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The Caribbean exists in many of our mind’s eyes as a homogenous tropical idyll. Sunshine, palm-fringed coral sand coves, barrier reefs rife with life and colour, the odd historic fort, luxurious honeymoon resorts and hotels, and maybe a sugar plantation? It's easy to forget about the details of the individual island groups that help classify the seven thousand-odd islands of this long archipelago, most of us just get distracted by the thought of softly lapping waves and the smell of the warm breezes. And the best places to stay in the Caribbean? Saying that there’s a lot of choice would be an understatement, but the best hotels in the Caribbean for you are the ones that tick your boxes, and The Hotel Guru is here to help you work out what boxes you want ticked, and then to match up you up to your perfect island or property.

Where to Stay?

Almost everywhere you go in the Caribbean you’ll find idyllic beaches, turquoise waters and a range of hotel options running through from fairly basic to fit-for-a-king. But

Don’t forget to:

We usually try to pick out a few unmissable sights and experiences, but there’s so much variety in the Caribbean that it’s pretty hard to do this without one of our Gurus interviewing you and preparing personalised recommendations. So here are some potentially unforgettable Caribbean experiences that you can have on almost any of the islands.

  • Try the local tipple? Most islands have a preferred local drink, but any and all local delicacies are worth trying, though probably ask about the chilli content?
  • Watch the sunset over the Caribbean. And if you’re even remotely interested in photography you should have your camera ready.
  • Look underwater — there are so many fantastic diving and snorkelling sites that it’s easy to have a fantastic underwater experience, but don’t just have the one. Swim with stingrays, dolphins, sharks or turtles, or visit a wrecked ship, or just float over a coral reef, and, if you don’t like getting too wet seek out one of the region’s glass-bottomed boats or submarine tours?
  • Island hop? Some of the Caribbean islands are surprisingly close together and taking an island hopping trip can really give you a sense of how much variety the Caribbean maintains in such close quarters?
  • Look backwards — the history of the Caribbean is fascinating, and extremely dramatic!
  • Look inwards. Don’t forget to explore the interior of these islands. As well as peaks, jungles, rainforests and waterfalls, some islands have cloud forests and volcanoes.
  • Do something pirate-y?

Don't forget that the best places to stay in the Caribbean will be extremely busy during the peak holiday seasons, so if you plan to visit during these periods then book well ahead to avoid disappointment.

The Best Places to Stay in the Caribbean

For a complete escape

  • Dominica’s Secret Bay is a Robinson Crusoe style paradise, with secluded bungalows with a private beach, a private pool on your private balcony, a fully stocked kitchen and personal chef. Dive, snorkel, read, swim, smell the tropical plants that surround you, and relax.
  • An escape doesn’t necessarily have to be small, we think the 60 room Sugar Ridge on Antigua qualifies for the list because it’s so tucked away — on a hillside above Jolly Beach. This is a luxurious escape, one with an Aveda concept spa and a fantastic restaurant perfectly positioned for glorious sunset displays.
  • If you want to escape modern life, Anse Chastanet in Soufriere, St. Lucia might be your solution: this is the Caribbean before the internet and air-conditioning. Its 49 rooms are large and cool, with wooden shutters and big terraces. There’s no technology in the room, and you’re in a secluded spot with direct beach access and complimentary use of their extensive watersports facilities. There are five restaurants, so you never need leave.
  • Also on St, Lucia, Ladera is a fantastic jungle escape — it 32 wooden suites have no fourth wall, and open out onto your private plunge pool with views of St. Lucia’s Pitons. Adults only, I’m afraid, kids.

For a Honeymoon

  • For the full Caribbean honeymoon experience you need your own private hot tub, a private beach, enormous bathrooms and acres of your own jungle to hide away in. GeeJam, in Portland Jamaica, offers all this, plus a spa and gym and a superb Caribbean fusion restaurant.
  • Point Grace in Providenciales in the Turks and Caicos Islands, is a classic honeymoon spot, a collection of beautiful, white buildings with 28 stunning rooms and suites, each with their own private balcony. There’s a huge pool, a Thalasso spa, two fabulous restaurant sand direct beach access.
  • Hermitage Bay in Antigua, is another property to grace the pages of many a Wedding Planner’s portfolio. It’s classic Caribbean: 30 stunning suites with outdoor rain showers, day beds, infinity pools, and direct beach access, a spa and gym, and cookery lessons laid on.
  • If you prefer small and eco-friendly, the Fond Doux Plantation, in a jungle just to the south of Soufriere on Saint Lucia, might be perfect for you. There are just 16 rooms arranged in secluded cottages, all with private terraces, four-poster beds and plunge pool. The spa offers volcanic mud wraps and the food is hearty.
  • If you like the idea of a smaller property, but you want to be on the beach, consider the Keyonna Beach Resort on Turners Beach on Antigua. It's a collection of 20 rustic beach cabins, with a spa, multiple pools and a strict ‘no children’ policy.

