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Travel journalist Meg Nolan has combed the Caribbean for the most exotic and exclusive places to stay, from the contemporary, chic bungalows of Hermitage Bay in Antigua with their elegant dark wood furniture, simple white coverlets and freestanding tubs to the open-air rooms of Jade Mountain in St. Lucia with their breathtaking views of the Piton peaks and Fustic House, the largest and certainly most stunning private estate for rent in Barbados with at least two sets of French doors in every room to catch each island breeze. The book features thirty luxury resort destinations including spacious villas and impressive plantations such as the Aquamare, the Bel Air Plantation, the Birds of Paradise Villa, and the Horned Dorset Primavera resort; as well as properties boasting secluded coves and exclusive beaches like those of Cobbler's Cove and Isle de France. All of these tropical retreats have been hand-selected from seventeen islands: Jamaica, Bahamas, Dominican Republic, St. Lucia, Barbados, Guana, Tortola, Virgin Gorda, Anguilla, Nevis, Antigua, St. Barth's, Bequia, Mustique, Petit St. Vincent, Grenada, and Cuba. With more than 200 photographs of stunning interiors and unforgettable ocean vistas, the book is an invaluable guide to the finest rooms and personal sanctuaries in the Caribbean.
Meg Nolan Van Reesema is a writer and editor specializing in luxury travel and interiors. She has worked at Vanity Fair and Town and Country, among others. She is the author of Italian Hideaways. Jessica Antola has photographed for Vanity Fair and Travel + Leisure, among other magazines.