Anguilla - Rendezvous Bay

Rendezvous Bay Hotel & Villas Anguilla$130* Rendezvous Bay Hotel & Villas isn't the glitziest beach resort on the island, but the location is simply spectacular. 46 rooms directly on 50 tropical acres fronting a mile and a half white powdery sand beach. Where's my passport?

This recently renovated resort with white tile floors and rattan furnishings is made up of twelve low rise buildings. If you opt for the Garden view, you'll get the least expensive, but no air-conditioning. For air, you'll need to upgrade to a villa ($275). Don't fret - it doesn't get that hot near the ocean here.

Rendezvous Bay Hotel & Villas AnguillaAnd here's the order of the day - relax in a true Caribbean hammock, or spend the whole day snorkeling. Your choice. Then at evening gather at the beautiful Cedar Grove, famous for its grilled lobster and goat stew. Leonard "Smoke" Sharplis puts his all into your scrumptious meal.

Rendezvous Bay Hotel & Villas AnguillaOne reader writes... "Cedar Grove is the best restaurant on the island. The grouper is awesome. I usually don't like fish but this was unbelievable. Prices are a little high but definitely worth it!"

Rendezvous Bay: 800.274.4893 or 264.497.6549

Rendezvous Bay Hotel & Villas AnguillaTo get to Anguilla you'll fly to St. Maarten. You then spend 10 or so minutes flying to Anguilla, or take a taxi from the St. Maarten airport to Marigot and take the ferry. The advantage of the ferry is the dock is very near the Rendezvous Bay Resort. You could walk.
Rendezvous Bay Hotel & Villas Anguilla
Another lovely stop on Anguilla, then we're off to Antigua! Next >>

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Anguilla - Ku Resort

Anguilla - Ku Resort$295 - On the same Caribbean island of Anguilla, from the same hotel group that runs the celebrity hideaway Cap Juluca you'll find Ku. It means "sacred place" in Arawak, the Indian language of the first inhabitants here.

Anguilla - Ku ResortAnd, Ku is located just minutes away from of the Arawaks former ceremonial sites, thus the name.

You're in for a fresh property. Ku opened Fall 2005 and boasts 27 suites overlooking majestic Shoal Bay East.

Ready for the decor? It's South Beach chic: minimal white decor, air-conditioning and full kitchens in each suite.

Anguilla - Ku ResortThe only thing we felt was a little on the small side was the spa and pool. No problem because to make up for it, the beachfront French-Caribbean restaurant, managed by Cap Juluca's chef de cuisine, has the longest bar on the island.

Ku - 800.869.5827 or 264.497.2011

Anguilla - Ku ResortSunset on Shoal Bay East is said to be unforgettable. This picture does not do it justice. You must get down there to unwind while viewing one of these... in person.

Anguilla - Ku Resort Beautiful Cocobay Resort awaits you in Antigua - at an Affordable price. Next >>

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Antigua - Cocobay Resort

Antigua - Cocobay Resort$240 - Don't feel you have to be on your honeymoon to enjoy Cocobay Resort in Antigua. Picture yourself standing on the veranda of your Creole-style cottage overlooking the Caribbean Sea. Antigua - Cocobay ResortYou see a sailboat heading for one of the nearby islands. Your significant other calls from inside the soft pastel colored suite that it's almost time to dine.

Cocobay Resort offers all this with beautiful exposed wooden beams and wood-slatted blinds. That's the inside - the views on the outside are simply breathtaking.

After dining, you decide on a frangipani-scented aromatherapy massage in the thatched pavilion. Later, you figure the guided hike through one of Antigua's Antigua - Cocobay Resortnature preserve led by a real medicine man will keep you busy until you get back to catch the sunset. The hotel staff tells you to make sure you two enjoy it from the Adirondack chairs on your room's balcony, or at Sheer, the open-air restaurant atop a bluff on Ffryes Beach. Decisions, decisions...

And, did we tell you this property is all-inclusive?

Antigua - Cocobay ResortValley Church 800.816.7587 or 268.562.2400

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Now how would you like to totally unplug from it all? No TV, Internet, phone... Sound intriguing?

