Sapphire Beach Club Resort
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSapphire Beach Club Resort Cupecoy Bay
This place is a great alternative to resort staying. For the price you get a lot more bang for your buck. We rented a 2 bedroom condo which comfortably fit 4 people. A balcony on the upper floors looks over the ocean (including a hot tub!) There was a small gift/grocery shop downstairs which gives you everything you need to cook with in your very own fully equipped kitchen. The staff was friendly. Pool lacked in landscaping but they did not have much room to work with. Car rental station and concierge were easily accessible on the main floor. There isn't really a beach BUT you are within walking distance of Mullet Bay and a secluded beach next door.
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