Some of the Best Beach Break Hotels in the Caribbean

  • Baoase in Willemstad, Curaçao is a luxurious beach resort right on the beach. We like this hotel because of the choice of rooms, suites or private, colonial-style villas, but there are still fewer than 30 rooms, keeping the private beach quiet, and allowing your to enjoy the beach bar and restaurant, and all the facilities with little competition.
  • The Tamarind Reef Resort on Christiansted in the US Virgin Islands offers the classic Caribbean private beach experience, with beautiful tropical gardens, beach cabanas, a huge pool and fun beach bar. Plus it has two excellent restaurants and a tennis court. It’s great for sailors too.
  • If you’re looking for a peaceful bit of beach to call your own consider Idle Awhile on Seven Mile Beach in Negril, Jamaica. It's a 14 room beachfront hotel with a carefree feel you don’t always find in the big beach resorts. There’s a bar and restaurant right on the beach and its rooms are large and colourful with gorgeous bathrooms and wooden shutters.

The Most Romantic Hotels

  • In the hills of St. Vincent, overlooking the Caribbean, is Firefly, a lively, seven room/ suite hotel with stunning views. The rooms all have four-posters, there’s a lagoon-style pool, a popular restaurant and a rather iconic Martini bar. Sounds pretty ‘just-the-two-of-us’, doesn’t it?
  • If you think it would be romantic to have a private, candle-lit supper on the beach then Little Cayman’s Southern Cross Club is for you. In addition to your romantic evening meal you’ll stay in one of 14 cottages or suites right on the beach. This is the kind of place where they’ll fix you up with lots of fantastic activities, or you can just do nothing at all.
  • The House in St. James, Barbados, is an elegant, 34 room, adults-only hotel — the perfect place for peace and privacy. With direct beach access, a luxurious spa, a well-regarded Italian restaurant and a beautiful pool and terrace, this is a wonderfully romantic escape from daily life.

Best Caribbean Hotels for Families

  • St. Martin’s Hotel La Plantation is a great place to start looking for family accommodation in the Caribbean: it’s collection of 52 rooms, suites and two bedroom villas offer plenty of flexibility in terms of both price and size, plus there’s a large pool, direct access to the beach and a choice of restaurants.
  • The Balcones Del Atlantico on Las Terrenas Beach in the Dominican Republic, is a collection of 35 two and three bedroom villas all with their own kitchens and verandahs. The villas are arranged with privacy in mind, but there’s an enormous pool, great kid’s facilities and all the mod. cons..
  • If you’re looking for a property with a great kid’s club consider Windjammer in St. Lucia’s Gros Islet. It’s big, with 330 rooms, suites and villas, and it’s right on the beach. There’s plenty to do and plenty of choice when it comes to eating and drinking.

For Divers

  • Small Hope Bay is a collection of 21 ocean-front cottages on Andros Island in the Bahamas. All have private patios and ocean views across the beach. There’s an expansive menu and a sociable bar, and this hotel is renowned amongst divers, with guided trips, numerous spots nearby and plenty of challenges for experienced divers.
  • At the Bohio Dive Resort in Cockburn Town in the Turks and Caicos, the diving facilities are so important that they’ve put it in the name. There’s a dive school attached to the hotel, and the location is excellent for both diving and snorkelling.
  • The Big Game Club on North Bimini in the Bahamas is close to the excellent dive sites of Cat Cay, as well as to Bimini’s own reef. This is a five star resort so the facilities are excellent, plus there’s lots to do for kids if you’re here as a diving family.

