Top 10 most beautiful Caribbean hotels. Whether you want a laid-back beach vibe or a glamorous boutique hotel, the Caribbean has it all when it comes to hotels. Despite the devastating impact of Hurricane Irma in 2017, you can expect renovated, revitalized and brand new hotels that are more beautiful than ever. From celebrity hangouts to state-of-the-art resorts with the longest pool in the Caribbean, these are the throwback hotels that make our list of choices whenever we want to escape the cold. Enjoy our top 10 most beautiful Caribbean hotels
… Top 10 most beautiful Caribbean hotels
A sumptuous setting
Admit that the drop in the mercury is a great incentive to book a plane ticket to the Caribbean! We ourselves will soon be going back there with great pleasure. The opportunity to take a look at the hotel spots surrounded by turquoise waters. Between panoramic sight, sun, the refinement will be felt in these big hotels resorts, pleasantly decorated. Breathtaking views, spacious rooms, heavenly beach, turquoise sea, so many reasons to immediately book a boutique-hotel for a great stay on these Caribbean islands
A change of scenery with many sports and water activities such as snorkeling, scuba diving, surfing, kitesurfing … Because undoubtedly, the paradise on earth embodied by these Caribbean hotels will allow you to recharge your batteries and let go. The crystal-clear waters of the Caribbean Sea are waiting for you, imagine yourself already on these white sand beaches! A way to break the winter blues that we get as soon as the temperature drops. The view of the sea and the tranquillity will make the stay unforgettable for many holidaymakers. Paradise beaches in sight with these luxury hotels in these seaside resorts
. On the program: coconut palms and fine sand for a tropical refuge, Farniente obligatory on these white sand beaches paradise. Discover the 10 most beautiful resorts in the Caribbean with dream beaches.
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has reopened its luxury doors after a major two-year post-Irma renovation. Bigger and better (but still with the same Eden Rock vibe and signature red), the iconic St. John’s Bay resort has undergone a complete transformation that includes spacious new rooms and suites, a renovated bar and restaurant, and a spa concept. In partnership with local brand Ligne St Barth, the new Eden Spa features a new lounge and spa cabins with a “yacht on land” theme to offer guests a true Caribbean wellness journey from the top of the Rock. Don’t miss the two new suites with private pools at this five-star resort. Rates start from €900 (about £774) per room per night, including breakfast.
Address: Baie de Saint Jean, Saint Barthélemy 97133, St Barthélemy Tel: +590 590 29 79 99
Amanera, Dominican Republic
Amanera, Dominican Republic
For a stay in the Dominican Republic, this is the address to book immediately. Nestled in over 880 acres of pristine Caribbean jungle, Amanera overlooks the ocean from Playa Grande, whose golden sands make it one of the most beautiful beaches in the region. Featuring Aman’s first fully integrated golf course, the resort is located along the acclaimed fairways and greens of Playa Grande. Amanera has 25 stand-alone Casitas, all of which offer ocean views from a spacious terrace, as well as a private garden and biodiversity-rich rooftop that blends seamlessly into its surroundings. And if ever you want to enjoy this trip to the Dominican Republic
, thirteen casitas have a private pool. Everything for a maximum serenity!
Address: Highway 5, Cabrera Rio San Juan 33300, Dominican Republic
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This newcomer may have just celebrated its first birthday, but Silversands
is a resort that brings the ultimate in luxury to the island of Grenada. Sleek, contemporary and ultra-elegant, the endless 100-meter pool is the longest in the Caribbean if you want to take a grand swim. Get your laps in before breakfast! The all-suite resort has 43 studio suites, as well as nine three-bedroom hilltop and four-bedroom beachfront villas that are discreetly dotted around the lush surrounding landscape.
Relaxation on the agenda
If relaxation is on the agenda, you probably won’t want to leave the resort spa, which includes an ice cave, steam room and experiential shower. Rates start from $800 (about £658) per room per night, including: private transfers, daily breakfast and drinks from your private bar.
Address: Grand Anse Main Rd, St George’s, Grenada Tel: +1 473-533-8888
Four seasons resort anguilla
Throughout this ultra-luxurious resort on the small Caribbean island of Anguilla, modern architectural forms interact with the natural surroundings, while designer Kelly Wearstler’s sophisticated, contemporary interiors add rich contrasts of sumptuous textures to a relaxed, beachy atmosphere. From elegant garden-view rooms to beachfront villas with private pools, the resort’s wide range of luxury accommodations caters to all tastes. And if that’s not enough, the resort sits atop a cliff overlooking two of Anguilla’s most beautiful beaches with white sand and turquoise waters.
