Perfect for a honeymoon, rendezvous, or chic escape, this palm-studded resort island offers peace and tranquillity, along with five dazzling white-sand beaches, a calm aquamarine sea for swimming and water sports, nature trails for quiet walks, a pool with waterfall, a "pitch-and-putt" golf course, sophisticated dining, impeccable service, and exquisite accommodations. Picture-perfect Casuarina Beach runs the entire length of the western side of the island. Choose a beachfront room, a palm-view room in the garden, a huge Plantation or Seagrape suite (both ideal for families), or a remote island loft set on stilts that overlooks the sea. All have wicker and bamboo furniture, rich fabrics, and original art created by a resident underwater and marine artist, Patrick Chevailler, M.D. The beachfront rooms have wooden louvered windows (with screens) on three walls to catch every breeze. A pair of two-bedroom private villas—perfect for two couples vacationing together—are spacious, secluded,
and modern. They come with their own golf cart and a lightly stocked kitchen (the all-inclusive meal plan applies). The Royal Palm dining room, for guests only, offers a varied menu; the Sunset Grill and Bar near the dock serves seafood, light fare, and drinks and is open to the public for lunch and for dinner by reservation only. For $50 per couple, lunch will be delivered to a secluded picnic site with hammocks and an ocean view. Sail on the resort's own Pink Lady sloop or on a party-size catamaran to the Tobago Cays and Mayreau for snorkeling and a beach lunch for $90–$100 per person or a sunset champagne cruise (winter only) on Pink Lady for $70 per person.