For great value

  • The 25 rooms of the Canario Boutique Hotel in San Juan, Puerto Rico are simple but clean, and have large bathrooms and Spanish-style furnishings. There’s also a charming terrace and you're very well located for the beach.
  • Our second pick is in Ocho Rios, Jamaica: the Hibiscus Lodge, a 26 room hotel right on the edge of a cliff. As well as great views the Lodge has lush gardens, a pool and a popular restaurant. And you’re minutes from the centre of Ocho Rios.
  • The Coco Palm in Rodney Bay, St. Lucia, is a larger property, with the sort of facilities you’d expect from a hotel with a hundred rooms. The decor, which includes mahogany sleigh beds and baths with claw-feet, gives a feeing of elegance, which goes will with the French Colonial building. The restaurant has a Caribbean menu.
  • If you like the idea of sophisticated interiors at an affordable price point consider Mary’s Boon on St. Martin, which is also right on the beach. Here the 36 rooms and suites have four-poster beds, colourful walls and sea-facing patios. The restaurant is good and there’s a small spa.

Prefer an Apartment or Villa?

  • If you’d prefer to stay in an apartment or private villa we recommend you visit our online partner, booking.com.

Travel Information

  • Based solely on the weather the best time of year to visit the Caribbean is probably between December and April, and that’s because that’s when most of us are having our coldest, wettest months, and the Caribbean is having its coolest and least humid. Hurricanes are a serious threat, so have a look at each particular island you’re considering, you’ll find the hurricane season information there.
  • If you’re thinking about hiring a car we recommend checking what our online partners, Rentalcars have to offer.

Still not sure which is the best place to stay in the Caribbean for you?

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  • Tiamo South Andros Island, Bahamas 13 rooms from £738

    Romantic beach resort. The cottages are decorated in contemporary eco style with wooden floors, large private terraces and slick stone bathrooms. Outdoor pool, gym, spa, library and beach access. Sublime Caribbean fusion menu, with emphasis on locally sourced. Secluded, quiet and picturesque.

    Romantic Break  -  Secluded cottages on the beach, some with private pools, with spa treatments, hammock dozing and snorkelling minutes away
    Fishing  -  Tiamo has its own fully equipped 28ft World Cat Boat which makes blue water fishing fun and easily accessible from the resort
    Birdwatching  -  See how many of the island’s 330 bird species you can identify
    Sailing  -  Can be booked nearby.
    Recommended by  -  Tablet, Small Luxury Hotels
    Check Availability
  • Orange Creek Inn Cat Island, Bahamas 16 rooms from £70

    No frills beachfront apartments with stunning views. Interiors are simple but provide kitchens and dining areas plus laundry facilities & an ice machine. Direct beach access, games room and grocery store. Superb value and very quiet.

    Beach Life  -  Quiet beach on the doorstep, lush bird-filled gardens, relaxed atmosphere and friendly service
    Fishing  -  Hotel can arrange salt-water fishing trips
    Local markets  -  Local traditional straw market
    Great walks  -  Blue Hole and Port Royal Beach
    Check Availability

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  • La Jamaca Colinas La Parguer, Puerto Rico 13 rooms from £57

    Contemporary hotel. Rooms have wooden beam ceilings, modern furnishings and large bathrooms. Outdoor pool, garden and terrace. Great regional small dishes from restaurant, and low-key bar. Perfect base to explore the beaches from.

    Beach Life  -  Tropical outdoor pool, chic contemporary rooms, and close to all the region's beautiful beaches
    Sights nearby  -  Playa Sucia and Cabo Rojo Lighthouse
    Great walks  -  Along Cabo Rojo
    Swimming Pool  -  Indoor/outdoor
    Check Availability
  • Hotel Belgica Puerto Rico 20 rooms from £59

    Family owned, charming city B&B in the heart of Ponce's historic district. Elegant rooms have tiled floors and wrought iron furniture, some with balconies. Excellent location and value.

    City Style  -  Just minutes from the city's hot spots, and with charming sunny terraces, an ideal spot
    Sights nearby  -  Catedral Nuestra Señora De Guadalupe; Parque de Bombas
    Great walks  -  To Paseo Tablado La Guancha (La Guancha Boardwalk)
    Traditional
    Check Availability

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  • Catcha Falling Star Negril, Jamaica 21 rooms from £66

    Stylishly rustic clifftop hotel. Rooms in thatched cottages feature four poster beds, outdoor showers and terraces with seaviews. Some come with kitchens. Outdoor pool, bougainvillea filled gardens and waterfront massages available. Great Caribbean cuisine and lively bar area. A great value choice.

