• CARIBBEAN
    CARIBBEAN
  • CARIBBEAN
    CARIBBEAN
  • Barbados
    Barbados
  • Antigua
    Antigua
  • Saint Lucia
    Saint Lucia
  • Jamaica
    Jamaica
  • Virgin Islands
    Virgin Islands
  • Anguilla
    Anguilla
  • Bahamas
    Bahamas
  • Turks & Caicos
    Turks & Caicos
  • Grenada
    Grenada
  • St Barths
    St Barths
  • The Grenadines
    The Grenadines

Caribbean

The Caribbean will have something for you whether you're looking for romantic seclusion, a leisurely spa break or a couple of weeks relaxing with the family. Our carefully-chosen hotels are dotted throughout the most exotic islands in the region and are suitably complemented by exciting destinations such as Mexico, New York, Los Angeles and Miami.

Anguilla

There is little that can top the visual appeal of an island archipelago and the British Virgin Islands are no exception. On St. Barths the stylish ambience of the south of France rubs shoulders with the vibrant beauty of the West Indies. Since the mid-eighties Anguilla has garnered itself a reputation that many tropical islands would envy, with just the right blend of worldly sophistication and untouched natural beauty.

Anguilla

Antigua

Antigua’s famous boast that it can offer ‘a beach for every day of the year’ is selling it short. The island’s appeal is far wider than that and encompasses its colonial history, its lack of development, its lively yachting culture and its picturesque interior that ranges from rainforest lush to desert dry. It probably has a cricket match for every day of the year too, as well as hundreds of other attractions, from steel bands to snorkelling.

Antigua

The Bahamas

The Bahamas mean different things to different people - quite understandable when you discover the chain consists of more than seven hundred islands scattered across 100,000 square-miles of Atlantic Ocean

The Bahamas

Barbados

Thanks to its charming hotels, coral sand beaches and good humoured people, Barbados has been the island of choice for the well-heeled and well-connected since the sixties. Even with the more recent emergenceof ritzy resorts, fashionable restaurants and designer golf courses, the island retains its relaxed West Indian identity. The finest hotels still carefully maintain their classic island style, knowing it is this that keeps people coming back for more. Most of them also continue to be low-rise with the best ones situated along the island’s fabled west coast; handy not only for the championship golf, but also for the gourmet eateries that now proliferate.

Barbados

Grenada

Grenada’s charm lies in its laid-back West Indian attitude. Breathtaking beaches are wonderfully unspoiled and there are waterfalls, spice plantations and street markets where other destinations might have casinos, shopping malls and championship golf courses. The spotlight here is on lush scenic beauty and an unhurried way of life, activities that are focused upon the water and freshly-caught seafood sprinkled with the local spices that give the ‘Spice Island’ its nickname.

Grenada

The Grenadines

Escape to the Lilliputian islands of The Grenadines for laidback living away from the pressures and irritations of the 21st century. The absence of shops and nightlife is more than compensated for by the stunning seascapes and unique flora and fauna. These tranquil mini-kingdoms are all about the therapeutic wonders of the Caribbean Sea, whether you swim, snorkel, sail or simply surrender to its beauty from the nearest beach bar.

The Grenadines

Jamaica

More a country than an island, Jamaica is becoming as fashionable again as it was in the fifties, and with good reason – its culture is lively and interesting, its people are amongst the Caribbean’s most friendly and it’s home to some of the best beaches and the most scenically beautiful places in the world. If you take a climb up Dunn’s River Falls, a raft trip along the Martha Brae river or a drive into the majestic Blue Mountains you’ll see what we mean.

Jamaica

St Kitts & Nevis

St. Kitts and Nevis are paradise islands bursting with Caribbean charm. Once the world leader in sugar cane cultivation, St. Kitts is a place where life is certainly sweet, where there’s a powerful sense of community and history, where you can explore rainforests, wrecks and coral reefs. With long empty beaches, rainforests and hot springs, Nevis is place to relax amid stunning natural beauty. But it’s also the island of sport, with a famous Fishing Tournament, Running Festival and dedicated drag racing track.

St Kitts & Nevis

St Barths

There is little that can top the visual appeal of an island archipelago and the British Virgin Islands are no exception. On St. Barths the stylish ambience of the south of France rubs shoulders with the vibrant beauty of the West Indies. Since the mid-eighties Anguilla has garnered itself a reputation that many tropical islands would envy, with just the right blend of worldly sophistication and untouched natural beauty.

St Barths

Saint Lucia

Sensuous Saint Lucia, with its mouth-watering local cuisine, a mix of West Indian, Creole and French food, it’s cocoa, sugar and banana plantations, it’s beaches fringed with swaying palms and the majestic Piton mountains crowned with emerald. Adventurous Saint Lucia, an island of valleys and volcanos, of lush rainforest and pirate-themed capers. With sumptuous spas, world-class resorts and UNESCO World Heritage Status, Saint Lucia is named the ‘Helen of the West’ and the “World’s Leading Honeymoon Destination” for good reason.

Saint Lucia

Turks & Caicos

The Turks & Caicos are for escapists in need of rest and relaxation, not to mention a little communing with nature. Their white beaches, aquamarine waters and forgotten interiors attract dolphins, flamingo and iguanas, whilst their miles of pristine coral reefs have earned them recognition amongst the world’s top diving destinations. As for the Bahamas, Nassau is the vibrant main island offering its visitors every 21st century holiday activity under the glorious Caribbean sun.

Turks & Caicos

The Virgin Islands

There is little that can top the visual appeal of an island archipelago and the British Virgin Islands are no exception. On St. Barths the stylish ambience of the south of France rubs shoulders with the vibrant beauty of the West Indies. Since the mid-eighties Anguilla has garnered itself a reputation that many tropical islands would envy, with just the right blend of worldly sophistication and untouched natural beauty.

The Virgin Islands

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