Caribbean Hotels and Resorts For the Whole Family
Collected by Afar Magazine
Sometimes, the best gift is a family getaway. Whether you're traveling with toddlers, teens, grandparents, or in-laws, these Caribbean retreats offer a balance of ocean and jungle adventures, plus endless opportunities for relaxation.
L.G. Smith Blvd #107, Noord, Aruba
A world of luxury awaits at this sprawling resort situated on Palm Beach, with its miles of powdery white sand and calm, turquoise waters. Every one of its 320 rooms is generously sized, has a private balcony with ocean views, and is decorated in...
Ross Blvd Portsmouth, Portsmouth, Dominica
Fulfill your Swiss Family Robinson fantasies when you book a bungalow or villa at Secret Bay. The two-bedroom zing-zing villa was designed for two couples or one couple with two kids (over the age of 12). There’s no restaurant. Instead, room...
Malliouhana, Long Bay Village 2640, Anguilla
Following damage sustained during Hurricane Irma, this property will reopen on December 15, 2018 with a fresh look. In early 2019, it plans to unveil 11 new beachfront suites with a residential feel, four garden suites with ground-floor terraces,...
Troy Hill Drive 1, The Bottom, Caribbean Netherlands
If you’re a beach bum, Saba isn’t for you. The tiny Dutch-Caribbean island is an extinct volcano that is virtually sand free. Nature lovers are drawn here for the island’s unspoiled beauty, protected reefs that offer world-class diving, and...
The Village Kittitian Hill, Basseterre, St Kitts & Nevis
This eco-friendly property is unlike anywhere else in the Caribbean. A 400-acre working farm built within a sustainable community on Mount Liamuiga, the low-key luxury resort has St. Kitt’s requisite gingerbread trim and banana-plant...
Bulevard. Gobernador Nicolaas Debrot 73, Kralendijk 0, Caribbean Netherlands
Flamingos strut through salt ponds, and wild donkeys roam the dirt roads of Bonaire, which lies 50 miles off the coast of Venezuela. Stay in one of the nine villas dreamed up by Dutch design icon Piet Boon. Set along the waterfront just outside of...
Baie des Flamands, Saint-Barthélemy 97133
Following damage sustained during Hurricane Irma, this property will reopen on December 17 with a design concept by architect Jacques Grange, including 19 new rooms. There will also be landscaped gardens, one-of-a-kind artwork, and new culinary...
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