    Total relaxation  -  Secluded setting, massages available and quiet terraces overlooking the ocean to read from
    Views  -  Great views from its location on the Negril cliffs
    Local markets  -  Cars into town can be organised by hotel
    Restrictions on children  -  No children
    Recommended by  -  Fodors
    Check Availability
  • Jakes St Elizabeth, Jamaica 49 rooms from £90

    Chic boutique shorefront hotel. Rooms feature an eclectic mix of mosaic headboards, antiques and stained glass windows. Cottages with kitchenettes. Outdoor pool, lovely gardens and access to beach. Excellent seafood cuisine and laid back bar. A very cool stay for families or couples.

    Beach Life  -  Very cool atmposhere, especially considering the Pelican bar, Jamaica’s coolest bar a boatride away
    Families  -  Full of family friendly fun, from art and cooking classes to river safari; larger suites are perfect
    Fishing  -  Catch snapper, jackfish, kingfish, tuna or grouper and ask the chef to cook them
    Sights nearby  -  Black River and YS Falls
    Recommended by  -  I Escape, Tablet, Fodors, Kiwi Collection
    Check Availability

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  • Ginger Lily Rodney Bay Village, St Lucia 11 rooms from £72

    Colourful B&B in Rodney Bay. The large rooms have tropical print furnishings, big bathrooms and hammocks on the balconies. Outdoor pool and gardens, short stroll to beach. Relaxed bar area. Ideal for families and great value for money.

    Families  -  Spacious suites have full kitchens and living room areas and can accommodate all the family
    Sights nearby  -  St. Joseph the Worker Parish
    Great walks  -  To nearby Rodney Bay Marina
    Swimming Pool  -  Outdoor pool
    Recommended by  -  Fodors
    Check Availability
  • The Harbor Club, St Lucia Gros Islet 115 rooms from £117

    This sleek, Miami-style marina hotel in Rodney Bay is a great alternative to the nearby all-inclusives. Bright rooms have a distinctly nautical feel. Berth your yacht at the hotel jetty, take the water shuttle to the beach at Pigeon Island and indulge in fine dining with panoramic views.

    Beach Life  -  A 10 minute shuttle boat takes you across to Pigeon Island and its lovely white sand beaches
    Total relaxation  -  A perfect quiet base (complete with fabulous spa) set well away from the crowds
    Sights nearby  -  Explore the history and flora of Pigeon Island which features a lot in the poetry of Derek Walcott, who lived very close to here
    Swimming Pool  -  Outdoor pool
    Check Availability

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  • Hotel La Catalina Cabrera, Dominican Republic 12 rooms from £66

    A stunning retreat set in beautiful tropical gardens with views into the valley and out to sea. Charming interiors include spacious rooms and condos with private balconies and creamy furnishings. Lovely pool and tennis court, large yoga and meditation studio, and excellent organic food. Great value.

    Views  -  Stunning views over verdant gardens.
    Total relaxation  -  Ideal for yoga lovers.
    Surfing  -  Playa Grande Beach is a great spot for surfing.
    Sailing  -  Can be booked nearby.
    Recommended by  -  Fodors
    Check Availability
  • Hotel Dona Elvira Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic 12 rooms from £89

    A charming little boutique hotel with a variety of accommodation for all budgets. Rooms, suites, and a two-bed apartment (to be rented weekly) have stone walls, attractive throws, and DVD players. Beautiful inner courtyard with pool and hot tub. Ideal for families or those on a budget.

    Value chic
    Sights nearby  -  House of Tostado, Cathedral of Santo Domingo, and Parque Colon.
    Local markets  -  Good for local colour.
    Sailing  -  Can be booked nearby.
    Check Availability

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  • Gibbs Glade Saint Peter, Barbados 4 rooms from £45

    This charming guesthouse is located on the Platinum West Coast of Barbados. Choose from a range of cosy, self-contained accommodation with homely soft furnishings and self-catering facilities; book the cottage for family-sized living space. Unwind by the pool before a barbecue; a chic island stay.

    Local exploring  -  This guesthouse is an easy stroll from local bars and beaches, perfect for exploring on the west coast of Barbados
    Romantic Break  -  Couples love the cosy cabin suite and the guesthouse's proximity to local bars and restaurants
    Families  -  Book the cottage for a verandah and separate living room, plus a child's bedroom
    Great walks  -  Stroll along the west coast of the island and discover Gibbs Beach, a sandy beach with clear, warm water and gracious palms
    Check Availability
  • Sea-U Guest House Saint Joseph, Barbados 8 rooms from £116

    Colonial style guest house. Rooms feature white-washed walls and shutters, dark wood four-posters, kitchenettes and chic living room areas. Gardens and beach access. Lovely, simple cuisine in the restaurant. Excellent value for money, laid back, boutique and gorgeous.

