INDULGE YOURSELF: Ten special places to stay or eat out on islands of Caribbean 

A home to adventure trips- The Caribbean offers the best places for travellers to spend their vacations. The helm of the region provides peace and a tranquil environment to stay or eat in the islands of beautiful destinations.

INDULGE YOURSELF: Ten special places to stay or eat out on islands of Caribbean 
INDULGE YOURSELF: Ten special places to stay or eat out on islands of Caribbean 

Caribbean: A home to adventure trips- The Caribbean offers the best places for travellers to spend their vacations. The helm of the region provides peace and a tranquil environment to stay or eat in the islands of beautiful destinations.

Graycliff, Bahamas

Dinner at the Garzaroli family’ legendary restaurant in Nassau feels like travellers attending an intimate dinner party with friends at their colonial- style mansion. Offering French, Italian and Bahamian gourmet cuisine with award-winning champagnes and wines, this is a meal they will talk about long after finishing your after-dinner cognac and house-made cigars.

Amanera, Dominican Republic

Seriously moneyed guests can expect an exceptional spa, exclusive golf club and super-discreet service at this sleek, contemporary and stylish sanctuary in 2000 acres of Caribbean rainforest, where Casa Grande (main house) and 25 luxurious casitas hover above the superb beach at Playa Grande.

The Cliff, Barbados

Don finest attire and rub elbows with the rich and famous at one of the Caribbean’s finest dining experiences. Set on a dramatic cliff face with theatrical decor and tables on torch-lit tiered decks, the table d’hôte menu is equally memorable, and service is impeccable.

Round Hill Hotel and Villas, Jamaica 

An elegant old-style Caribbean hotel on a 110-acre peninsula west of Montague Bay, Round Hill has been the holy grail of extravagance since it opened in 1953. Discerning guests have included Grace Kelly, Ian Fleming and John F. Kennedy, and it continues to attract the well-heeled for a touch of timeless glamour.

1919 Restaurant, Puerto Rico 

Located in an opulent setting at the luxurious Condado Vanderbilt Hotel, Puerto Rico’s pre-eminent fine-dining experience is often hailed as one of the Caribbean’s best restaurants. Michelin Star executive chef Juan José Cuevas creates flawless dishes with an emphasis on using locally sourced ingredients- including sublime seafood.

Jade Mountain, St Lucia

One of the Caribbean’s most romantic honeymoon retreats, suites are called sanctuaries and the missing fourth wall offers infinity pools and unparalleled views of the soaring Pitons and Caribbean Sea. Equally dramatic is private dining on the Celestial Terrace that literally hovers in space above this architecturally outstanding resort.

COMO Parrot Cay, Turks & Caicos 

This stunning 100-acre private island hideaway off Providenciales delivers feet-in-the-sand luxury with impeccable service and world-class cuisine. It’s a favourite of celebrities for its complete exclusivity away from prying eyes. Holistic and Asian-inspired treatments are available in the famous Shambhala Retreat spa.

Private yacht, British Virgin Islands

Tortola is the Caribbean’s mecca for luxurious superyacht charter. Sleep on board and enjoy lavish interiors and impeccable service, or overnight at villas on private island retreats. For a true castaway experience, drop anchor at an uninhabited cay for a private champagne beach picnic.

Ocean Club, Bahamas 

Since opening on Paradise Island in 1962, the Ocean Club has been the preferred choice of old-money traditionalists. Still a serenely posh resort, it offers personal butlers, afternoon champagne with strawberries, martinis in the bar, and elegantly chic accommodation in 35 acres of Versailles-inspired gardens.

Canouan, St Vincent & the Grenadines

Reached by private air transfer, this exclusive island is a favourite of billionaires. Ultra-luxurious Mandarin Oriental, Canouan, is the only hotel for jet-setters who don’t already have residences here, while the new 120-slip marina is the Caribbean’s next big superyacht destination.