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Bahamas - The Landing

Bahamas - The Landing
$240 - Tracy Barry had a good idea. His famous mother, the first-ever Miss Bahamas, and her husband, Toby Tyler, a restaurateur from Sidney plotted a grand plan: a seven room inn on Harbour Island. Bahamas - The LandingAnd guess what? It's decorated in plantation style by David Flint Wood and his wife India Hicks, Queen Victoria and Lord Mountbatten's great-great-granddaughter. The name? The Landing...

The Landing on Harbour Island has a decidedly patrician vibe. No TV's, phones, Internet. No distractions - The Landing is a gracious, historic property dating back to 1800. This boutique hotel overlooks the harbour in the heart of Dunmore Town, an easy five minute stroll to the powder fine, pink sand beach.

Bahamas - The LandingNow if you want the best view in the house, book one of the bay-view rooms. These have crisp white linens, terraces and four-poster beds. Can you pass it up?

Harbour Island - 242.333.2707

Bahamas - The Landing

Can you handle another spectacular view? Yes, man! A beach cat and local group of wandering monkeys will keep you entertained at sunset. Barbados is Next >>

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Barbados - Sea U Guest House

Barbados - Sea U Guest House$104 - Okay, it has the silliest name of the group of resorts, but this ultimate hideaway on Barbados' east coast is tops. Sea-U Guest House doesn't look like much, but behind is a two-story plantation-style hotel with seven basic rooms cooled by the island breezes.

Barbados - Sea U Guest HouseA travel writer gave birth to the location. His name is Uschi Wetzels. But be forewarned this is not for everyone. No air-conditioning, no TV, and guests share a simple phone. Bug spray is probably a good idea near sunset.

Still, Sea-U is so very appealing. Many Europeans and Americans get to become great friends over the family-style meals. The local house cat and a passel of wandering monkeys will keep you entertained at dusk.

Remember, your amongst endless pink and white-sand beaches. That, coupled with the rich West Indian tradition are what made Barbados (Bar-bay-dose) the destination it is today. You won't find traditional Caribbean casinos here. And don't expect beach bumming to be your onpastimeime. If you drive the countryside, you will take in some beautiful seaside villages, plantations, gardens and English country churches - some from the 17th century.

Seu U is located in Bathsheba, a community of a few thousand souls. There are Chattel Houses, small wooden homes, spread out over palm tree decorated slopes; not a single three-story-building in the area.

Barbados - Sea U Guest HouseVisitors can cool down in one of the natural dipping pools at Bathsheba Beach. Surfers can catch the waves at the world famous Soup Bowl just a brief walk away from here. Each year in November, Soup Bowl hosts International surfing championships. And you can tour the Andromeda Botanical Gardens, with their large collection of tropical plants from every continent ... all just a few hundred meters away from Sea-U Guest House.

Barbados is known in the Caribbean as "Little England". Afternoon tea is a tradition in many places, and cricket is the national sport. Most Bajans speak with a British accent.

Barbados - Sea U Guest HouseThis peaceful getaway is well worth your time to research. Even snowbirds come here for the winter months. Bajans have a long history of welcoming visitors, and they'll have their arms open for you.

Tent Bay - 246.433.9450

But if you're looking for a Dutch flair - look no further than a grand offer that will have you dreaming of Gouda. -- Next >>

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Curacao - Kura Hulanda

Kura Hulanda Curacao$270 You'll never believe what we've found in the port city of Willemstad. This picturesque, Dutch town is home to a collection of 16 restored 18th and 19th century Dutch Colonial buildings. These form Kura Hulanda. No beach - but what a very special place. (By the way, you can be shuttled to the beach at any time.)

Dr Jacob Dekker Kura Hulanda MuseumThis is one of the most unusual and largest museums in the Caribbean. The exhibits are the dream of Dr. Jacob Gelt Dekker, a Dutchman who lives next to the museum. Spending most of his life assembling a grand collection of pieces from Africa and other lands, Dr. Dekker has created wonder. Here you will see a life-size reconstruction of a slave ship that once sailed the Ivory Coast. You'll find fossils, masks, dolls, sculptures, musical instruments and much more. The hours are 10 AM - 5 PM and admission is $6.00 for adults, $3.00 for children.

Dekker has also founded the Dekker Institute, a prominent research center that addresses the multi-cultural aspects of the diversity of Curacao's population. There are about 60 nationalities represented here among a population of 147 thousand - mainly with a strong African heritage.

