The Caribbean has a best choice of luxury hotel with amazing spas that can offer their rivals more than a run for their cash – in terms of setting, facilities and the standard of treatments.
Four seasons Resort Nevis
With an immaculate golf course, 3 pools, ten tennis courts and the long white sands of Penney’s Beach, the 196-room 4 season resort Nevis attracts a sporty crowd adding lots of families. Its big spa complex is both palatial and private with spacious open-air relaxation places and a herb garden. The big choice of treatment contains a Caribbean Fusion massage with coconut milk and lemongrass, along with rituals developed with the Themae Spa in Paris.
Well-Being Cara Organic Beauty Spa
Carlisle Bay, tucked away on its own south-coast beach, sets a quality for Caribbean hotels with its relax, stylish interiors and a wonderfully restrained spa. Many Caribbean spas tend to be a pretty gawdy or dated, but the Blue spa, like the rest of this hotel, is fabulously restrained and oozes a steely choice. It may be little, but it delivers. There are facials using NaturaBisse super brand and you can also dabble with scrubs, wraps and massages.
BodyHoliday close to St Lucia northern tip, the all-inclusive rates contain a fifty minute treatment each day in the big Moorish spa complex, Pilates, plus Yoga, and tai chi sessions, and a host of sports activities. For an all-inclusive, the food is best, and with attractive single rooms and the choice of communal dining, the hotel is famous with solo visitors.
Curtain Bluff, set on not one but 2 beaches to the Antigua south, is an all-inclusive luxury hotel with a big range of sporting activities on offer. Rooms are luxurious and contemporary, with plush fabrics and marble bathrooms. They all have a remarkable view of the sea.