Jade Mountain Resort, St. Lucia
The Jade Mountain Resort is perched on the edge of a cliff with one of the most spectacular vistas in the Caribbean: the Pitons, St. Lucia‘s twin volcanic peaks towering from the Caribbean Sea. This is one of the Caribbean’s top all-inclusive adult-only resorts.
Every room in the resort, including the guest rooms, is totally open to the ocean, giving you the impression of blending with the breathtaking vistas. The structure, which is erected on platforms reaching out towards the sea, is characterised by curvy lines and piled stone. Bridges connect the areas, emphasising the emphasis on the outside.
This tropical getaway is popular with honeymooners and couples since it caters to those wanting peace and luxury as well as more action-packed excitement – if you can pull yourself away from the resort.
The 24 open-sided guest rooms are suitably dubbed “sanctuaries,” and boast amenities like private infinity pools and 15-foot-high ceilings while remaining completely private.
All of the SKY Jacuzzi suites include huge living rooms, four-poster beds, sustainably sourced tropical hardwoods, local stone, jalousie louvres, Frette linens, and around-the-clock butlers (“Major Domos”) who can be called in seconds.
To maintain the resort’s tranquil atmosphere, no televisions or telephones are provided, while Wi-Fi is offered.
The food, which features a blend of tropical tastes, features fresh vegetables from the resort’s organic farm. At the Jade Mountain Club, you may eat by the infinity pool, or at Anse Mamin or Anse Chastanet, the 600-acre sister resorts on the silvery-sand beach below.
Swimming in the infinity pool, hiking and bicycling on the resort’s 600-acre plantation, resting at the spa, bird-watching, and yoga are all popular activities.
Kayaking, sailing, scuba diving, and snorkelling on the coral reefs are all available at Anse Chastanet beach, or you may make use of the resort’s shuttle service. Toning may be done at the gym for fitness aficionados. The floral gardens, the volcano, and the sulphur springs are also popular day outings.
Although all-inclusive prices are not required, they are a popular choice because of the secluded setting and high-quality food.
Petit St. Vincent Resort, St. Vincent & the Grenadines
You may be a social butterfly on Petit St. Vincent or hide away in your secluded sea-view villa and never see another soul. If you’re looking for an unplugged holiday with lots of sea air, sunshine, and quiet, this simple island resort, just a short boat ride from Union Island, is a fantastic fit. You’ll feel completely pampered with a staff-to-guest ratio of 3:1.
The bright and breezy stone-walled cottages and two-bedroom villas, tucked along the hillside or stretched along the beach, provide wonderful sea views. All include Italian linens, colourful splashes of Caribbean blues and greens, air conditioning, indoor and outdoor eating rooms, Bose iPod docking stations, Nespresso coffee makers, and sliding glass doors that lead up to large decks.
TVs, phones, and Wi-Fi are purposefully left off to allow you to unplug and relax, while Wi-Fi is accessible at reception. Simply raise the yellow flag at your cottage if you want assistance, and the attentive crew will respond. You can also raise the red flag to ensure complete anonymity.
Freshly caught fish, as well as fruits and vegetables from the island’s organic farm, are featured in the cuisine. You may sink your toes in the soft sand while dining under rustling palms at the Beach restaurant, or feast at the main restaurant high on the hillside. Weekly beach barbecues with music and dancing are a terrific way to meet and mingle with other visitors.
Swimming and snorkelling in the water (PSV does not have a pool), sailing, yoga, tennis, golf on a neighbouring island, and private lunches at a place of your choice are just a few of the activities available. The Balinese-inspired spa’s variety of calming body treatments can assist you in transitioning into relaxation mode.
Sandals Royal Caribbean Resort & Private Island, Montego Bay
Sandals Royal Caribbean is a favourite choice for honeymooners and hopeless romantics, with over-the-water villas that are among the first of their kind in the Caribbean.
The Play at 3 Program, which offers you unrestricted access to two other neighbouring Sandals resorts and widens your choice of amenities to 20 restaurants, 12 pools, and 10 whirlpools, is one of the numerous bonuses here. The tariffs include round-trip transportation between the resorts.
The resort’s new over-the-water bungalows, positioned around the resort’s own island, are the best of the group. The outdoor bathing tubs for two and double hammocks add to the romanticism, as do the see-through glass flooring that allows a peek into the aquatic beauty below.
Butlers, 24-hour room service, air conditioning, and smart TVs are all included in these bungalows. Water taxis carry you back and forth between the island and the mainland, and some bungalows have infinity pools on their outside decks.
From lawn chess and bocce ball to beach volleyball, croquet, and water sports, there’s something for everyone. Another huge plus is that motorised water sports and SCUBA dives are included in the pricing. You may also stay in shape at the fitness facility, unwind in the spa with peaceful island-inspired treatments, or meet with other couples at the adjacent sister resorts.
The resort’s décor is unmistakably British, with afternoon tea and dancing peacocks, but for a unique flavour of the Far East, visit the Thai restaurant on the resort’s private island.
Baoase Luxury Resort, Curaçao
Do you adore the island of Bali? The boutique Baoase Luxury Resort in Curacao offers a taste of it in the Caribbean. The atmosphere is pleasant and calm, with dark woods, antique furnishings, and ultra-luxurious open-air homes evoking Balinese grandeur.
The chic lodgings include 23 rooms, suites, and expansive villas, 12 of which include large private plunge pools surrounded by beautiful gardens. Many of them also come with fully furnished kitchens. Other luxuries include smart TVs, Sonos sound systems, and iPads.
Are you travelling in a group and want some privacy? Book the private island getaway, which includes a powerboat and an infinity pool.
The Baoase Culinary Beach Restaurant serves innovative French cuisine with an Asian twist. If you choose the all-inclusive package, you’ll have a personal butler at your disposal, as well as the option of a private supper prepared by the award-winning Michelin-starred chef.
In your leisure time, you may book a relaxing spa treatment, relax on the beautiful white-sand beach, work out at the gym, take a Jet Ski trip around the bay, or participate in a dolphin encounter.