These new overwater bungalows in Jamaica are what sweet vacation dreams are made of

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New Overwater Bungalows In Jamaica Are What Dreams Are Made Of

Do you love the idea of a tropical beach vacation, but hate the thought of sharing your slice of paradise with mobs of fellow travelers?

Sandals has you covered.

The company recently announced a new line-up of individual overwater bungalows that come complete with spacious accommodations, dazzling views and (obviously) boat service to the main resort.

Did we mention it's also all inclusive?

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Get your best Instagram captions ready, as other amenities include a private infinity pool, glass-bottom floors and a hammock hanging over the clear, brilliant turquoise water.

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Oh, and a personal butler is included in the package because, at that point, why would it not be?

Though the bungalows don't officially open until November, Sandals Royal Caribbean is now accepting reservations, which will likely sell like hot cakes.

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Unfortunately, the spectacular suites aren't exactly budget friendly -- staying at one of the heavenly properties, which are located in Montego Bay, Jamaica, will set you back about $4,000 per night.

Talk about lifestyles of the rich and famous.

Until a cheaper option appears, the rest of us plebeians can merely gaze upon them wistfully.

*sigh*

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