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    Default For those who do not respect just a few rules of conduct...

    Greetings to all:

    It has been recently reported that there was some inappropriate Public Displays of Affection in the pool or jacuzzi at Couples Sans Souci's Sunset Beach.

    I am compelled to reiterate that none of our resorts will tolerate overt sexual activity in public by any guests.

    If you are one of the offending couples reading this post. Please do not come back to Couples Resorts. You are not welcome.

    If you are yet to arrive and intend to "do your thing" in public, please be advised that -if caught - you may be asked to pack your bags immediately and be escorted off property without compensation.

    Further, our au naturel facilities are for couples only. No solo visitors please - regardless...

    I hope this is stated clearly enough. :-(

    Couples Resorts

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    Thank you Randy for clearing that up. There's been too much ado about single guys, and inappropriate behavior at the AN areas of the resorts. The AN experience is just that, not sexual, and those that make it into that should be banned.

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    Good to hear as the first week of April there was a group pushing the limits of acceptable behavior

    Jim & Rita

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    Wow, I'm glad somebody reported the PDAs, we'd already commented on the solo visitor situation, guess we had quite a week with both going on! Thanks for the post Randy!
    (Karen&Paul)

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    This is gonna sound like a stupid question probably, but what about your room? If you happen to get kinda loud and the door to the balcony is open, is that considered inappropriate?

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    Randy; there were two solo female visitors to AN beach @ Negril when I went there alone also. If you want no solo people there, but a sign at the beach stating no single persons. (current sign doesn't state this) The females were not asked to leave, nor was I. If this is the rule, it must be applied to female/male equally. I know everyone is freaking out about single males, but it should also apply to single female visitors too.

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    areo87,
    Nope, but it is considered setting the bar kinda high!

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    FYI...accomodation have to be made for the gay community...as I have seen a few same sex couples at the resorts...so if they choose to use the AN then they should be able to..."Just like every other couple"....Just Sayin

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    Quote Originally Posted by YanksSox View Post
    FYI...accomodation have to be made for the gay community...as I have seen a few same sex couples at the resorts...so if they choose to use the AN then they should be able to..."Just like every other couple"....Just Sayin
    Odd...where in this thread did you get the idea that gays were excluded? Pretty sure they aren't a problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by YanksSox View Post
    FYI...accomodation have to be made for the gay community...as I have seen a few same sex couples at the resorts...so if they choose to use the AN then they should be able to..."Just like every other couple"....Just Sayin
    The problem is how do you know they're a couple and not just two guys ditching their wives? The world is getting too confusing for me....LOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by randymon View Post
    Greetings to all:

    It has been recently reported that there was some inappropriate Public Displays of Affection in the pool or jacuzzi at Couples Sans Souci's Sunset Beach.

    I am compelled to reiterate that none of our resorts will tolerate overt sexual activity in public by any guests.

    If you are one of the offending couples reading this post. Please do not come back to Couples Resorts. You are not welcome.

    If you are yet to arrive and intend to "do your thing" in public, please be advised that -if caught - you may be asked to pack your bags immediately and be escorted off property without compensation.

    Further, our au naturel facilities are for couples only. No solo visitors please - regardless...

    I hope this is stated clearly enough. :-(
    Interesting. My wife reported a situation on Tower Isle last year that involved two women who were certainly putting on a show with no attempt to hide what they were doing and there was no question as to what they were doing.

    There was no post about that nor even a response to her complaint. I'm just sayin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Questor View Post
    Interesting. My wife reported a situation on Tower Isle last year that involved two women who were certainly putting on a show with no attempt to hide what they were doing and there was no question as to what they were doing.

    There was no post about that nor even a response to her complaint. I'm just sayin.
    I was there last year and witnessed that show as well. What truly bothered me about the incident was when I spoke to the bartender and asked him to please put a stop to the performance, I was told it was fine....that those kinds of things happen all the time and it is no big deal. Not quite the response I was hoping for. Similarly , this year a man came alone onto CN's AN beach and he was quite the gawker. He did this a few times while we were there, so at one point we asked security to please address the problem, being that no single men are welcome on the AN side of the beach. We were told by security and the bartender that they are indeed allowed if they are guests at the resort!I knew this to be untrue but had no cooperation from the staff. So we had no recourse except to ask the man to leave ourselves.Perhaps the problem is in communication with staff through management in ALL of the AN facilities. It certainly would have been more pleasant for us if the resort had handled the situation rather the guests policing other guests.

