Most Luxurious Hotels in the Caribbean

View of caribbean resort

by naomi stern

Once scoured by fierce pirates in their search for lost treasures, the Caribbean have now turned into the ultimate summer destination. Turquoise waters, fine sand beaches and forever green, lush vegetation are only some of the promises of a Caribbean vacation. As for the hidden treasures, well, they seem to have come to surface in the shape of luxurious retreats and five star hotels. Whether you are planning an unforgettable honeymoon or the holiday of your live, today I have prepared for you a top of the most luxurious hotels in the Caribbean:

Sandy Lane in Barbados

sandy lane luxury apartment

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Long before cheap flights, cruise deals and all-inclusive offers there was the exclusivist, posh Sandy Lane hotel in Barbados. After some serious renovations and modernizations the resort reopened in 2001. With its top-notch L’Acajou restaurant, numerous sports facilities and flawless services, Sandy Lane lives up to its fame.

Atlantis Resort in Bahamas

One of the towers at Atlantis BahamasAtlantis Resort in Bahamas might not be the first option for honeymooners, but it’s definitely a children’s paradise. Just imagine a Caribbean version of Vegas, minus the noise, crowds and impossible heat. Water sports, activities for all age groups, a water park, an aquarium and numerous pools make the ingredients of a perfect family vacation. As for adults, they can as well enjoy the casinos, classy restaurants, lounges, concerts and shows (many of which host celebs from the continent).

Half Moon Resort in Jamaica

relaxing on Jamaica beach

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If your definition of luxury includes activities like golf, horse riding by the sea, relaxing at the spa and dining in a signature restaurant, than Half Moon is the place for you. The white cottages and private beaches give the place a colonial charm. However, if you ever get bored of too much pampering (?) you can always adventure yourself outside the resort and get a taste of the exuberant Jamaica. That is, of course, if you can resist the temptation of an over water spa bungalow or the no less than 54 pools that are part of the resort.

Little Dix Bay in British Virgin Islands

Tortola Island in British Virgin IslandsThis coquette resort in the British Virgin Island is not as much about designer hotel rooms and sumptuous lofts. Here on this isolated beach, is all about the view. Depending on your tastes and preferences, you can choose between different types of accommodation, from ocean view villas to tree house cottages.  No matter what your choice will be, the exotic gardens, shady alleys and clear waters are guaranteed to comfort you and help you regain your Zen.

 

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