    Groups  -  The upstairs rooms can be converted into one big apartment with full kitchen and enormous terrace
    Value chic
    Sights nearby  -  St Nicholas Abbey, one of only three surviving Jacobean-style houses in the Western Hemisphere
    Restrictions on children  -  Children over 12 welcome
    Recommended by  -  Fodors
    Check Availability

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  • Galleon House St Thomas, US Virgin Islands 14 rooms from £60

    A comfortable yet great value B&B situated on Government Hill, boasting stunning views both of the town and harbour. Simple rooms, some with two double beds, restaurant with a verandah, bar, and a fresh water pool and sun deck for cooling off in. Near all the town's attractions.

    Views  -  Stunning views out to sea and over rooftops.
    Value chic
    Sights nearby  -  Federick Lutheran Church, Virgin Islands Legislature Building, and Emancipation Garden.
    Swimming Pool  -  Fresh water pool and sun deck.
    Check Availability
  • Bunker Hill Hotel St Thomas, US Virgin Islands 15 rooms from £77

    A very pleasant hotel set in Charlotte Amelie's historic district, with sea views and stunning vistas over rooftops below. Charming rooms have attractive furnishings and comfortable beds. Excellent Caribbean restaurant with a terrace, indoor and outdoor pool, and easy access to the beach.

    Views  -  Stunning seaviews from balconies.
    Sights nearby  -  Haagensen House, Emancipation Garden, and Blackbeard's Castle.
    Swimming Pool  -  Indoor and outdoor.
    Sailing  -  Can be booked nearby.
    Check Availability

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  • Bequia Plantation Hotel Caribbean 11 rooms from £234

    Overlooking the Caribbean Sea, this vibrant beachfront offers the ultimate escape. Enjoy sea views from the rooms, while the suites and villas are nestled throughout the lush orchards next to the beach. Go hiking or visit the turtle sanctuary before enjoying dishes prepared with local ingredients.

    Romantic Break  -  Relaxing, strolling along the beach and watching the sunset all make this hotel perfect for a romantic getaway
    Back to Nature  -  The hotel is in a secluded and remote location, surrounded by beach and gardens
    Beach Life  -  The beach is a stone's throw from each of the rooms and suites
    Great walks  -  Hike up Ma Peggy Rock, Bequia's highest point, for panoramic views of the island
    Recommended by  -  I Escape
    Check Availability

See all » 41 hotels in Bahamas

  • Tiamo South Andros Island, Bahamas 13 rooms from £738

    Romantic beach resort. The cottages are decorated in contemporary eco style with wooden floors, large private terraces and slick stone bathrooms. Outdoor pool, gym, spa, library and beach access. Sublime Caribbean fusion menu, with emphasis on locally sourced. Secluded, quiet and picturesque.

    Romantic Break  -  Secluded cottages on the beach, some with private pools, with spa treatments, hammock dozing and snorkelling minutes away
    Fishing  -  Tiamo has its own fully equipped 28ft World Cat Boat which makes blue water fishing fun and easily accessible from the resort
    Birdwatching  -  See how many of the island’s 330 bird species you can identify
    Sailing  -  Can be booked nearby.
    Recommended by  -  Tablet, Small Luxury Hotels
    Check Availability
  • Orange Creek Inn Cat Island, Bahamas 16 rooms from £70

    No frills beachfront apartments with stunning views. Interiors are simple but provide kitchens and dining areas plus laundry facilities & an ice machine. Direct beach access, games room and grocery store. Superb value and very quiet.

    Beach Life  -  Quiet beach on the doorstep, lush bird-filled gardens, relaxed atmosphere and friendly service
    Fishing  -  Hotel can arrange salt-water fishing trips
    Local markets  -  Local traditional straw market
    Great walks  -  Blue Hole and Port Royal Beach
    Check Availability

See all » 26 hotels in Puerto Rico

  • La Jamaca Colinas La Parguer, Puerto Rico 13 rooms from £57

    Contemporary hotel. Rooms have wooden beam ceilings, modern furnishings and large bathrooms. Outdoor pool, garden and terrace. Great regional small dishes from restaurant, and low-key bar. Perfect base to explore the beaches from.

