We would like to share with we 3 dark hotel gems – ideal for a singular Caribbean experience. Each one has been comparison for those of we who adore to be beside, underneath or on a sparkling, bluish Caribbean waters – from a British Virgin Islands to The Grenadines.
Cooper Island Beach Club, BVIs
Relax and suffer a barefoot Caribbean knowledge during one of Cooper Island Beach Club’s cottages on a beachfront beside Manchoineel Bay. Guests can opt for a day’s sailing or select from over 60 sites to dive before returning to a sandy shores during this chic, island hideaway.
Bequia Beach Hotel, The Grenadines
This boutique hotel with a colonial character and beachfront suites is a impulse of Bengt Morstedt, a Swedish sailor. Located beside Friendship Beach, Bagatelle Restaurant serves cuisine with a alloy of Caribbean and general flavours – as good as a distinguished beach barbeques where live song inspires guest to dance barefoot in a sand!
Tamarind Beach Hotel Yacht Club, The Grenadines
Overlooking a bluish sea and white, powder-soft silt of Grand Bay, Tamarind Beach Hotel can exaggerate that any and each room has a overwhelming sea view. Under Italian management, tasty cuisine is served underneath thatched roofs on a sand, while a lustrous waters tempt guest to snorkel, cruise or maybe take a hydrobike out into a bay.
Emily Whittington is Marketing Manager at Tropic Breeze.
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