Bedroom at Kura Hulanda Resort CuracaoAlong with the museum, you have the most unusual hotel in Curacao. It opens onto St. Anna Bay in the once quaint bayou of Otrabanda - close to the world famous Queen Emma Bridge. Dutch colonial culture is everywhere - architecture from the 18th and 19th centuries.

The bedrooms are wonderfully furnished with Indian marble bathrooms, complete with tub and shower. Some units even have kitchenettes. But don't use them. We know you'll want to savor every nuance of the Caribbean Curacao cuisine. You can't leave without a taste of tradition! Check out the local fare right in Willemstad.

Kura Hulanda Hotel CuracaoNot only have you found a hotel resort, but this eight-block mini village includes an anthropological museum, a casino, and a cultural research center.

When you walk through the doors you will find hand-carved Indonesian mahogany and teak antiques. Embroidered linens imported from Indian and walls painted by local artists make the Kura Hulanda an international beauty on this sleepy, Caribbean isle. You "could" spend the whole day just walking through the property and museum - but you won't want to as Curacao is a premiere diving location on the planet.
Kura Hulanda Hotel Gardens Curacao
Unlike any other property on Curacao, you will enjoy the magnificent, sophisticated courtyards connecting the building - each with its own music track. Don't worry about how they did that. Just take it as part of the wonderment behind it all. Enjoy. You're here to soak it all in.

Kura Hulanda CuracaoFrom their "Curacao Garden" come the freshest herbs. In the background, you'll hear the infamous notes of Caribbean Salsa music. And, while meringue lofts over the tandoori and sushi served by the Echo Pond Pool, you'll wonder what more you can fit in before you call it a night.

8 Langestraat, Willemstad - 877.264.3106 or 599.9.434.7700

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Dominican Republic - Natura Cabanas/Sofitel Nicolas de Ovando

Dominican Republic - Natura Cabanas$160 – Are you a windsurfer? Do enjoy watch the beauty of the windsurfers as they become one with the elements? As the word gets out, windsurfers make a trek to the primo location on the planet. And the lush north coast of the Dominican Republic has become a favorite destination for the windsurfing set. But, where are the tourists?

Nice thing – no one told them about this diamond.

Dominican Republic - Natura CabanasTen minutes from the small bustling town of Cabarete is Natura Cabanas. Ten bungalos with roofs made of palm thatch with stone and bamboo interiors. Given the backdrop of the nearby jungle-like environment – these blend right in.

Natura Cabanas spa features mud wraps and salt scrubs. Yes! Their two restaurants prepare organic (hello!) dishes, from ceviche to fish stir-fry (low cal!). And breakfast is included in the price – and we mean breakfast. You will get a table set for a kind.

Dominican Republic - Natura CabanasA trip to the “front desk” will connect you with unending activities. Scuba diving in Sosua Bay and horseback riding in nearby villages are a few of the offerings.

5 Paseo del Sol, Cabarete – 809.571.1507

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Dominican Republic - Sofitel Nicolas de Ovando$165 – Quick quiz: where is the oldest cobblestone street in the New World? If you guessed Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, you are correct. The Sofitel Nicolas de Ovando is almost as educational as it is attractive. It’s only five minutes from the sea and classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Dominican Republic - Sofitel Nicolas de OvandoIf you are looking for a quaint, historic beauty, then the Sofitel is where you should stay. Just listen: built in 1502 as the residence of the first governor of the Americas, the original Spanish colonial structure houses 104 guest rooms as well as a cigar bar (got to have that), a restaurant, and a lounge with live jazz and bossa nova music.

Dominican Republic - Sofitel Nicolas de OvandoOh, and breakfast is included here, too.

Calle Las Damas, Santo Domingo – 800.863.4835 or 809.685.9955

Jamaica calls us back with the top two bargains in Negril, and one that will have you jumping off a cliff! - Next >>

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Jamaica - Country, Country Hotel/The Rockhouse

Jamaica - Country, Country Hotel$160 – If you’ve shopped for Caribbean resort vacations and have never heard of Negril, Jamaica – mon, where have you been? Negril has a Seven-Mile Beach and is home to many “all-inclusive” resorts, but hidden among the crowd is the Country, Country hotel.

