Barbados west coast hotels are some of the most luxurious, and best located, in the Caribbean. Nestled along beautiful powder-soft sand palm tree fringed beaches with warm turquoise waters lapping at the shore, each hotel on this list offers a unique stay among truly special surroundings.
Beautiful beaches and coastlines
Alleynes Bay Barbados is a gorgeous broad stretch of white gold powder-soft sand that melts into the shallow warm turquoise waters of the Caribbean Sea. Is it a beach worth visiting? Yes, yes it is. If we could set up shop there and never leave, we probably would.
Cartagena is known as Colombia’s jewel. And while it’s the country’s most popular city for tourists, don’t let that put you off. The city’s colourful colonial architecture and world-class restaurants might be it’s draw, but its uniqueness comes from the amazing beaches that are right on the city’s edge – and just a short drive or boat ride away.
A lot of people still aren’t entirely sure where Anguilla is – and that’s part of its beauty. There are few better destinations in the world for that castaway in paradise feeling, and even fewer with beaches as sublime, if any.
The beaches in Boracay, a small island in the Philippines, have been described as the best in Asia. Soft brilliantly white sand, azure blue water, surrounded by lush tropical paradise. So, it’s no surprise some of the best luxury hotels and resorts have been built along its shores.
The best beaches in Punta Cana, and the surrounding area, also happen to be some of the best beaches in the Caribbean. Soft white sand, swaying looping palm trees, and water so mesmerising its barely describable.
Some of America’s most spectacular coastline, a widely acclaimed international dining scene, stylish bars, cafes, endless shopping. And so. Much. Sunshine. Orange County, California is a must visit.
More than 50km of golden and white sand beaches make up Punta Cana’s Coconut Coast, and some of the best hotels in the Dominican Republic have set up camp along its beguiling shores.
With awesome volcanoes, vast lakes, and some of the most extensive rainforests in Central America, Nicaragua is a special country. And with more than 500 miles of Pacific Ocean and Caribbean Sea coastline its beaches may just be the jewel in the crown.
There’s just something about pristine white sand beaches. It’s like the ultimate symbol of paradise, an immaculate stretch of powdery soft sand fringed on one side by bright tropical green palm trees and on the other gentle turquoise waves crashing onto the shore. White sand beaches so beautiful they will make your jaw drop.
Over the last few months how many times has your mind drifted off to private beach resorts with pristine soft white sand spanning as far as you can see along secluded crescent beaches – with no one else but you and your loved ones for miles around? Be honest, it’s more than once isn’t it? Yeh, us too.