The Most Chilled-Out Resorts in the Caribbean
So, Johnny Depp might have ruled the pirate infested high seas in the blockbusting movie ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’, but as a holiday destination the Caribbean is slow paced, relaxed and loaded with white sandy beaches, and the ultimate in vacation luxury.
The Caribbean islands encompass a diverse range of cultural and musical styles for visitors to enjoy, from the crumbling 1950s facades of downtown Havanna in Cuba to the Reggae bars of Kingston Jamaica. If you are considering a trip to the Caribbean, and just fancy putting your feet up for a couple of weeks check out the selection of chilled out resorts below that us here at Talkholiday recommend just for you!
Aruba, the Hyatt Regency
You can get to this resort if you are staying on the island of Aruba, or in Venezuela, because it lies just fifteen miles off the coast. Owing to its elegant, yet casual charm the resort is one of the premier places to stay on the island.
Caneel Bay, British Virgin Islands
A stay at the Caneel Bay resort, on the island of St. John, it will put you smack in the middle of a jungle setting with the luxury of high quality accommodation for your enjoyment and relaxation. The spa and tennis facilities alone are worth a trip.
Little Dix Bay, British Virgin Islands
Try the perfect tropical wilderness with a stay at the Little Dix Bay resort in Virgin Gorda. If you enjoy hiking, the trails will stun you and if you like water, try the amazing snorkeling experience. The sprawling property is massive and you will not be short of thilngs to do.
Beaches Turks and Caicos Resort & Spa
For the all-inclusive experience the Beaches Turks and Caicos gives you the ultimate in high star quality accommodation and relaxation. Right in the heart of the British West Indies, you can sit and drink cocktails by the pool while enjoying the sun.
Ritz-Carlton, St. Thomas, US Virgin Islands
Mention the Ritz-Carlton and eyes will pop out every time. The mere mention of the name is a statement of luxury and breathtaking views. You will find here, a mix of old world charm and tropical, lush splendor when you stay at the 152 room hotel and resort.
We would love to hear about your Caribbean holidays at tripsology!