Jamaica - Country, Country HotelA total of 14 gingerbread cottages, recently refreshed by Ann Hodges (the Jamaican architect best known for designing the island’s upscale resorts Goldeneye and Strawberry Hill), grace the property in colonial style and wraparound balconies.

Jamaica - Country, Country HotelClose by are Jamaican jerk shacks, live reggae music, and Negril’s famous Norma’s on the Beach restaurant. But the hotel’s beachfront grill with local dishes will probably fill your ticket. Breakfast is included.

Norma Manley Blvd., Negril – 888.790.5264 or 876.957.4341

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Jamaica - Negril The Rockhouse$125 – Okay, this one is not new, but it is hard to ignore this favorite place to stay within shimmering tropical gardens only two miles from the center of Negril. It’s called the Rockhouse and offers 34 island-flavored rooms, studios, and villas.

Jamaica - Negril The RockhouseNestled around the jagged, rocky cliffs and grottoes, the Rockhouse has no shortage of things to do. A 60-foot infinity pool takes the place of your beach. Yoga classes are held every morning in the beautiful pavilion.

Jamaica - Negril The RockhouseBut don’t think you’re landlocked. The only thing missing is the sand. However, the benefit is snorkelers climb down stepladders to the blue-green sea eight feet below into pristine water – no sand to murk anything up.

Jamaica - Negril The RockhouseIf you can, trade up to one of seven stone-walled premium villas with outdoor showers and your own secret cove. Yes, they’re worth the extra $200 a night.

West End Rd., Negril – 876.957.4373

Hey, they are getting back to basics in Mexico with accomodations near ancient ruins and modern digs in Playa del Carmen. Check it out! >>

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Mexico - Ana y Jose/Hotel Basico

Mexico - Ana y Jose

Ana Y Jose - Mexico

$201 – Ever been to a place where it’s so special you don’t want to tell a soul? Tulum’s secluded Ana y Jose is just that kind of place. It’s a family-run hotel on a palm-lined beach with 21 handcrafted wooden bungalows, garden suites and those white louvered windows.

Mexico - Ana y JoseYou don’t have to, but most guests start the day with an invigorating session in the yoga “palapa”. Later, head on out to the ancient pyramids just four miles away.

When you get back, plan on spending the rest of the day on the crowd-free beach, or enjoy the native spa treatments which incorporate papaya and volcanic clay.

Mexico - Ana y JoseGrab a bite at the alfresco Mexican restaurant where dishes get spiced up with Yucatecan herbs. They pick them every morning from a nearby herbal garden.

If you have a heart for adventure, get your meal to go and hike to the ruins. Eat on the steps overlooking the Caribbean sea.

Carretera Cancun – Tulum Bocapaila, Tulum – 800.728.9098 or 52.998.887.5470

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Mexico - Hotel Basico

Hotel Basico - Playa del Carmen

$158 – Playa del Carmen has a new lover. It’s Hotel Basico, the latest venture from the hip Micha brothers, who were behind the extremely popular Hotel Deseo.

15 rooms just a block from the beach is rougher, more of an industrial look when compared to the streamlined Deseo.

Mexico - Hotel BasicoNote that rooms are on the small side. What they lack in size, they make up for is Caribbean style: exposed support beams, walls of cement and local sand, and floors covered with – what’s that? Yes – recycled tires.

You will even find an innertube and flippers in your room. Use in good health.

At the Azotea bar, relish the local seafood ceviche or other local dishes. Whatever you decide - make sure to sit facing the ocean.

Mexico - Hotel BasicoAnd to "top it off", take a swim in one of the rooftop pools, designed to look like oil drums. You will leave with more than Mexican memories from Basico.

Quinta Avda., Playa del Carmen – 800.337.4685 or 52.984.879.4445

An old favorite has become the most affordable beauty in Puerto Rico. And it's shaped like a ship! Next >>

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Puerto Rico - Bravo Beach Hotel/Normandie Hotel

Puerto Rico - Bravo Beach Hotel$160 - Have you ever wanted to get away to an urban out-of-a-storybook boutique property, only this time you can afford it? Hidden away in a residential area of the island of Vieques, the Bravo Beach Hotel offers Frette linens and Philippe Starck designs. Wow!

