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Calabash Cove Resort & Spa

At a Glance

    Pros

  • stylish, sophisticated, and friendly
  • great food
  • wedding parties can reserve the entire resort

    Cons

  • the long, bone-crunching dirt road at the entrance
  • the many steps may be difficult for those with physical challenges

Calabash Cove Resort & Spa Review

The luxurious suites and Balinese-inspired cottages at this inviting resort spill gently down a tropical hillside to a secluded beach on Bonaire Bay, just south of Rodney Bay. The private cottages, constructed of mahogany, stone, and other natural materials, all face the sea to take advantage of the sunset. Surrounded by lush vegetation for privacy, each cottage has a separate sitting room, private plunge pool, a hammock on the patio, outdoor rain shower, and full bar. Four manor house suites have swim-up access to the infinity pool, which has a natural rock waterfall. The remaining suites also face the sunset and are just as large and luxuriously furnished. Walkways that meander through the property serve as access to the cottages and the beach, where a boardwalk and dock are ideal for an evening stroll or romantic dinner. The open-air Windsong restaurant, high on the hill and a few steps from the lobby, offers an unobstructed view of the sea (or, in the evening, the twinkling lights of Castries) from every table—and Chef Didier is one of the best on the island.

    Hotel Details

  • 17 suites; 9 cottages.
  • Rate includes breakfast, all-inclusive.
Updated: 02-28-2014

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