Elite Traveler Winter 2021

Petit St Vincent, Two BedroomBeach Villa ST VINCENT, GRENADINES

Located on the southern tip of the Grenadines, this secluded boutique resort has gone out of its way to conserve the pristine island: Its reverse osmosis system converts 24,000 gallons of seawater into drinking water each day; fresh vegetables are grown in the chef’s organic garden; and an impressive coral rejuvenation project is well underway. The 115-acre tropical haven is scattered with elegant, low-key properties featuring smooth marble flooring and vaulted wooden ceilings. Opt for the Two Bedroom Beach Villa for stunning sea views, a large outdoor dining area and private shoreside hammock. Best feature The traditional Balinese-inspired spa treatments From $1,900 per night. Contact Matthew Semark, general manager, matthew.semark@petitstvincent.com, +1 954 963 7401, petitstvincent.com

Cobblers Cove, Camelot Suite SPEIGHTSTOWN, BARBADOS

Within the pastel-pink 1940s mansion known as the Great House lies the ridiculously pretty two-story Camelot Suite. Decked in fine linen by Soane Britain and featuring a four-poster bed with sea views and stylish rattan furniture, wicker has never looked so glamorous. The 1,380-sq-ft suite offers both a first-floor terrace and expansive private roof terrace to take advantage of the island’s year-round sunshine. The resort is frequented by a jetset crowd, and no request is too much for the resort’s friendly team — from swimming with turtles to a private sunset picnic on the beach. Cobblers Cove has long been committed to sustainable practices, and the resort sources as much as possible from Barbados itself, including 95% of the food served in its beachfront restaurant and the lavish botanical guest toiletries. Best feature Many of the suite’s fixtures and fittings were crafted by local craftspeople, carpenters and artists From $1,440 per night. Contact Joanna Roterberg, general manager, joanna.roterberg@cobblerscove.com, +1 246 422 2291, cobblerscove.com

Amanyara, Four-bedroom Deluxe Beach Sala Villa TURKS & CAICOS Perched on the western shores of Providenciales between an 18,000-acre nature reserve and a marine national park, Amanyara —meaning ‘peaceful place’ in Sanskrit — certainly lives up to its name. Every step is taken to respect the local environment and community, from clean beach and sea turtle protection initiatives, to support for indigenous craftsmanship. Hidden by tropical greenery and with direct access to the beach, the Four-bedroom Deluxe Beach Sala Villa is one of the resort’s most secluded residences. The minimalist villa was designed to blend in with its surroundings with natural timber, large sliding doors and a black lava stone infinity pool. Everything is taken care of by the property’s dedicated chef and villa host. Best feature The poolside outdoor dining sala and spacious terrace From $19,025 per night. Contact Tania Sitanggang, reservations manager, +1 649 941 5770, amanyarares@aman.com, aman.com

Made with FlippingBook. PDF to flipbook with ease