The Caribbean

The Bahamas

There is a world of activities to explore beyond your resort to add to your vacation fun. In Nassau and Paradise Island, you'll find there is so much to see and do. From snorkelling to shopping and sightseeing, there's something for everyone.

Atlantis Resort Paradise Island ****

 

Inspired by the splendor of ancient Atlantis, this striking beachfront Paradise Island resort allows travelers to dip into a fantasy world overflowing with opportunities for adventure, entertainment and relaxation. 

 

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Starting from $275



Barbados

Barbados is a beautiful place with much to offer in the arts, entertainment, hotel and restaurant fields. In the science category, you can find geological phenomena unlike any other formations throughout the Caribbean. What to do on Barbados? For starters, there is kitesurfing, windsurfing, spelunking (exploring caves), golf and tours ranging from safari to rum, submarine, helicopter and catamaran adventures. 

Accra Beach Hotel ****

 

The very popular Accra Beach Hotel is located on a prime beachfront on the South Coast, just 7 miles from the airport and 3 miles from Bridgetown. This 4-star property was awarded Hotel of The Year in 2002 and 2005 by the BHTA.

 

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Starting from $163



Almond Beach Resort & Spa **** All Inclusive

 

At the adults only all-inclusive Almond Beach Club & Spa, the Caribbean Sea washes up to coral-rock formations along the 100-yard water frontage. 

 

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Starting from $260



Fairmont Royal Pavilon ****

 

Located in the charming environs of St. James parish, the five-star boutique Fairmont Royal Pavilion is perfectly situated to serve guests wanting to embrace a truly Barbadian experience.


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Starting from $384



Bermuda

Bermuda is a convenient 2-21/2 hour flight from most major cities on the US East Coast and is served by most major airlines. Bermuda is also a popular cruise destination. Shopping is a sport in itself on Bermuda. Many stores in the shopping districts of downtown Hamilton, the island's capital, and historic St George are housed in attractive cottages or historical buildings, and the quality of goods is generally high.

 

Fairmont Hamilton Princess ****

 

Among the hibiscus and oleander, on the shores of a picturesque natural harbor, the Fairmont Hamilton Princess, Bermuda's Hotel, is a luxury resort and an elegant tribute to the old world splendor that is Bermuda. Take a dip in the Bermuda hotels fresh or saltwater pools catch the complimentary ferry over to the private Fairmont Beach Club in Southampton. Frolic with the dolphins at dockyard, or use their Bermuda luxury hotel as a home base for sailing trips around Hamilton harbor and the Great Sound. 

 

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Starting from $311



Fairmont Southampton ****

 

Shimmering turquoise seas, pristine pink sand beaches, exotic tropical flora and spectacular sunsets....you have envisioned the breathtaking landscape surrounding The Fairmont Southampton resort in Bermuda. Reigning from atop Bermuda's highest point, over a majestic 100 acre estate, The Fairmont Southampton is an exceptional Bermuda luxury hotel located on the island's southern shore.


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A partir de $242



The Cayman Islands

Here is fun in the sun you can take all the way to the hundreds of banks in this offshore tax haven. Comprising three islands and a population just over 30,000, the Cayman Islands were the setting for the hit Tom Cruise film: The Firm. Diving is big in the Caymans. In fact, treasure hunter and expert diver Herbert Humphreys is headquartered in the island capital of George Town.

Westin Casuarina Resort and Spa ****

 

he Westin Casuarina Resort & Spa is in the heart of Grand Cayman. Named to Conde Nast Traveler's Gold List, the resort has been recognized for its excellence. With easy access to Grand Cayman's best attractions, including scuba diving, shopping, and golf, guests will enjoy a relaxing getaway. 

 

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Starting from $263



Jamaica

Montego Bay is the second largest city in Jamaica and is the gateway to tourist activity on the north coast. The city sits in a bay with mountains rising in the background.

Coyaba Beach Resort & Club ****

 

Coyaba offers all the conveniences of a large hotel, intimately packaged in a charming seaside retreat. Come discover why bigger (and grander) isn't necessarily better, and why Coyaba is just right for you.


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Starting from $184



Hilton Rose Hall Resort & Spa ****

 

Nestled between the scenic Jamaican mountains and turquoise Caribbean waters, Rose Hall Resort & Spa truly inhabits a more exclusive ocean-front location than other Montego Bay Jamaica resorts.

 

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Starting from $235



Round Hill Hotel & Villas *****

 

Sophisticated, subdued, and sublime, this luxury hotel in Montego Bay shines as a beacon of perfection among Jamaica resorts. Captivating and carefree, richly appointed and steeped in tradition, Round Hill takes you away and brings you closer together.

 

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Starting from $463



Puerto Rico

For the nature lover, Puerto Rico offers El Yunque, the only tropical rain forest in the U.S. National Park system. This 28,000 acre national forest has 240 different species of tropical trees, flowers and plants. Of the four largest Caribbean islands, Puerto Rico is the only one under US jurisdiction. Nevertheless, Puerto Rico is more Caribbean, Spanish, Latino, tropical and colourful than anything Stateside. The island's Spanish heritage rings especially loud and clear in the seven blocks of restored San Juan Viejo - Old San Juan.

