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Which resort for early 20's to party

Brampton Ontario
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Which resort for early 20's to party

Travel date will be the end of May for 1 week

Looking for a resort for 4 early 20 year old males looking to party it up. They are hoping to find a resort that will have a younger crowd and a good night life. Looking to stay mostly on the resort and not venture off at night.

Been looking at Rui Montego Bay, Rui Ochos Rios, Rui Negril Gran Bahia Principe Jamacia, Grand Pineapple, or either of the Royal Decameron.

They want to have a good time and be able to mingle with some people of their own age.

If you have any other suggestions we are open to those as well.


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1. Re: Which resort for early 20's to party

One in Mexico. We talked to some 20 somethings that had hit DR and Mexicio in the past and wanted to try Jamaica. They said JA was of course awesome, but they party and club scene is non existant compared to the other places. They were a bit bummed that everyone was much older.

I am older, so that is just what I was told. I have not ever noticed very many younger kids in the airport or anywhere else.

Edited: 22 April 2014, 14:01
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2. Re: Which resort for early 20's to party

I can say that Royal Decameron Montego Bay is a pretty decent party spot for all ages. Nightlife can be a bit lacking however. Even though you said you don't want to leave the resort to party, Margaritaville is within walking distance of RDMB and is a pretty good party spot most nights. RDMB also has shuttles to Pier One on Friday nights which is also a good party spot.

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