Royal Caribbean’s private island is about to make you reconsider what it means to take a vacation in the Bahamas. Starting January 31, 2020, Coco Beach Club will be open for business. With a guest capacity of 450 and 20 overwater Cabanas that each come with a personal slide, you won’t want to stay anywhere else.

If the novelty wears off and you need a change of scenery, they also offer an infinity pool right by the water, a clubhouse, and daybeds to lounge around in, as well as a first-class restaurant.

The Bahamas are joining a growing trend of floating Cabanas in the Caribbean, with others located in Barbuda and Antigua.

To book a stay, you must reserve your place through Royal Caribbean, with prices beginning at $192 and going all the way up to $3049 per person, depending on what you want your vacation to look like. The floating Cabanas start at $999.

With a day pass option, you don’t necessarily have to pay to stay the night. From $34 for children and $54 for adults, you can make the most of all the amenities without paying overnight prices. Next time you plan a trip, consider making it to the Bahamas, where you’ll be so relaxed, you’ll float.