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Vomo Island Resort

At a Glance

    Pros

  • Fantastic views throughout
  • lavish accommodations
  • excellent cuisine

    Cons

  • Resort could almost be on any tropical island

Vomo Island Resort Review

This private island resort is everything its price tag would imply—a lavish all-inclusive, a setting for haute cuisine, a photo shoot waiting to happen—and one thing it wouldn't: it's child-friendly. For $70.50 a night, kids—ages 4–14—can kayak to a local cay, windsurf, sail, kayak, and snorkel; children under 4 are free. Regardless of whether the little athlete comes along, the grown ones will be satiated by 9-hole pitch-and-putt golf course, tennis, volleyball, badminton, and croquet. Lounge chairs line the pool, the meal-time setting for those foregoing the opportunity to eat on a beachside platform or their personal deck. The all-inclusive menu presents such globe-spanning dishes as potato gnocchi, Thai green curry, and New Zealand beef striploin, all lavishly accompanied. Hillside Villas are 640-square-feet (60 square meters) with separate living areas and bedrooms and Jacuzzis. Beachfront Villas have the same plus outdoor dining areas and are steps from the sand. There's also a two-bedroom villa.

    Hotel Details

  • 29 villas.
  • Rate includes all meals.
  • Credit cards accepted.
Updated: 06-22-2011

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