The best hotels in the Caribbean

These resorts aim to provide guests with a highly personalized and memorable experience that often exceeds the expectations of even the most seasoned traveler.

From luxury hotels, with palatial bedrooms, extravagant spas, dramatic clifftop settings, striking architecture and white sand beaches, check out the eight top hotels to travel to in the Caribbean

The Crane, Barbados: A hilltop pool overlooking the resort’s wide beach is just one of the draws at this classic property,The Crane

Spice Island Beach Resort, Grenada: One of Grenada’s biggest draws is Grand Anse Beach, home to Spice Island Beach Resort.

Cap Maison, St. Lucia:  Located near the northern tip of St Lucia, in the posh Cap Estate area, the hotel’s look is Spanish Caribbean, with arches, courtyards and fountains, eye-catching Hispanic tilework and terracotta urns.

Casa de Campo, Dominican Republic: Waking up beside this perfect crescent of sand for a pre-breakfast swim is a delight, and the five-star resort.Cap Maison

Necker Island, British Virgin Islands: Entire-island rentals are the norm at Necker Island, but there are times when couples and smaller groups can book.

Sunset at the Palms, JamaicaSunset at the Palms, Jamaica: This adults-only boutique hotel features treehouse-style suites that make the most of the surrounding jungle.

Curtain Bluff, Antigua: Tucked among 20 lush acres, Curtain Bluff has been welcoming guests since 1962. There are 72 suites and rooms.

Sugar Beach, St. Lucia: Few Caribbean locales can match the scenic wow factor of the Pitons, two mountains providing the backdrop to Sugar Beach.

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