Below is an introduction to some of our most popular hotels and resorts in the Caribbean and the Maldives…each of these exceptional properties has special offers available for 2017 so take advantage and plan your tropical getaway now!
Hand picked by the team at Tropic Breeze these five hotels offer unique experiences, outstanding service, delicious cuisine and the opportunity to make some wonderful memories. Here are our top 5 hotels in the Caribbean to visit in 2016.
The island of Jamaica is bustling with colour, culture and diversity offering a wide range of choices from ultimate pampering to breath-taking adventure!
The island of Barbados is rich with its diverse culture, landscape, cuisine and events. The Tropic Breeze team has selected these five events as experiences not be missed if you are lucky enough to be on the island!
A former sugar plantation, the privately owned hotel Montpelier Plantation & Beach is set in sixty acres of grounds that are steeped in the history of Nevis, this stunning Caribbean island . Once the site of the wedding between the British Navy Admiral, Horatio Nelson and Fanny Nisbet in 1787, the Montpelier Plantation & Beach is now a member of the prestigious Relais and Chateaux group.
Escape the cold and rain this November and experience some exciting food events in the Caribbean. The Islands of St Lucia and Barbados are both hosting some exciting culinary events.
Nevis is one of the most unspoilt islands in the Caribbean and offers some amazing food, with a great mix of both hotel and local dining options available – whatever your tastes, you won’t be disappointed and we have picked the best places to eat in Nevis. Accompanied by a different variation on a rum punch wherever you go, you will be in for a real treat!
Six Senses are renowned for their high end yet very sustainable hotels, their signature Ice Cream Studio’s , their Culinary adventures and their commitment to making your holiday a once in a lifetime experience. Six Senses Laamu follows the traditional ethos of its sister resorts and continues to raise the Six Sense’s standards in beautiful surroundings.
It was a miserable and cold morning in London, but frankly I didn’t mind! I had that spring in my step as I made my way from my snug yotel Gatwick room to the terminal and hopped onto my flight to Antigua- Not a bad way to start my weekend! As this was my first visit to both Nevis and St Kitt’s I was desperate to experience the local culture and visit the beautiful properties that I had heard so much about.
Barbados is renowned for its sunshine, friendly locals, rum punch and of course fantastic dining. This foodie island is a firm favourite for the Tropic Breeze team with the exciting Barbados street food and chilled beach bars serving up fresh fish fritters and cold rum punch, after all what more could you need?!