Most Expensive Resorts in the Caribbean
The Caribbean Sea and the tropical Caribbean Islands are known as paradise on earth with anabundance of sugar white dream beaches, coconut covered hills, and lush valleys of sugar cane and bananas. Lots of little islands with perfect beaches and the requisite turquoise waters beg for discovery. But while it is true that the USP of many islands is palm-shaded sands lapped by a bath-warm, aquamarine sea, the region offers so much more.
Choose the right destination and you can, for example, enjoy fantastic diving, snorkelling and sailing, trek through — and zip-line over — rainforests and visit fascinating sights associated with the islands’ complex colonial heritage.
1. Amanyara, Turks And Caicos Islands
Amanyara is a secluded haven embracing the best elements of the Caribbean. Bordering the pristine reefs of Northwest Point Marine National Park, acclaimed for some of the world’s best wall and reef diving, the ultraluxurious resort is blessed with crystal clear turquoise water and a powder-white beach.
2. Jade Mountain, St. Lucia
The impressive design, with individual bridges leading to exceptional infinity pool suites and rugged stoned-faced columns reaching towards the sky, makes Jade Mountain one of the Caribbean’s most mesmerizing resort experiences, especially for honeymooners.
3. Dorado Beach , A Ritz Carlton Reserve, Puerto Rico
A symbol of perfection is Puerto Rico resort with such intimate luxury and rare character. In the 1950s visionary Laurance S. Rockefeller transformed the lush landscape into Puerto Rico’s most exclusive luxury resorts. With its serene coastline, private residences, spa sanctuary, and a harmonious sense of place that blends masterfully into the natural surroundings.
4. Parrot Cay By Camo, Turks And Caicos
A favourite among celebrities, is an award-winning luxury resort set on its own private island of 1,000 unspoilt acres with a mile-long powdery soft beach. This exclusive island hideaway delivers foot-in-the-sand luxury with COMO’s service ethic, holistic therapies, yoga, diving and world-class cuisine.
5. Eden Roc At Cap Cana, Dominican Republic
6. Necker Islands, British Virgin Islands
7. St. Regis Behia Beach Resort, Porto Rico
8. Four Seasons Resort Nevis, St. Kitts And Nevis
9. Jumby Bay, A Rosewood Resort , Antigua
10. One&Only Ocean Club, Bahamas
For visiting the islands in the Caribbean, peak travel period lasts from December to March, However, the best time to visit is April and May.