Buccament Bay Resort

Waterfront Terraces
The resort’s waterfront terraces have three pools.

Looking for sexy chic on the beach? We think that St. Vincent’s Buccament Bay Resort fits the bill.

Harlequin Hotels and Resorts launched the 95-villa luxury resort to the U.S. market in September, and it is already receiving rave reviews.

The villas come in one, two, and four bedrooms, each with private plunge pools and deck space. Note: We hear the plantation villas have two master bedrooms and two bedrooms with twin beds and make a perfect escape for families or groups of friends.

St. Vincent is a posh playground for the barefoot elite, and guests of Buccament Bay can literally dive into the action. The resort’s Indigo Dive center offers a range of PADI courses and dive excursions around the island. Guests can also enjoy three swimming pools, snorkeling, kayaking, motorized water sports, dolphin and whale watching, and more.

Harboring a hidden talent? The resort is home to an on-site sports academy that gives soccer and tennis coaching, and includes the Pat Cash Academy and Liverpool Football Club Soccer School. Music lovers can indulge in singing and acting with professionals from Broadway and the West End.

To the spa: Beach bums know the importance of rejuvenation, and The Spa at Buccament Bay Resort a selection of treatments and ESPA products. Tip: We love the cocoon-like treatment suites and outdoor gazebo.

Traveling gourmets will love the variety of dining options, from Safran, which serves up Indian cuisine in a modern and elegant atmosphere, to Bamboo, which delivers alfresco dining with a Caribbean twist. Other options include Ginger & Co. Sushi Bar, The Bay Beach Club, and HQ (a must for the younger guest looking for smoothies and gelato).

To book, luxury travel advisors can contact Director of Sales Mark Schmidt ([email protected]; 917-208-8092).

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