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.
British Airways and Virgin Atlantic operate frequent flights into the hub of Antigua making it convenient to take a same day connection on to somewhere smaller. Scheduled services or private jets are equally an option here, with Tradewind Aviation offering a hybrid of a private jet experience on a daily scheduled service to St. Barths. Similarly for the British Virgin Islands, Air Monaco operate twice weekly direct flights on Fridays and Saturdays.
December to July are the best months to travel having average daily temperatures of 28 – 29 degrees, with welcome Trade Winds blowing year round.
A peaceful and pristine paradise, fusing West Indies charm and French savoir-vivre in an elegant yet laid-back spirit. The former Hotel Saint Barth, on one of the loveliest beaches of St. Barthélemy, Flamands Beach has now joined the Cheval Blanc portfolio with all the flair and luxury amenities that name brings.
Eden Rock, now part of Oetker Collection, was constructed around 1950 by famous aviator and adventurer, Rémy de Haenen and became the bolthole for his Hollywood friends including Greta Garbo and Howard Hughes.
Jamaican boutique gems, The Beach, The Cliffs and The Villas all have something in common - the promise of a carefree tropical escape, exceptional personal service, snorkelling, luxury spa treatments and a tropical island adventure. The Beach is stylish yet simple, rustic and romantic. This retreat, on Negril’s world-famous Seven Mile Beach, has a laid-back ambience created by local artwork, louvered windows and private verandas, as well as staff who’ll treat you like a treasured friend. The Cliffs is colourful and charming, with a trademark Jamaican vibe.
It occupies its own peninsula, with two wide beaches and a lagoon sheltered by a reef. Colourful cottages with a timeless and graceful explorer aesthetic are scattered along garden paths that meander through eighteen acres of tropical gardens. There are two pools and three restaurants as well as an equally enticing Spa. A dazzling array of water sports await, from diving to kite surfing. There’s also a kids club to keep tots entertained.
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