It's outclassed by Willard's of Saba , but this is still a classy joint. One of the most massive engineering projects in Saba's recent memory included the placement of a rock-sided terrace on this plot of forested, steeply sloping land 360m (1,181 ft.) above the sea. The result is a well-conceived cluster of white-walled, red-roofed bungalows angled for sweeping views and surrounding the semicircular edges of the largest pool on Saba, with north-facing views over the island's capital and the sea. From a distance, the compound evokes a fortified village in Iberia. All accommodations are suites, with a combination of Dutch colonial and Indonesian furnishings. The most elegant place to stay is a villa for up to six guests. Most units are split-level, with large living rooms; all have kitchenettes and fine king-size or queen-size beds. A few suites have a Jacuzzi overlooking the coast and sea.
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