Hummingbird, St Vincent and the Grenadines
Posted: 27 April 2017
If you love the Caribbean as much as we do, you might find yourself wishing you could call it home. If you chose a luxury villa for your next tropical escape, you might feel one step closer! Whether you are looking to celebrate a special occasion, catch up with friends or enjoy some uninterrupted time with your family, you can find your own little place in the sun to unwind on your own terms. From hillside hideaways to beachside beauties, take your pick of our most luxurious villas in the Caribbean.
Location: Mustique, St Vincent and the Grenadines
Perfect for: A multi-generational blow-out
Style: Airy and contemporary
What’s it like? This hillside villa boasts amazing views of the sea, and with an outdoor gazebo lounge and a spectacularly designed open-air dining area, you need never miss a second of the stunning scenery. Inside, you will find seven bedrooms, along with a bar, media room, games arcade and a gym, ensuring that everyone can be kept entertained – though you will probably be too tempted by the blue skies and array of watersports in the area to spend any length of time indoors! And being located on the famously private island of Mustique, you don’t have to share anything with anyone.
Perfect for: Family gatherings or an intimate wedding
Style: Stylish island living
What’s it like? A stunning ten-bedroom beauty of a villa, this spacious property boasts the benefit of being nestled between two pint-sized private beaches and is surrounded by two acres of immaculate gardens. The effortlessly elegant terrace area overlooks the villa’s namesake – the sparkling blue Caribbean Sea – making a perfect place for families to reconnect, or even to host an intimate wedding party.
The Beach House, Meads Bay
Perfect for: A fun-filled friends reunion
Style: Bright and white
What’s it like? Set along Anguilla’s much loved Mead’s Bay, this sleek holiday home is just steps from the beach, meaning you can stroll along the sands from morning until night. Its crisp white interiors only add to its appeal, where double-height windows frame spectacular sea views, making the most of this stunning setting. Balmy evenings can be spent out on the terrace – where a private chef can serve freshly prepared cuisine and drinks can be sipped from the poolside bar – or down on the sand beside a fire-pit. When the sun is shining, you may wish to enjoy a game of tennis at the private court, or head off to the cays of Prickly Pear and Dog Island for a sea adventure.
Perfect for: Grown-up family catch-ups and golfers
Style: Laid-back Caribbean chic
What’s it like? Tucked away in tropical gardens, this sumptuous villa, quite literally, is ‘the dream’. Not only will you be perched on the waterside, with direct access to the sea, but you will also be within easy reach of the many prestigious restaurants and golf courses of Barbados’s west coast. Ideal for cooking up a feast in the sun, the spacious terrace features a poolside barbecue, a pizza oven and a fully-stocked bar, ensuring The Dream truly lives up to its name.
Godings Beach House
Perfect for: A private Bajan hideaway
Style: Modern luxury
What’s it like? In the prestigious area of St Peter, this chic villa turns the tables on the traditional colonial-style Barbados is usually known for. From the finely crafted entrance gates to the Ralph Lauren bed linen, the beauty lies in the details at Godings Beach House – though that’s not to say it is without impressive ‘wow’ moments! The private infinity-edge pool overlooks the lawn and the glistening ocean, while the yoga pavilion is a soothing spot in which to channel the rejuvenating energy of the Caribbean sun. This villa can also boast a dedicated service team, including a butler, housekeeper, gardener, cook and security guard.
Perfect for: Relaxation in the sun
Style: Sumptuous modern beach house
What’s it like? With plush, silvery interiors, this chic beachside hideaway is made for magazine spreads. Outside, the pool is an oasis nestled by tropical greenery, while the beachfront deck boasts almost tangible views of the sea, where endless hours can be spent being serenaded by the gently lapping waves. The villa also has the benefit of being close to a number of top golf courses and the historic Holetown, known for being the first settlement in Barbados.
Perfect for: Family fun
Style: Spacious and bright
What’s it like? Sleeping up to fourteen people, Palm Point boasts a stunning position on its own private peninsula. The rooms are all airy and open-plan, but the highlight of the villa is the spectacular 360-degree overwater Master Suite that extends out from the tip of the peninsula, making a stunning romantic hideaway for couples to enjoy. There is also an excellent team of staff to take of every need, including housekeepers, concierge, a gardener, a driver, a boat captain, a fisherman and a fantastic house chef called Ruthie, who has a wealth of experience of cooking around the world. You can also board the villa’s sports yacht or speedboat for an exciting day at sea, pull out a kayak or grab some snorkelling gear to make the most of the fantastic beach on your doorstep.
Perfect for: A holiday to remember
Style: Palatial yet homely
What’s it like? One-part homely Bajan hideaway and one-part palatial wonder, Crystal Springs is a villa for those looking for something really special. The dining loggia is a beautiful spot to savour a meal with family or friends, featuring an elaborately tiled ceiling and boasting beautiful sea views, so if you are planning a special celebration, look no further. You can also step down to the sandy little cove directly from the villa’s annexe terrace – which itself offers its own bar – where you can enjoy a cordoned off swimming area for swimming, snorkelling and an array of watersports.
Becoming increasingly popular, a resort villa experience is best for those who don’t want to give up those little hotel comforts.
Resort: Jumby Bay Island, Antigua
Perfect for: Style-seekers
Style: Asian-influenced opulence
What’s it like? As one of Jumby Bay, A Rosewood Resort’s much sought-after Estate Houses, you can rest assured you’ve got one of the finest spots in Antigua when you stay at Lazy Lizard. With full access to the fabulous dining venues, Rosewood Spa and children’s club, you can enjoy all the benefits of this five-star resort, though you may wish to never leave the luxurious comfort of your villa. The six bedrooms are situated in separate pavilions, making it ideal for groups of friends looking for a chic haven in which to enjoy the sun, while the floating dining pavilion is a spectacular place to enjoy the evening.
Resort: Eden Rock, St Barthes
Perfect for: A cool catch-up with friends
Style: Fashionably contemporary
What’s it like? Villa Rockstar has a big name to live up to – and we think it does so exceedingly well. Not only are four of the bedrooms named after some of the world’s greatest music stars, but it even features its own recording studio for aspiring artists. It can also claim a notable swagger with its brilliantly white, gleaming interiors and private gate that leads to the beautiful St Jean Beach, where famously soft sands await.
Resort: Peter Island Resort & Spa, The British Virgin Islands
Perfect for: A classic island hideaway
Style: Robinson Crusoe chic
What’s it like? The laid-back vibe of this castaway-style villa is second to none. Set among eighteen-thousand-acres of uninhabited terrain and several untouched beaches, this is the ideal place to escape the burdens of modern life. Spanning twenty-thousand square-foot of interior space, there is plenty of room for the twelve guests it can accommodate – not to mention the four-thousand square-foot of outdoor living space! You will also be able to enjoy the paradise pleasures of Peter Island Resort & Spa, one of the most exclusive resorts in the Caribbean.
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