Order whole fish filets with hearty, flavorful sides like reds beans and rice and plantains. They operate more like a dinner party than restaurant, so let Thelma know you’ll be joining them for dinner by 3 p.m.
Extraordinary boulders tower over white sand beaches, creating dramatic pools and arches. Hang on the beach, or climb the boulders over to the adjacent Devil's Bay. Bring your snorkel and flippers—there’s as much going on under the water as there is on the beach.
For burgers and conch fritters, head over to Willy T’s—a floating bar and restaurant modeled after a Baltic trading vessel. Accessible only by boat, it’s the perfect mid-day spot for refreshments, soaking up rays, and taking an impromptu plunge into the sky blue waters.
The four-course prix fixe menu features European and Caribbean dishes, like braised lamb shank and grilled mahi, and boasts one of the area’s best wine lists. Plan ahead, as the resort is accessed only by boat or helicopter, both surprisingly less expensive than you’d think.
A fish shack and tiki bar that serves up amazing grilled lobster for a staggeringly small sum. Order a frosty drink (or two) during busy times—the staff really does run on island time, but then again, you should be, too.
This resort is famed for it's horizen edge pool that looks like it runs right into the ocean. So cool and so relaxing. I don't even need to mention the beautiful suites or amazing tropical garden right outside your door.