The 5 Most Luxurious Caribbean Resorts

by Jules on March 25, 2013

Curtain Bluff Resort.
This stunning all inclusive resort is located in Barbados and has a five star rating along with its stunning beach front setting. This beautiful holiday destination has a legendary 25,000 bottle wine cellar that has some of the world’s best wines.

Free water activities are available such as scuba diving and deep sea fishing. Although the general feel can be like a country club there is no “upper class” attitude. The most sociable times for guests to enjoy entertainment and mingle are when it’s time for the exceptional continental dining.

With seventy-two stunning suits to choose from which all offer beach views and a stunning view of either the cool calm Caribbean sea on one side, or the lively Atlantic Ocean on the other.

There are fifteen acres of gardens with beautiful palm trees to walk round that has the coolest Caribbean breeze so that you can feel relaxed and cool as you admire this stunning resort.

Blue Waters Resort.
Blue Waters is a beautiful holiday destination in Antigua that offers rooms, suits and villas, white sand shores and a beautiful clear blue sea complete with palm trees. There are tennis courts for those who like to keep active and seven fresh water swimming pools.

The most stunning feature of this resort is their Cove Suits which have beach front rooms, privacy and a very beautiful peaceful secluded part of the resort for ones ultimate peace of mind. To go along with this five star Suit you can also pop over to the Blue Waters very own luxury spa to indulge in some of the best treatments available. As a family owned resort the Blue Waters resort prides itself on being family friendly and to present the friendliest and warmest atmosphere to all of their guests.

Round Hill Hotel and Villas.
This has to be one of the ultimate luxury escapes anyone could ever wish for located in Jamaica; they have profuse gardens, secluded beaches that are all just as beautiful as the next. There is an extra effort at this resort for the privacy of its guests with secluded villas.

The complete villas offered are airy and beautifully decorated with a very elegant and luxurious taste. They each have a private fresh water pool, tile or wooden floors and have air conditioning in the bedrooms for those warm nights. They are very spacious and are definitely worth a stay if you wish to be in a place of complete elegance.

If the villa is too much there are villa-like suits and the good news is this is a child/family friendly resort which offers entertainment for children via their kids-club, and also have Jeep safari’s or jungle river tubing for fun activities.

The Caves.
Poised on limestone cliffs of Negril, in the west end of Jamaica, this resort has a stunning seductive ocean front view. There are twelve exclusive cliff side accommodations for you to choose from with private cave dining.

There would be nothing better than sitting in your exclusive cliff side room looking out onto a beautiful seven mile stretch of beach. It is unique as it offers the unexplored wild of the caves while lavishing you with its luxury home comforts. This stunning 10 acre secluded property is worth a stay if you ever have enough cash and big enough bags!

Spice Island Beach Resort.
Everything on this resort is stunning, the family friendly atmosphere and the wonderful feeling of it being a family business too. Spice Island Beach Resort is set on the Anse beach at St Georges, Grenada.

One of the most stunning and wonderfully majestic aspects of this resort is the gardens which contain Lemon, Almond and Sea Grape trees. For activities you have a wide range of non-motored water sports to choose from, Golf or a fitness centre. Tennis grounds are also available along with bikes for cycling along the beautiful scenery. There are all inclusive breakfasts and dinners at their in house restaurant Oliver’s, lunch and pre-dinner drinks at their Sea and Surf bar.

All in all, this would be quite the remarkable holiday destination for anyone looking for a luxurious place to take their family, or to just go away.


Post Sponsored by Travelbag: Thomas Jordan is a travel writer who specialises in Caribbean holidays.

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