3 classically luxurious hotels in the Caribbean

Our selection of ultimate luxury hotels in the Caribbean features three of the Caribbeans timeless classics. From an iconic luxury hotel in Jamaica, a premium all inclusive property in Antigua and a family owned boutique in Grenada our ultimate luxury hotels are classically luxurious with fine dining, spacious accommodation and most importantly… outstanding service. These properties all have heaps of charm and character and offer a truly authentic luxurious Caribbean experience.

Jamaica Inn, Jamaica

An elegant and intimate family owned hotel where service and quality are of the highest standards. Once the favoured holiday destination for iconic celebrities such as Marilyn Monroe and Audrey Hepburn, Jamaica Inn is a timeless classic.

Jamaica Inn

Guests can unwind in their spacious suites or watch the sun rise from their furnished and spacious verandah, before heading to the beach to unwind on the white sands.  Evenings are elegant and the hotels chef serves an indulgent six course menu on the terrace overlooking the Ocean.

Jamaica Inn

Curtain Bluff,  Antigua

A premium, all inclusive retreat on the south coast of Antigua, Curtain Bluff has built a reputation for seamlessly catering for guests of all ages.  Adults can enjoy the opulent dining, the cliff perched spa and the excellent wine cellar while younger guests can spend their days fishing from the dock, making their own ice cream or hanging out at the cool childrens club.

Curtain Bluff

With each suite at Curtain Bluff built overlooking the ocean, guests can enjoy fantastic Caribbean views. The suites are furnished to high standards and offer guests plenty of space. Curtain Bluff is renowned for its world class tennis tuition where professional tennis players coach guests of all ages. Guests can truly unwind at Curtain Bluff knowing that every need or desire will be catered for.

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Calabash Luxury Boutique Hotel & Spa, Grenada

Calabash Luxury Boutique Hotel and Spa is a highly regarded, family owned, all suite property located on the white sands of La Anse Aux Epines on the Island of Grenada. Their extremely helpful and friendly staff are committed to making your holiday a memorable experience. Your day starts with a private breakfast served on your balcony overlooking the hotels ground before you head to the beach, wander around the gardens or head out of the hotel to explore the Island of Grenada.

Calabash Luxury Boutique Hotel and Spa

We would recommend being back in time for lunch where you can sample a delicious range of tapas at Bash Bar by Mark B. Dinner is an elegant affair and guests can sample a delicious range of cuisine at Gary Rhodes Restaurant overlooking the gardens and ocean beyond.

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Emily Whittington is Marketing Manager at Tropic Breeze.

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Comments (3)

  1. Sharon says:

    The first hotel looks out of this world. We were thinking of booking a hotel in Jamaica and this might be it! I have to say I thought the prices would be much less affordable but they’re surprisingly ok. The terrace overlooking the Ocean is so dreamy. Do you happen to know what room should I book to get a hold of that terrace?

  2. The hotel in Antigua looks great! Well they all do actually. We are doing a stopover in Antigua for a cruise, but this looks like a great place to go and relax!

  3. Emily Whittington says:

    Hi Sharon. Sorry for the delayed response. Jamaica Inn is a truly beautiful resort- In fact one of my colleagues was there just last week and her stories and pictures are great!

    Jamaica Inn offers all of its guests outside space and terraces with sea views. The suite you choose dictates the size of the terrace and the proximity to the beach. The Blue Cottage or The Premier Verandah Suites are a great option.

    Please get in touch if you require any further information. Emily, Tropic Breeze.

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