Post # 1
My FI and I have fairly recently gone wheat and gluten free. We have Been to the all-inclusive resorts and love them and really want an all-inclusive honeymoon so we don’t have to deal with anything. Is there a place that exists that is all-inclusive yet also maybe offering GF?! We are open to travel anywhere!
I guess worse case we could let it go for a week but we really would rather not..
Post # 3
@Gribberama: You might wanna check out this Gluten-Free Travel Site. They recommend Sandals resorts.
Post # 4
Thank you! I’ll check it out!
Post # 5
We are going to CocoBay in Antigua, and I’ve read they will cater to your allergies or preferences. Maybe just say you have an allergy wherever you do go? Although that doesn’t guarantee their honesty, when preparing the dishes. : (
Post # 6
We went to the Bahia Principe in Jamaica. I found the buffet (which I know is always a NO NO for GF) was actually safe. There was tons of salad, and the risk for CC seemed very low. All of the meat and fish was only cooked in oil. The restaurants on the resort totally had no clue what gluten free really meant though. It wasn’t the best vacation, I’ll say that about Jamaica but the price was right and I did not have a single reaction out there. Having said that, the staff are really hit or miss about it. Don’t rely on them, stick to veg and meat and you’ll do fine. FTR the jerk chicken has soy sauce in it.
You could also rent a condo somewhere and cook for yourself. That’s what we did in Mexico. The only downside was getting groceries at the beginning of the week and cooking for yourself on vacation isn’t exactly being pampered.
Post # 7
- Wedding: October 2014 - Disney
I’ve been GF for 10 years due to celiac. We love Disney! It is really fantastic for GF dining.
Post # 8
Celebrity cruises work really well with allergies. I’m looking forward to not having to worry!
Post # 9
This is an All Inclusive in Costa Rica that has a private chef who cooks only for you. Best of both worlds! It was pretty reasonable too and included all kinds of stuff, everything was unlimited, even alcohol … yeaa!!
Another thought is the Club Med locations. Have you looked at those? They literally have rooms full of food at every meal, so you ae sure to find things that work for you. They have them all over the world too!
Post # 10
Royal Carribean seems to have done a great job taking care of my family who have a variety of allergies (i.e. 2 are gluten free, 1 is soy free, 1 is diary free). They can’t really eat to easily at the buffet (and the cruise doesn’t recommend it) but the dining room makes whatever they need. On days where they were going on long excursions that ship also prepared lunch to go for them since they wouldn’t be able to find anything to eay on shore. Typically the boats won’t let you take food off, so they are really flexible that way.
Post # 11
We just returned from Dreams in Puerto Vallarta and they had several GF items on the menu at all of their restaurants.