The following article was featured in the May 2019 edition of Recommend magazine.
What defines “luxury” today in the Caribbean: traditional elegance or sleek modernity? Enough guest rooms to support scores of options, or a few rooms to foster exclusivity? It’s tricky; after all, different strokes for different folks. Here’s how seven resorts and resort companies offer different flavors of luxury.
#7 Calabash Cove Resort & Spa
“If your clients like a large, noisy, and ordinary resort, Calabash Cove Resort & Spa may not be best for them,” warns owner Konrad Wagner. This 26-suite adults-only hideaway on a lovely beach in northern Saint Lucia defines luxury as seclusion and Caribbean charm. Its C-Bar and suites offer jaw-dropping views of the sea, the Winding restaurant customizes cuisine for guests, the Ti Spa exudes serenity, there’s a variety of watersports, and half the suites feature swim-out patios or plunge pools.
Calabash Cove also defines luxury as giving guests a choice between CP and all-inclusive plans. As Wagner puts it, “Choice is sexy.” Given the resort’s splendid isolation – akin to that of a private island resort – I’d recommend the AI. This unusual package includes more than 20 wines and levies no surcharges on guests who order lobster in season.
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