We’ve been talking a lot about the Caribbean since last month. And why not? It’s one of the most mesmerizing travel destinations in the world. Those who have visited the Caribbean (or even seen photos of it), will agree. Those who haven’t visited it… well… it’s about time you do, especially if you have a partner whom you want to pamper.
If you are inclined towards romance, the Caribbean offers a plethora of special places which are perfect for you, including hotels that have their own islands, quiet villages that let you unwind and enjoy some calm, or suites equipped with private pools. We have listed three of them below.
- Hermitage Bay, Antigua
If money is no concern, this is the perfect place for you and your partner to spend quality time and soak in the beauty of surroundings. Couples barely emerge from their suites to experience the lovely surroundings, but who can blame them. If you stay in a hillside cottage surrounded by tropical greenery and have a private pool, verandah which offers a sensational view and room service which includes spas, it’s unlikely that you will leave your cottage too, right? To add to the cottages, there are also eight beachfront suites which are within touching distance of the gorgeous ocean.
- Laluna, Grenada
Located in a secluded spot surrounded by the hillside and beaches on either side, Laluna is a favorite among honeymooners who visit Grenada. With just 16 non-luxurious cottage like rooms and small plunge pools for each, this place is intimate and gives out a relaxing vibe – something that is perfect if you want to get away from the everyday hustle and bustle. Laluna also has a good Italian beachfront restaurant, a Balinese-style spa, and a pavilion behind the beach for daily yoga and pilates sessions.
- Little Arches, Barbados
There are just 10 houses in this small and cosy set-up, which is a big hit among youngish couples, most of whom yearn for the often-missing privacy from their daily lives. The beach across the road is frequented by locals, and the centre of Oistins, a fishing village famed for its fish fry weekly party, is a stroll away. There’s an excellent restaurant on the rooftop terrace of the hotel. Including return flights, you can enjoy seven nights at this location for just £1,299 – more than a bang for your buck.
When traveling to the Caribbean, do remember to purchase calling cards to keep in touch with loved ones back home. These calling cards can be purchased at the airport or online and let you make international calls to almost any destination globally. So you don’t need to worry about spending on international calls because you can do so at really low call rates. These calling cards are one of the most effective options to make international calls and stay connected with family and friends.
The Caribbean is a dream-like destination which is still not touched by lots of urbanization. A lot of hotels, however, have taken over small beaches and made them captive. So visit the place before the landscape changes further, not just because hotels are taking over, but to simply enjoy the thrilling beauty that the set of islands has to offer.