Sunday, August 17, 2014

Caribbean’s 5 Best Luxury Resorts

If your idea of ultra-luxury includes lavish accommodations with room to spare for your private pilot, butlers who cater to your every whim, or a studio to record a jam session after you’ve tanned on a white sand beach, then here are 5 Caribbean hotels for you. They will impress even the most discerning traveler.

1. Musha Cay, Bahamas

 Upon being convinced by the beauty of this place, better book a room or house now because their five beach houses accommodate only 24 giving a truly VIP- feeling when you’re there.Such beach houses are full of relaxing decks and private beaches. Sun bathe while waiting for your personal chef as he/ she prepares your food. No doubt, Musha Cay’s the number one.

2. Jade Mountain, St. Lucia

Architech Nick Troubetzkoy mad a great achievement for harmonizing spectacular building and Caribbean’s nature. Being like a towering columns reaching the sky, Jade Mountain boasts its techno- free sanctuary meaning no phones,radio, or televisions. Just be with nature, or get your muscles be massaged with their boutique spas and fitness studios.

3. Necker Island, British Virgin Islands

Richard Branson, the owner of the Necker Island, had just implemented a Geen Energy Plan for Caribbean. Necker Island will be the first island to have a shift on the energy sourcing. Being Richard Branson’s home and favorite hideaway, Necker Island really is the perfect place to relax and enjoy water’s tranquility. You can relax after a roaming around the whole island in one of the  six Bali Houses during select Celebration Weeks, the Great House.
   Necker Island, British Virgin Islands

4. Amanyara, Turks and Caicos

Being just a stone’s throw away from Northwest Point Marine National Park is one of the things that Amanyara boasts of. Though they’re only on the border of the park, you can have some water- splashing  game with your company in this acclaimed for- some- of- the- world’s- best wall and reef diving.The name of this resort was literally derived from Sanskrit which means peace and ‘yara,’ (meaning “place”). This secluded place provides great villas and pavilions, giving every guests a glimpse of what heaven is like (at least here in the Earth.)
    Amanyara, Turks and Caicos

5. Calivigny Island, Grenada

The undiscovered gem of Caribbean, it’s how others call Grenada Island. In this island, you can see a building. It’s the Calivigny Island which you can rent entirely just like renting the whole villa. Upon arrival, (riding from a yacht), you’ll be welcomed with a drink and happy smiles of the staff. Luxurious bathrooms, picturesque views, luxurious dining room, problems will be ashamed to get into this place.
    Calivigny Island, Grenada

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