You can choose an ocean view, a bay view, or both at this pastel-splashed luxury resort that includes spacious suites, condominiums, and town houses with island art, seashell accents, hardwood and rattan furnishings, lavish bedrooms and baths, and ultramodern kitchens (though some units have no stoves). There are also larger single-family beach houses, with up to four bedrooms, that make it hard for some guests to return to their own permanent homes. The smallest rooms
are 728 square feet. Why leave such posh digs in paradise? The pastel-painted wooden structures, landscaping, fountains, and road systems blend with the natural terrain of beaches, palms, and the two bay-side marinas with 203 slips accommodating yachts up to 203 feet. At the biggest marina there's a saltwater beach-entry pool and windowed Sabor restaurant. Enjoy your lunch at the infinity-pool grill, Aqua, overlooking the ocean.