Caribbean Hideaways: Discovering Enchanting Rooms and Private Villas
Featuring stunning escapes selected for their unique views, unrivaled décor, and one-of-a-kind ambience, this book is the perfect gift for both the sophisticated traveler and the interiors aficionado. Every traveler wants to feel as if they are the first to discover their destination—that’s why staying somewhere fresh, somewhere that is still a well-kept secret, is so important. Travel journalist and hotel expert Meg Nolan Van Reesema has combed the Caribbean for the most exotic, exclusive places to stay, from the relaxed, chic bungalows of Hermitage Bay in Antigua with their dark wood furnishings and freestanding tubs, to the open-air guest rooms of Jade Mountain in St. Lucia with unparalleled views of the Piton peaks, and The Fustic House, an exceptional private estate in Barbados with an Oliver Messel design that allows guests to enjoy every island breeze. Luxuriate in the spectacular Balinese furnishings of Anguilla’s Bird of Paradise Villa, or relax in the cosseted bliss of the Colleton Suite at Cobblers Cove in Barbados, a classic English interior with four-poster bed, fringed curtains, and private terrace. Featuring destinations from fifteen islands, and with more than two hundred lavish photographs of stunning interiors and unforgettable ocean vistas, the book is an invaluable guide to the finest guestrooms in the Caribbean.