Nine rooms, most facing the ocean, and a two-bedroom cottage create the complex which is outfitted in white and accented by bamboo or mahogany pieces. And you'll have all the luxuries of home here: satellite television, PlayStations, and Wi-Fi access.

Puerto Rico - Bravo Beach HotelBut didn't you want to "get away"?

Just 30 feet away you'll be on the beach. If you can't stand it, you can check your e-mail poolside, and surf the web. And if you get an appetite in your corner of paradise, you can make your way to the popular BBH cantina where they serve Caribbean-inspired tapas. Breakfast is included at this property.

Puerto Rico - Bravo Beach Hotel1 North Shore Rd., Vieques - 787.741.1128

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Puerto Rico - Normandie Hotel$145 - The Normandie Hotel was built in 1939 by native engineer who was enamored by a French cancan dancer he met on an ocean cruise. This fellow set out to make the only hotel we know that is shaped like a ship. Both exterior and interior give the feel like you are cruising in the good old days.

Puerto Rico - Normandie HotelAnd it just gets better. This 173-room paradise on the San Juan beachfront got a major facelift last year. And today, its retro Art Deco curves and detailing from the "Jazz Age" complement a 21st-century design. Yes, now there are blond-wood bed frames and flat panel TV's.

Puerto Rico - Normandie HotelCheck out the swank N-Lounge with its outdoor terrace looking over the city streets. And don't miss the carpaccio bar, "Cru" - the only one on the island - where your favorite Italian dishes will carry that Caribbean flavor to the heavens.

499 Avda. Munoz Rivera, San Juan - 877.987.2929 or 787.729.2929

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St. Bart's - Le Manoir de Marie

St. Bart's - Le Manoir de Marie$203 - Imagine what it would be like to step back into 17th-century France. Now imagine someone transporting that entire scene from France down to St. Barts, by boat, some two decades ago. Why? One can only dream.
St. Bart's - Le Manoir de Marie
Perhaps the owner of Le Manoir de Marie wanted to bring a part of France to his island paradise. But whatever the reason, this beautiful resort, set amid fragrant lush gardens of mango, banana, papaya, and bougainvillea, is a must see.

There are two rooms in the main "Manor House", and eight additional brown-and-white-striped cottages, unique in their own way, with canopied beds, oil paintings and antiques.

St. Bart's - Le Manoir de MarieYou won't find a formal restaurant on the property, but no worry; simply take a custom-catered picnic (lobster, champagne) to the poolside deck, complete with natural stone waterfall. Or, perhaps a romantic picnic on the beach would please you more. Lorient Beach is within walking distance of Le Manoir de Marie.

It's luxury with minimum hassle - and at an award-winning price. You'll find little this nice, this inexpensive on this island. It's the most sophisticated island in the Caribbean, catering to the chic, rich, and oh-so Parisian.

Don't come for watersports. You come to St. Barthelemy (Bart's for short) for relaxing, the French cuisine, yes the white-sands beaches and wonderful comfort at Le Manoirs. If you've been before, perhaps you'll call the island, "St. Barths" - whatever your choice, (San Bar-te-le-mee), named by Christopher Columbus who in 1493 discovered it.

Most descendants here are French and Swedish. Many are of Breton and Norman fisherman stock - and occasionally you'll see St. Bartians dressed in the provincial costumes of Normandy. At times women wear the traditional starched white bonnets. There is a pride here not found elsewhere.

For many years the island was a hideaway for millionaires such as David Rockerfeller, Edmond de Rothschild and others. Today, St. Barts is a favorite to celebrities Tom Cruise, Harrison Ford and Mikhail Baryshnikov. Come join them.

Rte. de Salines, Lorient - 590.590 or 277.927

Best bargains wouldn't be complete without mention of St. Kitts, and that's just what we do at our next entry. >>

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St. Kitts-Nevis - Angelus Resort

St. Kitts-Nevis - Angelus Resort$189 - St. Kitts is generally known as an island of small-scale B&B's, but it got a taste of a major hotel with the opening of the Angelus Resort last summer. Angelus echoes with French glass doors that open to panoramic views of majestic Half Moon Bay, or the Royal St. Kitts Golf Course. A total of 90 rooms, soon to be 144, are scattered among 15 truly Caribbean acres. Breakfast is included.
St. Kitts-Nevis - Angelus Resort
Angelus has a full spa and an all-organic Caribe restaurant. Peak your interest? And at Angelus, the fun never stops!

