With its gorgeous sandy beach and adjacent national marine park, Sugar Beach boasts one of the most breathtaking locations in the Caribbean. Indeed, with its beautiful bay and views out to the island's iconic Piton mountains, it's hard to imagine a better setting. Originally created by Lord Glenconner, this famous resort was once an 18th-century sugar mill estate and today it retains much of it's colonial aesthetic.

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Luxurious rooms and villas are tastefully furnished in a plantation style, with rooms located close to the main facilities and villas tucked away on the forested hillside, with views out to the sparkling Caribbean Sea and those famous Piton peaks

There are three superb restaurants to choose from – the Great Room, with its delectable fine dining and ever-so-elegant setting; Bayside Restaurant, which offers relaxed a la carte dining; and The Terrace, where cooked and continental breakfasts are served each morning. The  Cane Bar, a chic late night spot, serves speciality rums, while the Jalousie Bar is the place to head for a relaxing sundowner cocktail, wood-fired pizza and laid-back vibes.

Of course, you'll also want to enjoy the facilities and, with the fabulous Rainforest Spa and a stunning outdoor swimming pool, there's much in the way of relaxation to complement those languid, sun-kissed days. And, more adventurous guests are equally well catered to, with a full spread of water sports as well as tennis courts, beach volleyball and fitness classes all available on site. Then, there's the hotel's glorious surroundings, with 192 acres of ground to explore as well as a host of island activities from zip-lining to diving and rainforest hikes. Speak to our specialist for the full range of options.


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