One of St. Vincent's two true resorts is actually 200 yards offshore on its own private 35-acre island ringed by powder-soft beaches, offering 29 airy, hillside cottages and a pool, spa, tennis court, and superb alfresco restaurant. Access is via a private ferry from Villa Beach, a two-minute "voyage." Rooms and suites are decorated in ecru, ocher, and green with bamboo and rattan furniture; walls of stone and glass have louvered windows surrounding the sitting areas. Each cottage has a terrace, bathroom with garden shower, and water views despite being hidden in lush tropical vegetation. There are also two beachfront cottage suites and three on the hillside, each with separate sitting rooms and private plunge pools; the top-of-the-hill Duvernette Suite has its own infinity pool and a furnished sundeck. Swim up to the floating Coconut Bar, 30 feet offshore, for a refreshing thirst-quencher; then dine on fresh Continental-Caribbean fare either on the terrace or in a private thatch-roof gazebo. There's also a small open-air spa, plenty of hammocks, and a water sports center for your amusement. Sail-away packages include two nights touring the Grenadines on a 44-foot crewed sailing yacht.