The Cool Pool of the Week: The "Nude Pool" at Hedonism II in Negril, Jamaica

The "Nude Pool" at Hedonism II in Negril, Jamaica, is perfect for Millennials who dare to get bare.

This famous 280-room, adults-only, clothing-optional, all-inclusive beach resort was created as a haven where guests can feel comfortable and at ease being exactly who they are. 

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That’s why Hedonism II has a no-clothes-allowed “Nude” side and a clothing-optional “Prude” side. 

Though the resort offers three freshwater pools and three cold plunge pools, the Nude Pool is by far the most fun. 

Situated a few feet away from the beach on the “Nude” side of the resort, this pool is open 24/7 and has a swim-up bar open from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. The bar also reopens from 11 p.m. to 5 a.m. daily, pouring unlimited premium liquor. While all six pools allow nudity, this is the only one that requires it. 

More About the Hotel

All rooms at this hotel include flat screen televisions, refrigerators, a Euro-style Jacuzzi shower or rain shower, a coffee maker, and a safety deposit box. 

Rooms also include views of the hotel's tropical gardens or views of the oceanfront. Some rooms have direct beach access and outdoor Jacuzzis.

The hotel's “Nude” category includes Garden View, Ocean View, and new, fully renovated Premium Rooms located on the hotel's nude side of the resort. 

The “Prude” category has Garden View and Ocean View rooms located on the hotel's quieter, clothing-optional beach and gardens. Guests of either category are welcome on both sides of the resort. However, nudity is not permitted in the main public areas.

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