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Calabash Cove

St Lucia

Luxury resorts offer sumptuous suites, heavenly spas, state-of-the-art facilities, bespoke activities and the finest dining options available — so why would you share it?

Jet away on the most exclusive vacation by renting out these hotels in their entirety for the utmost in privacy and leisure.

1. Calabash Cove

Calabash Cove has 13 luxury ocean view junior suites, four swim-up junior suites and nine cottages, which come complete with their own private plunge pools, Jacuzzi, outdoor rain shower and hammocks — perfect for a week of relaxation with your nearest and dearest.

Indulge at the Ti-Spa, one of the best in the Caribbean, with body wraps or scrubs (the latter of which includes coffee, chocolate and lemon salt options), facials, reflexology therapy, massages or its signature mineral mud body mask. The spa also offers a number of couples packages, including the champagne moonlight escape — spend an evening in a beach gazebo enjoying a hot stone treatment, foot scrub, Swedish massage and a bottle of bubbly.

The all inclusive offering includes all meals, drinks and snacks at any time of day at either of the two restaurants — Windsong, which boasts a sumptuous Asian-inspired menu, or the Sweetwater Bar, which serves up a range of western classics.

Additionally, guests will have unlimited use of the resort’s water toys, such as paddleboards, kayaks and snorkeling gear. Calabash Cove also boasts a library, where guests can read, listen to music, play board games and watch DVDs at their leisure.

Rates start from:

$27,000 in the winter season (January 5 — April 15) and $19,500 in the summer season (April 16 — December 20) per night, with a minimum stay of five nights.

Picture courtesy of Facebook.com / Calabash Cove St Lucia

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