The Top 10: best luxury resorts in the Caribbean
from the Fantastic the Luxury Travel Expert (visit Here)
Under the cerulean blue of an endless Bahamian sky, wrapped in a the turquoise waters of an exuberant sea, One&Only Ocean Club nestles peacefully along a shore of a delicate white sand beach. The resort, once a private estate, reflects the glamorous ambience and posh exclusivity of a grand colonial manshion, welcoming the generations of the world’s travelling elite. All 105 luxurious guestrooms, suites, and villas exude a warm and inviting ambience with modern conveniences, and come with spacious balconies or patios offering garden or ocean views.. The discreet services of a personal butler, 24 hours a day, are included.
Jumby Bay, a Rosewood Resort, is set on a 300-acre private island 2 miles off the coast of Antigua. The resort offers an upscale Caribbean escape midst rare tropical plants, three superb white-sand beaches and winding paths lined by lofty palms for strolling and biking. After a $28 million makeover in 2010, the ultra-luxurious resort re-emerged with unique new attractions including the Rosewood Spa, 28 new spacious suites, the new open-air Verandah Restaurant, and several lavish villas and estate homes with private pools and full access to the many amenities of Jumby Bay.
Jumby Bay, a Rosewood Resort, also features on our top 10 list of the world’s most exclusive private island resorts.
The remotely located Four Seasons Resort Nevis sits on a large, attractive beach, basking in the near-perfect weather of this little-known wonder in the Caribbean West Indies. Almost all rooms have beautiful mountains or ocean views, and feature an updated decor that has a Ralph Lauren-like look, with a blue-and-yellow scheme accented by pops of color and dark wood furniture. You can rejuvenate at one of the 3 pools, find tranquillity in the resort’s award-winning spa, or play golf while taking in the dramatic Caribbean island views of one of the world’s most scenic courses.
The Puerto Rico flagship of the Starwood Hotels group enjoys a romantic setting in a Caribbean coconut plantation, nestled between a lush national forest and the sparkling sea. Amidst verdant foliage, you can relax in one of 139 exquisitely furnished rooms, where private terraces lead to spectacular ocean views. All rooms come with St Regis’ iconic Butler service. Here, pleasure is a daily mantra, where you can tee off at the challenging Robert Trent Jones, Jr. golf course, succumb to exclusive Remède Spa pampering, savor Jean-Georges’ acclaimed cuisine, lounge at the pool esplanade or bask on our pristine, sandy beach.
Sir Richard Branson’s 74 acre private island is unquestionably one of the most idyllic place in Caribbean and now part of Virgin Limited Edition, Branson’s portfolio of unique retreats. The beautiful Balinese-style houses have teak furniture, crisp linens, and amazing views of the ocean. You can dine on sumptuous dishes in locations around the island prepared by your personal chefs, choosing the menu and the site to suite your whims. Necker Island made news for all the wrong reasons in August 2011 when a lightning strike set fire to the Great House, but after £9million restauration is open for business again after an extensive restoration.
Necker Island also features on our top 10 list of the world’s most exclusive private island resorts.
Think of the magnificent architecture along the French and Italian Rivieras. Add a touch of Spanish Colonial design. And now imagine an enclave of these storybook villas set among the dreamy landscape of the Caribbean. That’s Eden Roc at Cap Cana, where Milan-based architect Marina Nova has created the most alluring hotel design in the islands. It’s European glamour with a Caribbean twist. The 34 free-standing suites celebrate the beauty unfolding outside with expansive windows, verandas and patios, creating myriad spots to experience paradise uninterrupted. Each suite has its own swimming pool and spa area.
Parrot Cay by COMO, a favourite among celebrities, is an award-winning luxury resort set on its own private island of 1,000 unspoilt acres with a mile-long powdery soft beach. This exclusive island hideaway delivers foot-in-the-sand luxury with COMO’s service ethic, holistic therapies, yoga, diving and world-class cuisine. All rooms and suites have whitewashed interiors furnished with soft, cotton-covered chairs, airy four-poster beds and teak furnishing. The real stars are the private villas, with their own pools, direct beach access as well as the 24-hour service of COMO’s acclaimed butlers.
Parrot Cay by COMO also features on our top 10 list of the world’s most exclusive private island resorts.
To read our review of Parrot Cay, click here.
Somewhere between idyllic and perfection sits a Puerto Rico resort of such intimate luxury and rare character, it calls to those who believe every journey should be a voyage of discovery. Once a 1,400-acre sugar plantation owned by the Livingston family, Dorado Beach caught the eye of conservationist visionary Laurance S. Rockefeller, who in the 1950s transformed the lush landscape into Puerto Rico’s most exclusive luxury resorts. With its serene coastline, private residences, spa sanctuary, and a harmonious sense of place that blends masterfully into the natural surroundings, Dorado Beach, invites guests to arrive spellbound, and depart speechless.
Jade Mountain delivers romance in a very unique way from its hilltop location in a verdant corner of the tropical island St Lucia. The impressive design, with individual bridges leading to exceptional infinity pool suites and rugged stoned-faced columns reaching towards the sky, makes Jade Mountain one of the Caribbean’s most mesmerizing resort experiences, especially for honeymooners. With the fourth wall entirely absent, Jade Mountain’s 29 suites (called “sanctuaries”) are stage-like settings from which to embrace the full glory of St Lucia’s twin peaks, the Pitons World Heritage Site, and of course, the eternal Caribbean Sea.
To read our review of Jade Mountain, click here.
Welcome to our favorite Caribbean hideaway! Set on the beautiful island of Providenciales in the Turks and Caicos Islands, Amanyara is a secluded haven embracing the best elements of the Caribbean. Bordering the pristine reefs of Northwest Point Marine National Park, acclaimed for some of the world’s best wall and reef diving, the ultraluxurious resort is blessed with crystal clear turquoise water and a powder-white beach (with some rocky parts). Offering 40 timber-shingled Guest Pavilions tucked along the coast and a number of Aman Villas, the resort enjoys a contemporary layout and design, open to the sights and sounds of the turquoise sea.
Amanyara also features on our top 10 list of the most beautiful hotel beaches in the world.
To read our review of Amanyara, click here.
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