5 Resorts In Caribbean Islands That You Must Visit


The Caribbean is one of those places that everyone should visit at least once in their lives. Beautiful scenic views of blue waters against the picturesque beaches, make for the perfect location to enjoy a vacation. Here are the best 5 resorts in the Caribbean that you must visit.

Le Barthélemy Hotel & Spa, St. Barts

This is an incredibly sophisticated resort situated on the eastern end of Grand Cul-de-Sac, one of St. Bart’s most scenic beaches with shallow water perfect for activities like kayaking, snorkelling, and windsurfing. Located between the beach and lagoon, this resort is a must stay for nature lovers. The resort also boasts clean, simple architecture with extra-large rooms, a convivial staff, and superb dining.

The resort is also located near a lot of places that can be considered a heaven for nature and scenic lovers like me. The staff can give pinpoint directions for some thrilling hikes to watering holes backed by wondrous scenery.

Eden Rock – St Barts

Eden Rock is located on a rocky promontory surrounded by white sandy beaches, gin-clear sea and amazing coral reefs full of colourful wild sea life. Voted ‘Best Hotel in The World’ by Condé Nast Traveller in 2016, Eden Rock has fully remade itself since Hurricane Irma passed over the island in September 2017. You can enjoy a terrific range of activities at Eden Rock – St Barths. From gyming and training to relaxing on gorgeous white sandy beaches to watersports and boat trips, this resort provides all! Even art, music and gourmet are accommodated here.

Eden Rock – St Barths is an ideal destination for families, looking for relaxation, play and pleasure. The hotel welcomes children of all ages providing them with a wide variety of fun games and activities.

Jade Mountain Resort, St. Lucia

Jade mountain resort is located on the gorgeous St. Lucia’s south-western coast. Jade Mountain embraces indoor-outdoor living. Its gorgeous scenic views have made it one of the top bucket-list Caribbean resorts. The bedroom and living areas are open to a private infinity pool that overlooks St. Lucia’s Pitons World Heritage Site. Other amenities are private infinity pools, beautiful panoramic views, spa, fitness studio, outside terrace, and access to its sister resort Anse Chastanet.

Secret Bay, Dominica

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Secret Bay hotel is set on a lush hillside in rugged Dominica. The resort is surrounded by crystal-clear Caribbean views. This resort is an unspoilt island secret that’s almost too good to share.

Here, you can spend your days lounging in a hammock in the private garden, swimming in your private pool and strolling the beach by moonlight. For activities, you can head down to the beach for a spot of sea kayaking, snorkelling or paddle-boarding. For those who’d rather take it easy, there are Carribean cooking classes and a serene spa hut.

When it comes to dining, book a private chef to whip up vibrant Carribean cuisine in the privacy of your villa, or have your personal villa attendant secure a table at beachfront restaurant Zing Zing, where the chefs have free reign to customise dishes based on the freshest produce available that morning.

Curtain Bluff, Antigua

Curtain Bluff is flanked by water on both sides and sits on a peninsula between two beautiful beaches. One is calm, ideal for swimming and water sports; the other beach is washed by the ocean surf, perfect for sunbathing. Both beaches have beach concierge service for your convenience.

This resort has 72 rooms and suites, all with staggering beachfront views, are spread out along the Surf Beach and up the bluff. There are two restaurants: the open-walled Tamarind Restaurant serving breakfast and candle-lit dinners, and The Sea Grape restaurant where barefoot casual lunches and romantic dinners are enjoyed one step from the sand and a few feet from the water’s edge.

The resort’s exceptional facilities include a championship tennis centre, fully equipped water-sports centre, scuba, windsurfing, paddle-boarding, water-skiing, Hobie Cats and kayaks, squash court and gym. When it’s time to relax, there’s a tranquil spa, a beach-side swimming pool, beach bar, day beds, swings and hammocks swaying in the shade of coconut palms. It is one of the best resorts in the Carribean.