As promised, here is the second installment of our favorite Caribbean resorts. Enjoy!
Jade Mountain, St. Lucia
A resort within a resort, Jade Mountain blends pure luxury with the natural beauty of St. Lucia’s surroundings. Towering majestically above its sister resort, Anse Chastanet, the private resort gives guests the feeling of oneness with nature, with the comfort of complete seclusion. With the fourth wall open to the elements, the resort’s suites create a one-of-a-kind sanctuary perfect for honeymooners and couples on a romantic getaway. Make use of all the amenities both resorts have to offer, and immerse yourself in complete luxury.
Cap Juluca, Anguilla
Cap Juluca is the epitome of romance, serenity and physical beauty. Thanks to a $28-million renovation, the resort is tailored to today’s travelers, all the while focusing on embodying the true luxury resort experience. With its Greco-Moorish architecture and private villas, Cap Juluca appeals to the senses and offers the best in pampering.
Covecastles Beach Houses and Villas, Anguilla, BVI
On the southwest tip of Anguilla, tourists can sneak away to Shoal Bay West and get away from the bustle and noise of the island’s major roadways. Isolated from the busyness of typical touristy vacations, the private villas of Covecastles offer seclusion and luxury. With its stunning architecture and brilliant-white exterior, these life-size sandcastles are the ideal vacation spot for travelers who appreciate architectural splendor, unspoiled nature and personalized service. Designed by New York architect Myron Goldfinger, everything about the property, from the well-thought-out floor plans to the personalized interiors, exudes total comfort and luxury. The multi-bedroom beachfront villas are designed to accommodate larger parties, and will truly be your home away from home. With ocean views from every room in the house and a private stretch of sparkling beach, the island retreat is everything an island vacation should be. And with mid-season rates under $900 USD, luxury resort living is no longer a pipe dream.
CoCo View Resort, Roatan, Honduras
A diver’s paradise, CoCo View turns up the adventure with their range of underwater sights. Though the resort’s main focus is not on luxurious accommodations, CoCo View delights guests with its over-the-water bungalows and cabanas. Adventure is not far; the resort’s “Front Yard” allows divers to walk in and dive 24/7, without ever stepping foot on a boat. Snorkelers can even enjoy the sights the resort has to offer. With something for everyone, CoCo View Resort is a thrilling break from the typical cookie-cutter vacation.
Sunset at the Palms, Negril, Jamaica
Negril is fast becoming Jamaica’s most-popular tourist destination- with good reason. The country’s westernmost tip is home to a smorgasbord of all-inclusive resorts and quaint, family-run hotels, accommodating any traveler with any budget. Known for its laid-back atmosphere, Negril is appealing to college students looking to party on spring break or seasoned travelers looking for an easy, worry-free vacation. Sunset at the Palms offers guests a stress-free way to enjoy the perfect island setting. With its “tree-house” bungalows and all-inclusive luxuries, Sunset at the Palms is the perfect blend of pampered and easygoing.