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  1. Facials at Couples Sans Souci

    A facial is one of the best ways to take care of your skin, especially when it's given by an experienced, knowledgeable aesthetician. Facials serve the purpose to clean, exfoliate and nourish the skin thus promoting a clear, well-hydrated complexion which aids in the appearance of making your skin look younger.

    When you awake in one of our hotel rooms with the Caribbean sun warmly kissing your cheeks, it could be a message from the tropics that you are in need of a special island ...
  2. Couples Resorts Staff Spotlight: Frankie Williams

    Frankie Williams has spent much of his career as a Bellman at Couples Sans Souci. Through the years, he has welcomed guests with the true warmth of Jamaica and developed countless friendships with many of our returning guests.

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    Earlier this year in March, when Frankie became suddenly ill, his friends and colleagues, along with volunteers from the Issa Trust Foundation, surrounded him with love and life saving support.

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  3. Couples Resorts Staff Spotlight: Michell Brown

    It’s not just the lively music, mouth-watering food, tropical climate, amazing sunsets or sandy beaches that keep visitors returning to the tropical Caribbean Island of Jamaica; rather some say it’s the people. Couples Resorts owns and operates four all-inclusive resorts which provides employment for more than 1,600 staff. One such team member is Michell Brown, who has been a housekeeper at Couples Swept Away for the past 12 years.

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    Originally ...
  4. Couples Resorts Recipe Time: Escoveitch Fish

    Escoveitch Fish is a traditional Jamaican dish that is enjoyed by both locals and foreigners. The style of cooking originated in Europe/Mediterranean where it was known as ‘Escabeche’ and was then brought to Jamaica by the Spaniard. The dish can be described as being pickled since pickling was a great way of keeping food from spoiling in the days of no refrigeration. It is similar to a ceviche with the difference being that the fish is fried and not raw and served with bammy more times than not. ...
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  5. Couples Resorts Recipe Time: Ackee and Saltfish

    Jamaican food is known to be quite unique and diverse due in part to the blend of various cultures that are a part of the countries heritage such as: West African, Spanish, Portuguese, British, East Indian, Dutch, French, and Chinese. It is this history that has been combined to create some of the most flavourful tastes and cuisines in the Caribbean and where the countries motto “Out of Many One People” was derived.

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    Jamaica’s National Dish ...
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