This hidden-away charmer grew up around an antique windmill of a former sugar plantation. Branching out from its core is a series of stylishly furnished cottages, actually duplex bungalows with two well-furnished guest rooms opening onto terraces fronting landscaped grounds. Accommodations are attractively furnished with tiles, Italian marble, and teak and mahogany wood furnishings. One of the reasons to stay here is to enjoy the tropical gardens of flowers and herbs, complete with a fish pond and enough water lilies to enchant Claude Monet. The hotel provides a golf cart to haul you to a white-sandy beach about a 2-minute ride away. The most festive time to be here is at Sunday brunch, when island musicians entertain while diners enjoy a lavish buffet.
- © Frommer's 2013
- Recommended 2010