Getaway vacations, which are popular with vacationers and non-vacationers alike, have long been a staple of the Caribbean.
But that popularity has dwindled as more resort resorts have moved away from the beach to avoid the costly and long-lasting tropical heat and humidity.
But as more resorts have opened up to the elements, the resort industry has taken notice.
With the opening of two new resorts in Bora and Riviera Maya, resort officials are beginning to see how to capitalize on the rising popularity of cheap beach vacation, even if they do not have a beach vacation in mind.
With resort budgets getting squeezed, resorts are increasingly turning to cheaper options like car rentals and other accommodations that are popular among travelers and nonvacant residents alike.
This is especially true when the resorts open at the same time.
“The more people who come out for a vacation, the more money they are going to make,” said Andrew Hahn, director of the resort division at Hotel Indigo, which operates the two new Bora resorts.
“It is a little more affordable, but we are doing it for the same reasons as everybody else.
We are doing the same thing that everyone else is doing: We are selling rooms for the exact same price.”
The new resorts, BoraBora and La Calamari, are just two of the new resort developments that have opened this year.
Both resorts have been designed with resort guests in mind, and both offer a mix of luxury and affordable amenities.
The Bora beach resort, which opened in November, features a pool, gym, bar and other amenities, while the Riviera Beach Resort in December added a new wellness center, a gym, sauna and bar, and a food court.
The resort’s pool, for example, has an open-air pool, where guests can chill in the sun and watch a live show.
The Riviera beach resort’s fitness center, which will be a separate, separate facility for its residents, features an outdoor workout area, a treadmill, elliptical machines, yoga studios, and more.
For its guests, the Bora Beach resort will also offer a restaurant and a bar.
And, for those who are staying in the resort for longer than a week, there will be lounges and private pools.
“We are offering the same experience, with the same amenities,” Hahn said.
“If you have a long time to go, it is a good way to go.
If you have only a few days to go or a week to go you are going too far and you are not going to have a great time.
You are going back to your hotel room, you are staying at your hotel.
And that is a pretty good experience.”
The Bona Bora resort has a total of 25 rooms and seven suites.
For those who prefer a smaller space, BonaBora offers a two-bedroom and three-bedroom resort.
The two resorts each have two pools and three lounging areas, and there is a sauna, saunas, sawhorses, a saunter, two sauna tubs and a spa, among other amenities.
“Our resort is a great combination of the luxury and the affordability,” said Kristin Bostrom, who manages the Bona Beach Resort, which includes the two resorts.
The amenities include the BolaBora pool, which is a closed-circuit swimming pool, a spa and sauna.
The spa offers a large tub, a steam room, a hot tub, massage chairs, a yoga mat and a treadmill.
The Spa has an on-site sauna facility, and the resort also has a saucy sauna area.
The hotel has a fitness center that has an elliptical machine, a pool and saunters, and another sauna room.
The new resort, Bola Bora, has 12 suites and two separate loungers.
“You get to walk around and feel like you are in a different place,” Bostroms said.
The Hilton Bora Resort has a two bed, two bath, four-bedroom, two-bathroom resort, with a separate spa, a two sauntering area, two fitness centers, a swimming pool and a saucer.
The Hyatt Bora is a four-bed, two bathroom, three-bath, two bedroom resort with a pool.
The Dillard’s Bora also has three bedrooms and four baths.
Both are on the beach.
Guests can also book private villas in the Boca resort.
In addition to the new resorts opening this year, Hilton has opened two new hotels in Boca, and one of the properties is the Dillards resort, where the Boralas resort is located.
In 2016, Hilton opened its first Borala resort, and in 2016, it also opened a second resort, Dillard.
The newly opened