    Beach Life  -  Tropical outdoor pool, chic contemporary rooms, and close to all the region's beautiful beaches
    Sights nearby  -  Playa Sucia and Cabo Rojo Lighthouse
    Great walks  -  Along Cabo Rojo
    Swimming Pool  -  Indoor/outdoor
    Check Availability
  • Hotel Belgica Puerto Rico 20 rooms from £59

    Family owned, charming city B&B in the heart of Ponce's historic district. Elegant rooms have tiled floors and wrought iron furniture, some with balconies. Excellent location and value.

    City Style  -  Just minutes from the city's hot spots, and with charming sunny terraces, an ideal spot
    Sights nearby  -  Catedral Nuestra Señora De Guadalupe; Parque de Bombas
    Great walks  -  To Paseo Tablado La Guancha (La Guancha Boardwalk)
    Traditional
    Check Availability

See all » 25 hotels in Jamaica

  • Catcha Falling Star Negril, Jamaica 21 rooms from £66

    Stylishly rustic clifftop hotel. Rooms in thatched cottages feature four poster beds, outdoor showers and terraces with seaviews. Some come with kitchens. Outdoor pool, bougainvillea filled gardens and waterfront massages available. Great Caribbean cuisine and lively bar area. A great value choice.

    Total relaxation  -  Secluded setting, massages available and quiet terraces overlooking the ocean to read from
    Views  -  Great views from its location on the Negril cliffs
    Local markets  -  Cars into town can be organised by hotel
    Restrictions on children  -  No children
    Recommended by  -  Fodors
    Check Availability
  • Jakes St Elizabeth, Jamaica 49 rooms from £90

    Chic boutique shorefront hotel. Rooms feature an eclectic mix of mosaic headboards, antiques and stained glass windows. Cottages with kitchenettes. Outdoor pool, lovely gardens and access to beach. Excellent seafood cuisine and laid back bar. A very cool stay for families or couples.

    Beach Life  -  Very cool atmposhere, especially considering the Pelican bar, Jamaica’s coolest bar a boatride away
    Families  -  Full of family friendly fun, from art and cooking classes to river safari; larger suites are perfect
    Fishing  -  Catch snapper, jackfish, kingfish, tuna or grouper and ask the chef to cook them
    Sights nearby  -  Black River and YS Falls
    Recommended by  -  I Escape, Tablet, Fodors, Kiwi Collection
    Check Availability

See all » 23 hotels in St Lucia

  • Ginger Lily Rodney Bay Village, St Lucia 11 rooms from £72

    Colourful B&B in Rodney Bay. The large rooms have tropical print furnishings, big bathrooms and hammocks on the balconies. Outdoor pool and gardens, short stroll to beach. Relaxed bar area. Ideal for families and great value for money.

    Families  -  Spacious suites have full kitchens and living room areas and can accommodate all the family
    Sights nearby  -  St. Joseph the Worker Parish
    Great walks  -  To nearby Rodney Bay Marina
    Swimming Pool  -  Outdoor pool
    Recommended by  -  Fodors
    Check Availability
  • The Harbor Club, St Lucia Gros Islet 115 rooms from £117

    This sleek, Miami-style marina hotel in Rodney Bay is a great alternative to the nearby all-inclusives. Bright rooms have a distinctly nautical feel. Berth your yacht at the hotel jetty, take the water shuttle to the beach at Pigeon Island and indulge in fine dining with panoramic views.

    Beach Life  -  A 10 minute shuttle boat takes you across to Pigeon Island and its lovely white sand beaches
    Total relaxation  -  A perfect quiet base (complete with fabulous spa) set well away from the crowds
    Sights nearby  -  Explore the history and flora of Pigeon Island which features a lot in the poetry of Derek Walcott, who lived very close to here
    Swimming Pool  -  Outdoor pool
    Check Availability

See all » 21 hotels in Dominican Republic

  • Hotel La Catalina Cabrera, Dominican Republic 12 rooms from £66

    A stunning retreat set in beautiful tropical gardens with views into the valley and out to sea. Charming interiors include spacious rooms and condos with private balconies and creamy furnishings. Lovely pool and tennis court, large yoga and meditation studio, and excellent organic food. Great value.

