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Saturday, April 20, 2013

Most Expensive Hotels in the Caribbean



The Lighthouse Bay Resort on the island of Barbuda is the most expensive hotel in the Caribbean, according to a new survey conducted by CaribbeanResorts.net and Allinclusiveresorts.net. 

The rankings are based on each hotel’s average rate for the most affordable double room. The Caribbean’s high travel season of January to March 2013 served as the basis of comparison.


To stay in the Lighthouse Bay this past season, travelers had to spend an average of $2,490 per night. 



Barbuda is the sister island of Antigua, and Lighthouse Bay Resort is accessible by jet and helicopter via Antigua. Barbuda is the perfect nature retreat where the fields are greener, and the island offers miles of white and pink sand beaches, along with charming villages.  

The second most expensive hotel, the Amanyara Resort in the Turks & Caicos Islands average rate was $2,059 per night. Anguilla’s Sheriva Villa Hotel rounded out the top 3 at an average of $1,914 per night.

Following are the rankings for the other most expensive luxury hotels in the Caribbean. 

The rates shown reflect the average rate for each hotel’s most affordable double room for the period January 15 to March 30, 2013.

4. Jumby Bay - Antigua and Barbuda - 1,898

5. Le Toiny - St. Barths - $1,812

6. Petit St Vincent - St Vincent & The Grenadines - $1,640

7. Sandy Lane - Barbados - $1,597

8. Coco Point Lodge - Antigua/Barbuda - $1,515

9. Jade Mountain Resort - St. Lucia - $1,504

10. Hermitage Bay - Antigua/Barbuda - $1,423



Happy Travels,
Linda
Travel 2 the Caribbean