In colonial-style rooms you'll find timber beams, rattan furniture and shuttered windows with splashes of colour in sprigged fabrics and bright murals, with gorgeous garden, pool or ocean views from private balconies. For an indulgent upgrade, look to the exquisite villas for a true home away from home, with sprawling lounge areas, private lawns, private terraces and a shared pool.
Accompanied by serene sea views, head to the eponymous restaurant for daily-changing menus – the seafood is particularly excellent – as well as the likes of surf-and-turf barbecues, West Indian buffets and entertainment such as folk dancing and fire eating. Wash it all down at the beautiful open-air bar, all colonial Caribbean vibes, for a post-dinner aperitif in the form of an expertly-mixed Caribbean rum cocktail.
Among the hotel's many five-star facilities, the standout is surely the spa. Situated in a colonial-style pavilion with pool-side cabanas weaved among tropical plants and waterfalls, the Thermal Suite, steam room and Spa Lounge are perfect for relaxing after the likes of Vitamin C facials and lemongrass and ginger body scrubs. For something more active, the hotel’s two swimming pools, tennis courts and huge array of complimentary water sports on offer should keep any active guest – of any age – happy.