Exquisite Hotels, Powder Soft Beaches and Azure Blue Waters... The Caribbean is a True Paradise on Earth

02 October 2017

Every island in the Caribbean is worth travelling to and each has something different to offer the visitor. Whether it is the bright blue Caribbean waters, the lush rainforests or the powder soft beaches, each island will leave you captivated.

Barbados offers exquisite resorts with white sand beaches and calm, safe waters which make it an ideal location for couples and families with young children. St. Lucia appeals to all the senses with its perfect blend of nature, romance and adventure. Antigua with her stunning corals reefs, safe harbours and powder soft beaches now attracts snorkelers and scuba divers from all over the world who come here to discover beauty both on land and underwater.

From champagne sunsets, magical mountains and beautiful palm fringed beaches, fine dining and a choice of world-class accommodation you’ll find it all here in the beautiful Caribbean. Whatever you are looking for, your perfect holiday is just waiting to be discovered. Here’s our pick of four exquisite boutique hotels that could be the ideal choice for your magical all-inclusive Caribbean getaway.

Curtain Bluff, Antigua

With a unique position on a bluff with two beautiful sand beaches and clear blue waters, Curtain Bluff is a world class resort set on the southern tip of Antigua. Guests can relax in elegantly appointed beachfront guest rooms and lavish suites cooled by gentle ocean breezes. All inclusive, this intimate and personalised resort offers two stunning beaches, a choice of restaurants, a superb wine cellar and a wide choice of activities such as tennis, squash, scuba diving, golf and waterskiing as well as a luxury spa and beauty salon.

Best for: Couples, families, spa breaks, beach-lovers, water sports and active guests

Bequia Beach, Grenadines

Set on a pretty little island in the Grenadines, Bequia is an unspoilt, natural and incredibly charming paradise island. The hotel has an elegance of a bygone era and a nod to the 1950’s with Beverley-Hills style pool cabanas and stylish Oliver Messel inspired rooms, suites and villas set on the stunning Friendship Beach, considered to be one of the finest in the Caribbean. This boutique hotel is ideal for those who seek a relaxing and welcoming retreat surrounded by tropical gardens with two swimming pools, luxury spa and gym and a first class restaurant serving mouth-watering cuisine.

Best for: Couples, romantic getaways, spa breaks and those who enjoy nature and water sports.

Little Good Harbour, Barbados

Tucked away on the West Coast in a quiet location close to a fishing village, Little Good Harbour is an enchanting and serene beachfront hotel. Tastefully restored, this original 17th Century building offers a choice of charming suites and delightful Caribbean-style guest cottages very in keeping with the environment. With a fabulous water’s edge restaurant, luxurious spa, two swimming pools and lush tropical gardens, this is the perfect Caribbean hideaway for private relaxation.

Best for: Couples, families and discerning guests seeking a relaxed resort.

East Winds, St. Lucia

Offering a truly exceptional all-inclusive holiday experience, East Winds is a friendly and welcoming boutique hotel set in one of St. Lucia’s most sheltered bays. There’s an atmosphere of quality and exclusivity in the boutique style cottages tastefully scattered around lush, gorgeous gardens. Low key and informal, yet elegant and very private, the hotel offers unbeatable food, a gorgeous beach, an open air spa pavilion, sailing, snorkelling, scuba diving and a full range of activities and adventures.

Great for: Couples, summer honeymoons, families, beach, adventure and timeless seaside elegance.


If you would like more information on any of our featured hotels or would like to book your Caribbean escape, contact your Travel Counsellor today!

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