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Facebook Twitter . But there's one crucial difference: This property has been specially deed to accommodate plus-size people. All doorways have been widened, the chaise lounges are built to hold up to kilograms and the beds are reinforced with steel bars.

The end result, according to it's founder James King, is a "safe haven" where overweight people can travel, relax and be free "to do things other people take for granted," such as putting on a swimsuit or going for a walk on the beach "without feeling judged. Located in the Bahamian island of Eleuthera, The Resort is described as a "safe haven" for plus-size people. King was inspired to set up The Resort 15 years ago, while working at a hotel in Grenada after witnessing a female hotel guest sit on a beach chair "and literally go through it.

He says he tried to persuade the owners to acquire furniture that was stronger and sturdier, but his suggestions fell on deaf ears. However King soon discovered that there weren't any suitable fixtures on the market that met the needs of very overweight people anyway. After putting in years of research, he and his wife decided to take the plunge and set up what they describe as "the world's only plus-size friendly resort" after settling on a property in the idyllic Bahamian island, which is 80 kilometers east of Nassau.

Anything that could be adapted and put into a resort to accommodate plus-size people -- it just didn't exist. Comfort zone balance. All beds at the The Resort are king-size and steel-reinforced, so guests don't have to worry about breaking them. The Resort opened in , and while business was slow at the start, it's now booked up through spring and was recently featured in a documentary on UK channel ITV. The property, which has 24 rooms and five miles of private beach, only offers group bookings with a maximum of 28 people to ensure guests feel completely at ease.

King says the response to The Resort has been overwhelming, with travelers describing their stays there as "life changing. People who have never gone for walks on the beach because they're too embarrassed are walking a mile or two miles across the sand every day and doing cannon balls in our swimming pool.

Recognizing insecurities. Former guest Shawn-Marie Riley says she was able to feel "normal" again during her stay at the property. One such guest is year-old Shawn-Marie Riley, who visited The Resort in and plans to return as soon as she can.

The Texan says she was constantly worried about breaking chairs, fitting into bath tubs and being judged by other holidaymakers during vacations. But she was able to relax and wear a bikini without feeling uneasy during her time at the property, something she describes as "beyond a gift. While The Resort has been accused of "normalizing" obesity, Riley says this is far from the case. In fact, although the property caters to overweight people, anyone over the age of 18 is welcome to stay there, provided they are in reasonably good physical condition.

He explains that, although The Resort adheres to a rough maximum weight requirement of around kilograms due to the 40 foot elevation from the property to the beach, he's accepted guests who weighed over kilograms as they were "incredibly fit" and had no problem going up and down the stairs. Beautiful beaches. The Resort is located on the idyllic island of Eleuthera in the Bahamas. While The Resort's buffet meals system seems like a controversial choice, King says one of the main reasons behind this is to maintain the privacy of guests by limiting the need for servers.

I believe one bad meal ruins a holiday and I just won't tolerate that," he adds. No one is looking over their shoulder and saying, 'Hey. Weight Watchers says that's points. The island of Eleuthera, which takes its name from the Greek work meaning "free," is known for its beautiful beaches and calm waters. While guests can book activities like windsurfing and diving if they choose, most never leave the property during their six-day stay.

The Resort is run on Caribbean time and I get guests to remove their watches as soon as they arrive. He plans to set up a second resort in nearby Cat Island next year and has already found a suitable property. Meanwhile the Eleuthera site continues to thrive, with many upcoming bookings coming from returning guests. They remain active, less inhibited and less worried about what other people might think of them. Despite the success of his business venture, King stresses that The Resort wouldn't need to exist if standard hotels catered for plus-size people. For bookings contact James King.

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