On Monday night there is a bonfire after sunset (still done here). On Thursday, it's all Latin with live salsa, meringue and mambo music.

St. Kitts-Nevis - Angelus ResortAnd if you never want to leave, well, the resort's new luxury one and two bedroom apartments, with balcony and full kitchen, are now on the market - starting at $200,000.

These two islands - St. Kitts and Nevis (Nee-vis) belong to the British until just recently - 1983 - when they became a small, independent two-island nation with UN membership. British traditions remain: cricket is the main sport and you drive on the left.

Hurricane Hugo in 1990 almost finished the sugar crop and business and it was soon afterward that the islands started in earnest procuring tourism. But this doesn't mean that tourist have stayed away. Spotted in the past few years - Britney Spears, Oprah Winfrey, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Michael Douglas, Sarah Jessica Parker, Sylvester Stallone, Danny Glover, Michael J. Fox, and Gerald and Betty Ford... to name a few.

Frigate Bay - 869.466.6224

Okay, next - Creole meets modern with an exciting display of color on another affordable island stay in the Caribbean. >>

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St. Lucia - Coco Palm Resort

St. Lucia - Coco Palm Resort$145 - When native Creole tradition meets head on with modern design, Coco Palm, located in cozy Rodney Bay Village, St. Lucia, results. And a spectacular results at that. Can you imagine what went through Caribbean guru and co-founder of the Island Outpost hotel group's mind when he wondered how to make St. Lucia any more attractive?

83 enchanting rooms, clean and simple. Decked out in the usual island colors of yellows, blues and greens. Detail of local artisans grace the resort.

St. Lucia - Coco Palm ResortBut don't think they took a step backward.

For the techies, iPods and speakers! And, if you want to be close to all the action, but don't mind a little extra noise, ask reservations for one of the seven "swim-up" rooms. You simply step from your terrace into the resort's serpentine pool.


St. Lucia (Loo-sha) is a top Caribbean destination. The most developed area is in the northwest, near the white-sand beaches. The remainder of St. Lucia remains relatively unspoiled - green mountains, grand valleys, plantations of bananas with no end, a volcano, breathtaking orchids and a fishing village or two. But here you'll find a mix of French "and" British heritage. Somewhat of a South Pacific feel, no?

St. Lucia - Coco Palm ResortWhile on St. Lucia, make sure you visit the public market in Castries. It is well worth the effort and is one of the most fascinating gathering spots in the West Indies. You can go any day but Sunday - well, you can go Sunday, but it's closed. Look for women with the traditional headdress, where the number of knots lets you know their marital status (ask a local), and the abundance of fruits and vegetables.

There are a couple of closeby island that are nice to visit - ask the hotel about a boat tour. Enjoy!

Reduit Beach Ave., Rodney Bay Village - 758.456.2800

St. Thomas is our Last Bargain this time - and the beaches are breathtaking! Just look! >>

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St. Thomas - Pavilions

Flowers at Sapphire Beach, St Thomas$250 - It's a major stop for the cruise ships. At least the duty-free port of Charlotte Amalie is.

And as tourist flock around the shops and boutiques close to the docks, the real treasure on the island is on its more rugged East End, where Pavilion & Pools, an all-villa Caribbean resort, sits just moments from Sapphire Beach.

These flowers are from the trees around Sapphire Beach on St. Thomas. They are just part of the treat - as you make your way to the torquoise water and the shimmering white sand.

Sapphire Beach - St Thomas USVI

Sounds like a postcard - but, in fact, it is. And that is why at $250 a night, the Pavillions are a bargain. Surreal!

The inside of your room may be, well, a little overly Caribe, but each of the 25 airy guest suites has a kitchen, a huge living room, and an outdoor garden shower. So, while your friends are freezing back north, you are listening to the chirping tropical birds. Breakfast is included.
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Pavilion & Pools major attraction? The private sundecks and swimming pools, and an abundance of hibiscus and bougainvillea.

It's sort of like a home away from home. Your own room and area, walk to the beach... relax. Drive off and visit the other parts of the island.

This is what vacation was built for.

Located on Smith Bay - 800.524.2001 or 340.775.6110

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