Getting here may be a bit complicated—you fly to Barbados then to Union Island, before transferring to a boat—but the effort is fully rewarded with the ultimate opportunity to enjoy time off the grid. But just because you've unplugged doesn't mean you'll be roughing it: the 115-acre, private-island resort's 22 stone-and-wood cottages are sumptuously appointed with custom beds and furnishings, and they now offer air conditioning. The all-inclusive room rates take the guesswork out of what to do and where to eat—although you'll still have to choose between your cozy cloister or the newer beach bar and restaurant. Tennis, a 2-acre white-sand beach, and pampering spa service round out the restorative offerings at this ultimate getaway.
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