St. Regis Bahia Beach *****

 

In the romantic setting of a Caribbean coconut plantation nestled between a lush rainforest and the sparkling sea, embrace elegant tropical luxury and the iconic Butler service, perfected at The St. Regis Bahia Beach Resort, Puerto Rico.

 

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Starting from $464



Las Casitas Resort, the Waldorf Astoria Collection ****

 

Las Casitas is an enclave of private villas that enjoy sweeping ocean views, fully equipped kitchens, and 24-hour butler service. Boasting many pleasures, the cliff-side resort offers an extensive array of active pursuits – perfect for those seeking a truly enchanting Caribbean destination. 

 

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Starting from $285



Dominican Republic

This mountainous, beach-fringed country occupies the eastern two-thirds of Hispaniola, second-largest of the Caribees. Santo Domingo, oldest city in the New World, is the historical capital and revels in restored treasures of its Spanish imperial days. As in Havana, there is a waterfront drive known as the malecon.

Casa de Campo ****

 

An amazing 7,000-acre hotel, resort and residential community, unlike any other Caribbean destination, Casa de Campo is a tropical gem on the southeastern coast of the Dominican Republic.

 

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Starting from $331



Occidental Grand Punta Cana **** All inclusive

 

From out of the vivid turquoise-blue hues of the Atlantic, a powdered-sugar beach stretches the length of the Dominican Republic's Eastern shore. This seemingly endless path of stunning white sand is a fitting welcome mat to the all-inclusive Occidental Grand Punta Cana.

 

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Starting from $149



Tortuga Bay *****

 

Tortuga Bay, the only AAA Five Diamond hotel in the Dominican Republic, is a secluded enclave with impeccable service and decor designed by Oscar de la Renta, travelers will find an array of amenities sure to satisfy even the most discriminating tastes.

 

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Starting from $700



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Sivory Punta Cana ****

 
As the wonderfully last and most secluded of hideaways on a stretch of Punta Cana shoreline, Sivory Punta Cana Boutique Hotel is a place to be gloriously alone. 

 

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Starting from $224

St. Lucia

After bouncing from French to British ownership 14 times, this awesomely beautiful island is an intriguing combo of sophisticated France and nature-loving Britain. Visitors are especially impressed by the island's forest-covered mountains with its bird, turtle and nature-study options. St Lucia has perhaps the most dramatic of tropical splendours in its twin peaks: The Pitons. These peaks are near black volcanic sands and romantic settings worthy of a Hollywood musical extravaganza.

Bay Gardens Beach Resort ***

 

Treat yourself to the ultimate Caribbean getaway at the luxurious Bay Gardens Beach Resort & Spa, a 4-star resort nestled in the stunning, secluded beaches of Saint Lucia. Warm sand, blue gleaming waters, exquisite dining and accommodations are the ideal backdrop for the perfect escape to Saint Lucia.

 

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Starting from $145

Turks and Caicos Islands

The island of Providenciales is home to Gansevoort Turks + Caicos, an opulent escape from civilization located on 400 feet of the purest white sand in the Caribbean. With ocean views from every guest room, the hypnotic turquoise water flourishes with marine life creating a perfect setting for snorkelers, anglers, sailors, water sports enthusiasts and leisure vacationers. Provo boasts eight national parks, nature reserves and historical sites.

Gansevoort Turks and Caicos ****

 

Located in Providenciales, Gansevoort Turks & Caicos A Wymara Resort Providenciales is an opulent escape from civilization on 400 feet of the purest white sand in the Caribbean. The West Bay Beach is also near to this property.

 

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Starting from $342



Us Virgin Islands

Made up of St. Croix, St. John and St. Thomas, the laidback USVI offer sophisticated dining, turquoise waters and quaint towns.

Scrub Island Resort*****

 

A Scrub Island Resort, Spa & Marina vacation is a delightful discovery, an experience that won’t be forgotten any time soon and an adventure in luxury living at a resort like no other. On Scrub Island, the charms of the Caribbean lifestyle meet the pleasures of the modern world. You will be awed by the natural beauty of what is, and what can be. 

 

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Starting from $398



British Virgin Islands

These 60-or-so islands in the tropical sun have near-perfect conditions for "yachties." The most frequently visited isles are: Tortola, the largest and with some 13,000 population; Virgin Gorda, Jost Van Dyke, Anegada and Peter Island. As might be expected in a British colony, Tortola has a superb, "veddy British" four-acre Botanic Gardens perfect for studying rain forest creatures, orchids, cactus and magnificent tropical plants.

Westin St. John Resort & Villas ****

 

Pure relaxation awaits you at The Westin St. John Resort & Villas, a refreshing 47-acre tropical hideaway on the palm-lined shores of Great Cruz Bay. Leave the outside world behind as you embrace the smallest of the developed US Virgin Islands and a year-round temperature of 85 degrees.

 

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Starting from $229



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