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    We witnessed "behavior" at the island once and Damion did take care of it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vickyj View Post
    We witnessed "behavior" at the island once and Damion did take care of it.
    Well of course Damian was not the bartender that day, had he been there I don't believe the situation would have escalated as it had. Damian did come over to the island though, I don't know if he was called to the island or just a lucky coincidence that he showed up,but when he arrived he handled it immediately and the situation was quickly resolved. Not all staff are as amazing as Damian...He is one in a million!! However I do think the staff should all be on the same page, as far as the rules. What is tolerated and what is not, and enforced by all of them, if need be.
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    All I can say is that we have been to CN for many years and LOVE it. There are times when I or Brad go back to the room for a break from the sun, the other will usually stay on the beach or just go in the water until the other returns. We certainly hope that this 'freedom' doesn't change. In the 7 years we have been going to CN, we have met wonderful people and have never seen issues at all that have given us a moment's concern. PLEASE DON'T CHANGE ANYTHING because of a few classless people.

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    So guys are never allowed to be at Sunset Beach without their wives? I disagree. My wife had to return to our room two or three times (for several hours at a pop) to attend to Skype calls for business. I stayed at the beach. I did not have a problem with being there by myself, nor did anyone else.

    So...a clarification...can guys ever be at Sunset Beach by themselves?
    Ohio Couple...looking forward to shots of Appleton and Jamaican food and the SSB experience!

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    I was there the first week of April..don't remember seeing anything out of the ordinary. Care to elaborate? Just curious...
    Ohio Couple...looking forward to shots of Appleton and Jamaican food and the SSB experience!

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    When I was at CN in April there was one guy alone at the AN beach - I thought it was strange at first. But then it started to rain and everyone headed for the hot tub and we all started talking. He was a nice guy who said he wife refused to come over to the other side. So it really didn't bother me. However, if he was a gawker that's a different story. I would have complained. Oh how I wish I was back there right now!

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    I don't think a blanket policy is the way to go. As has been noted above, there can be individuals whose spouse for one reason or another is not with him/her at the AN beach who act appropriately. Those people (which would have included myself at times during our last stay at CN) should not be held guilty due to the actions of others. However if you act inappropriately -- alone or with your spouse -- action should be taken.

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    The problem is that if you allow single males to go to the Island at CTI for example, it will in my opinion become male dominated. My wife only agreed to go to the island in the first place, because she was on even ground withe rest of the COUPLES on the island. If it were to become a meat market for the single males to oggle the women, it would then affect my vacaction because my wife would no longer enjoy that portion of our trip. I am perfectly happy to tan on the island when my wife is able to join me. If she is busy doing something else, I do likewise.

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    There was a guy at CN last week almost everyday by himself. Security never said a word or even checked up back.
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    I understand how your wife might feel. Again this may be an example of where blanket rules don't always apply. For example, the AN section at CN is not on an Island. People come and go - back to their room, or for food, or whatever, for various periods of time. Probably more so than on the Island.

    I also have to wonder, since it is Couples and everyone there is part of a couple, is it really likely that you are going to end up with a bunch of single men spending time in the AN area without their spouse?

    I get the feeling that there was some inappropriate behaviour by a small number of people at a resort, and there is a bit of a knee-jerk reaction to the situation as often happens these days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MattnCindy View Post
    I don't think a blanket policy is the way to go. As has been noted above, there can be individuals whose spouse for one reason or another is not with him/her at the AN beach who act appropriately. Those people (which would have included myself at times during our last stay at CN) should not be held guilty due to the actions of others. However if you act inappropriately -- alone or with your spouse -- action should be taken.
    While I agree that if you act inappropriately, alone or with your spouse, that action should be taken, the purpose behind a blanket policy is to equalize enforcement and comfort. If you have a blanket policy, there is none of the "well so and so let me be here", "I'm not doing anything wrong", etc. It's cut and dry - If you are alone, be prepared to be asked to leave the AU Natural section. These type of rules are in place to protect both the guests and the employees.

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    cheers to that!! my wife Jenny an myself are landing in mobay in 54 hrs an 47 mins haha an love cn and the an or naked beach lol some of these people should just get that stick outta..wherever an just have fun, like we are gonna have. wish we could meet u guys!!

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    My wife and I have been to all the beaches at CN and have never felt uncomfortable nor have we done anything that would make others feel that way. I've never seen anything like that it, we always just have a great time.

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