Hotel Suggestion: Blue Waters Resort & Spa, Antigua
Tucked away on the north-western corner of Antigua, this family-owned resort provides guests with unbridled luxury. For complete seclusion and privacy, choose the five-bedroom Rock Cottage which is set on its own rocky peninsula overlooking the Caribbean. Boasting seven freshwater pools, lush gardens, and serene beach coves, you will find everything you need. Take part in a variety of exhilarating water sports including snorkelling, windsurfing, and kayaking.
Hotel Suggestion: Jumby Bay Island, Antigua
Set on a private Caribbean island two miles off the coast of Antigua, Jumby Bay Island is a superb resort – exclusive and serene. This is a naturalist's paradise, noted for its lush landscape, stately palms and three superb, white sand beaches. Criss-crossing, winding paths, enjoyed on foot or by bike, are lined with wild orchids, while the endangered Hawksbill turtle has made its home on Pasture Bay Beach.
Hotel Suggestion: Cobblers Cove, Barbados
Cobblers Cove is a blend of English country house with a dash of tropical charm. The resort’s 40 spacious suites are clustered around the main pink Plantation House. The Superb Collection at the Great House Suites offer the epitome of luxury with a four-poster bed, outdoor terrace with uninterrupted views of the sea. Activities include tennis, yoga, gym, and a range of water-based sports.
Hotel Suggestion: Sugar Beach, A Viceroy Resort, Saint Lucia
Situated on a stunning white sand beach in the valley of the Pitons, this former sugar plantation has villas with private plunge pool and views across to the volcanic mountains or the Caribbean. A marine protected area, the sea is ideal for scuba diving, windsurfing, and kayaking. The indulgent rainforest spa, a full PADI dive facility, waterfront dining, and chic bars ensure the quintessential Saint Lucia resort experience.