A destination wedding, honeymoon, or anniversary requires a special room, and some of the most luxurious hotel suites in the world are located at posh Caribbean resorts. Not everyone can afford to stay in a suite costing $52,000 -- the nightly rate at the Royal Penthouse Suite at the Hotel President Wilson in Geneva. But the hottest suites in the Caribbean are a relative bargain by comparison.
Each of the villas at the Amanyara in Turks and Caicos is like a mini resort unto itself, with three or four separate indoor-outdoor bedroom pavilions, a living-room and dining-room pavilion, kitchen, and infinity-edge swimming pool surrounding a reflecting pool or ornamental lake on more than an acre of property at Northwest Point.
For cleanliness, well-being, and a luxury feel, each villa also comes serviced by a personal chef and housekeeper.
The Villa Nina in St. Barths is 6,000 square feet of sheer luxury, from the valcucine kitchen to a cinema room, private art gallery, and in-suite dining prepared by Chef Jean-Claude Dufour.
For island touring, the villa also comes equipped with a Mini Cooper, for sport, style, and easy maneuvering around the island.
This 4,000-square-foot suite has 180-degree ocean views, two-story vaulted ceilings, a pair of master bedrooms, a media room, 10-seat dining area, private balconies, and a full kitchen -- all perched atop the newest beachfront hotel on Paradise Island.
The Canouan Resort Villa in St. Vincent and the Grenadines consists of a main house and guest cottage, three bedrooms total, and includes a full kitchen, living room, private pool, and private terraces for each bedroom, all served by a private butler and chef.
The ocean-view "love tub" highlights the amenities at this three-bedroom suite with its private garden swimming pool, living room, and three bathrooms.