Address: Barnes Bay, West End 2640, Anguilla
Jumby Bay Island, Antigua
One of those beautiful Caribbean hotels Jumby Bay Island, Antigua
Located in one of the most beautiful and unspoiled places in the world, <a href=”https://www.oetkercollection.com/hotels/jum
is a private island three kilometers off Antigua, accessible only by boat. No paparazzi here. A redesigned look inspired by the Caribbean ocean on this beautiful Caribbean island and this winter sees the completion of 28 luxury suites. Expect 16 Beachside Suites, 10 Pool Suites and two Estates Suites that blur the lines between indoor and outdoor spaces with lush foliage and fresh, vibrant blues.
For a true sense of refuge, this private island has not one, but three white-sand beaches and countless winding bike paths to get lost in. Rates start from $1,895 (about £1,527) + 23% service and tax in a new beachside suite, including meals, drinks, cocktails and house wine by the glass, plus water activities.
Address: PO Box 243, St John’s, Antigua. Tel: 001 268 462 6000
Como Parrot Cay, Turks & Caicos Islands
Como Parrot Cay, Turks & Caicos Islands
is a celebrity favourite. This award-winning Caribbean luxury resort is located on its own private 4km² island preserved with a soft, powdery beach. This exclusive island retreat offers waterfront luxury combined with COMO’s impeccable service ethic, holistic therapies and world-class cuisine. All rooms and suites have whitewashed interiors and are furnished with plush cotton-covered armchairs, spacious four-poster beds and teak furniture. The real stars are the private villas, with their own pools, direct access to the beach and 24-hour service from COMO’s acclaimed butlers.
Address: TKCA 1ZZ Parrot Cay
Belmond Cap Juluca, Anguilla
Beautiful Caribbean hotel with theBelmond Cap Juluca, Anguilla
Belmond, known for such brilliant restorations of historic establishments such as the Cipriani in Venice and the Copacabana Palace in Rio, acquired Cap Juluca from its owners and closed on August 28, 2017. A week later, Hurricane Irma de
vasté. So what to do? Two years later, Belmond Cap Juluca was completely redesigned and rose from the ashes. The Anguilla palace retains its beautiful white Greco-Moorish aesthetic. The Belmond retreat includes a new oceanfront infinity pool, a “vanishing spa” and a rustic beach bar that make Cap Juluca 2.0 one of Anguilla’s most legendary luxury retreats
(the private beach helps too). Rates start from US$1,056 per night.
Address: Maundays Bay, Anguilla 2640, Anguilla Tel: +1 264-497-6666
Necker Island, British Virgin Islands
, for the occasion… Guests visiting in 2020 were among the first to see the 74-acre Necker Island fully completed, after more than two years of rebuilding after Hurricane Irma. The newly renovated Bali Hi resort has been restored to its former glory with the addition of private deep pools (open from April 2020).
An Island of Dreams
If renting the entire island is not in your budget, check out Necker’s popular “Celebration Weeks” for individual bookings. Rates during ‘Celebration Week’ start from US$5,000 (about £3,872), per room, per night. Just another way to enjoy the palm trees on these dreamy beaches. A rum cocktail makes the moment even more extraordinary on this breathtaking island.
Jade Mountain, St. Lucia
One of the most beautiful Caribbean hotels with the Jade Mountain, St. Lucia
offers one of the most fascinating and luxurious resort experiences in the Caribbean, especially for the romantic newlywed. The resort’s unique and impressive design, with individual decks leading to exceptional suites with infinity pools and sturdy stone columns rising to the sky, has been wowing guests for over a decade. With the fourth wall completely absent, Jade Mountain’s 29 suites (called “sanctuaries”) are scenic backdrops in this Pitons World Heritage Site bordered, of course, by the eternal Caribbean Sea.
Address: Mamin, St. Lucia
Le Rosewood Little Dix Bay, British Virgin Islands
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Rosewood Little Dix Bay is located on one of the most beautiful shores in the Caribbean – beyond a colorful barrier reef, where soft blue waters meet the fine white sand of a magnificent beach. The luxury Caribbean resort is surrounded by the wilderness of Virgin Gorda, an island of volcanic origin with steep hills, quiet coves and unspoiled beaches. The iconic property
was founded by Laurance S. Rockefeller over 50 years ago. The resort recently reopened following a complete overhaul of the property’s glamorous rooms and suites, its three restaurants and overall improvements to the resort’s gardens and landscaping.
Address: Lee Road, Valley, Spanish Town, British Virgin Islands
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I’m Michelle, and I love to travel. As a former hotel expert for one of the world’s largest hotel chains, I’ve stayed in nearly every type of room imaginable (including many that were not so desirable!). Nowadays, I am fortunate enough to be able to explore the world on my own terms. From international flights to learning different languages, there is nothing too far out of reach!