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    We are going to CN in Sept. this year. We went to CSA in May 2013 and CSS in May 2014. The only other time that we traveled to Jamaica was in Sept before we discovered Couples Resorts; we stayed at Rose Hall Beach Iberostar at Montego Bay. During that trip, there weren't any crowds. Is it the same at Couples or does it really matter what time of the year we go? 145 days until we are back to one of our favorite places!!! Yes, we are counting, every day!

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    Even though there are never crowds at couples because of the boutique style resorts, they are especially quiet in September. Our very favorite time to go.
    Juliann & Jeff
    Jamaica Soon Come

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    We go to CN every winter (Jan-Feb) during high season when the resort is 100% booked. It never feels crowded.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bows View Post
    We are going to CN in Sept. this year. We went to CSA in May 2013 and CSS in May 2014. The only other time that we traveled to Jamaica was in Sept before we discovered Couples Resorts; we stayed at Rose Hall Beach Iberostar at Montego Bay. During that trip, there weren't any crowds. Is it the same at Couples or does it really matter what time of the year we go? 145 days until we are back to one of our favorite places!!! Yes, we are counting, every day!
    We went to CSA last year at the same time (August 30 - September 7), and it was VERY empty! Enough people to enjoy meeting new people, but not enough that it ever felt crowded! By the way, I notice you went to CSA in 2013 but you're going to CN this year. Did you like CSA, and just want to try something different?

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