    Views  -  Stunning views over verdant gardens.
    Total relaxation  -  Ideal for yoga lovers.
    Surfing  -  Playa Grande Beach is a great spot for surfing.
    Sailing  -  Can be booked nearby.
    Recommended by  -  Fodors
    Check Availability
  • Hotel Dona Elvira Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic 12 rooms from £89

    A charming little boutique hotel with a variety of accommodation for all budgets. Rooms, suites, and a two-bed apartment (to be rented weekly) have stone walls, attractive throws, and DVD players. Beautiful inner courtyard with pool and hot tub. Ideal for families or those on a budget.

    Value chic
    Sights nearby  -  House of Tostado, Cathedral of Santo Domingo, and Parque Colon.
    Local markets  -  Good for local colour.
    Sailing  -  Can be booked nearby.
    Check Availability

See all » 19 hotels in Barbados

  • Gibbs Glade Saint Peter, Barbados 4 rooms from £45

    This charming guesthouse is located on the Platinum West Coast of Barbados. Choose from a range of cosy, self-contained accommodation with homely soft furnishings and self-catering facilities; book the cottage for family-sized living space. Unwind by the pool before a barbecue; a chic island stay.

    Local exploring  -  This guesthouse is an easy stroll from local bars and beaches, perfect for exploring on the west coast of Barbados
    Romantic Break  -  Couples love the cosy cabin suite and the guesthouse's proximity to local bars and restaurants
    Families  -  Book the cottage for a verandah and separate living room, plus a child's bedroom
    Great walks  -  Stroll along the west coast of the island and discover Gibbs Beach, a sandy beach with clear, warm water and gracious palms
    Check Availability
  • Sea-U Guest House Saint Joseph, Barbados 8 rooms from £116

    Colonial style guest house. Rooms feature white-washed walls and shutters, dark wood four-posters, kitchenettes and chic living room areas. Gardens and beach access. Lovely, simple cuisine in the restaurant. Excellent value for money, laid back, boutique and gorgeous.

    Groups  -  The upstairs rooms can be converted into one big apartment with full kitchen and enormous terrace
    Value chic
    Sights nearby  -  St Nicholas Abbey, one of only three surviving Jacobean-style houses in the Western Hemisphere
    Restrictions on children  -  Children over 12 welcome
    Recommended by  -  Fodors
    Check Availability

See all » 16 hotels in US Virgin Islands

  • Galleon House St Thomas, US Virgin Islands 14 rooms from £60

    A comfortable yet great value B&B situated on Government Hill, boasting stunning views both of the town and harbour. Simple rooms, some with two double beds, restaurant with a verandah, bar, and a fresh water pool and sun deck for cooling off in. Near all the town's attractions.

    Views  -  Stunning views out to sea and over rooftops.
    Value chic
    Sights nearby  -  Federick Lutheran Church, Virgin Islands Legislature Building, and Emancipation Garden.
    Swimming Pool  -  Fresh water pool and sun deck.
    Check Availability
  • Bunker Hill Hotel St Thomas, US Virgin Islands 15 rooms from £77

    A very pleasant hotel set in Charlotte Amelie's historic district, with sea views and stunning vistas over rooftops below. Charming rooms have attractive furnishings and comfortable beds. Excellent Caribbean restaurant with a terrace, indoor and outdoor pool, and easy access to the beach.

    Views  -  Stunning seaviews from balconies.
    Sights nearby  -  Haagensen House, Emancipation Garden, and Blackbeard's Castle.
    Swimming Pool  -  Indoor and outdoor.
    Sailing  -  Can be booked nearby.
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  • Bequia Plantation Hotel Caribbean 11 rooms from £234

    Overlooking the Caribbean Sea, this vibrant beachfront offers the ultimate escape. Enjoy sea views from the rooms, while the suites and villas are nestled throughout the lush orchards next to the beach. Go hiking or visit the turtle sanctuary before enjoying dishes prepared with local ingredients.

    Romantic Break  -  Relaxing, strolling along the beach and watching the sunset all make this hotel perfect for a romantic getaway
    Back to Nature  -  The hotel is in a secluded and remote location, surrounded by beach and gardens
    Beach Life  -  The beach is a stone's throw from each of the rooms and suites
    Great walks  -  Hike up Ma Peggy Rock, Bequia's highest point, for panoramic views of the island
    Recommended by  -  I Escape
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