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Guana Island or Petit St. Vincent

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At the Guana Island Club, fifteen guest rooms are spread among seven houses scattered along a hillside on this totally private island. The houses are simply decorated in Caribbean style, with rattan furniture and ceiling fans, and each has a porch. The island's many trails make it a favorite spot for hikers, and it's a bird-watching paradise.
Petit St. Vincent, likewise, is also a private island, where you can indulge shipwreck fantasies without forgoing the frozen mango daiquiri at sunset, room service breakfast, the skills of a great chef, and so on. There are only 22 houses here, with bedroom, sitting room, and one or two bathrooms in a U-shape around a big, partly covered wooden deck. Floors are tiled and grass matted, walls are of stone, and--on two sides--glass, with patio doors that slide away entirely, giving you trade winds for a lullaby. The staff outnumbers the guests two to one. No telephones. Incredibly luxurious and private. Wow!

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