothing-free oceanfront boutique private resort bringing guests a unique and natural all-inclusive vacation.”

Negril Marriott

The resort is located in Negril, Jamaica and rooms average around $700 or 100,000 Marriott Bonvoy® Points per night. From reading TripAdvisor reviews, the resort is mandatory nude and not clothing optional with security policing and telling people to disrobe. (Photo Credit: Marriott.)

From TripAdvisor:

Make sure you understand what you are booking, this is NOT “Clothing Optional”, you are required to be nude out around the pool/quasi beach area. You may be nude from the time you leave your room, just can not go out the front lobby nude. Some people use a cover up till they get to the pool, not the end of the world. Ladies you can’t be just topless, guys you gotta drop those trunks. It puts everyone on the same playing field. Play by the rules. If you are not, security, butlers or staff will politely tell you. There is no body shaming here, every size, shape, color and age is present, no gawking or oooggling from anyone…..just like mined people enjoying the property. Ages ranged from upper 20s to 70ish guessing. Mostly couples, a few single women and guys. Everyone is extremely friendly and polite. Some newbies like us, some 2nd, 3rd even 4th trips to GL, some were nudist for 20+ years.”

If you’re looking to get an all-over tan this might be the place for you.

Anthony’s Take: Marriott is definitely casting its net wide to appeal to all sorts of travelers. I’ve been to many nude beaches around the world, but never a nude resort. Has anyone reading been? How was it?

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