Caribbean resorts and hotels are like the region’s various islands—each has their individual matchless set of amenities, from beautiful beaches and award-winning restaurants to cool coastal design and swoon-worthy views. Whether you’re seeking the glitz and glamour of a palatial estate or the quiet romance of a secluded beachfront bungalow, you’ll find your match in our ultimate Caribbean vacation guide.
01 of 3 Jade Mountain, St. Lucia
Does everything scream “this is heaven” more than on open hotel space? One glance at Cliffside aerie in the Cliffs of St. Lucia and you will see why it is been voted one of the planet’s finest and unique honeymoon hotels year in and year out. Every sanctuary as rooms as rightly named features an open 4th wall which to soak in the sweeping sight of the Island’s great Pitons – whether it is from your private infinity pool or whirlpool bathroom tub. When you can handle to drag yourself away from your individual paradise, head to the restaurant, where an award-winning chef prepares multi-course food menus on demand.
02 of 3 Nisbet Plantation Beach Club, St. Kitts and Nevis
The surviving remnants of an older sugar plantation, including the ruins of the mill and an 1178 great home, lend NISBET charm and undeniable history. Here, cottage style spaces – bright take on the plantation style with avocado shaded walls, screened patios and cane furniture are scattered across coconut palm laden fields that lead down to a powdery beach. Lunch-dinner both spotlight specialties, but most people rave about Thursday nights, when there is a beachfront BBQ and live music.
03 of 3 GoldenEye Hotel & Resort, Jamaica
James Bond, if the names Golden Eye provides you a flashback of your loved-one secret agent, there is a reason. This Caribbean Chic estate on northern coast officially belonged to Ian Fleming, who penned the actual 007 series. Currently, both sun seekers and cinephiles come to stay in the hot sexy villas, which are decked out with vibrant lounges, steamy outdoors showers, and claw-foot tubs. The hotel’s centerpiece: Fleming’s dramatic 3-bedroom home and its 2 restaurants, where you can watch the day’s end while sipping a martini