Virgin Islands at Luxotic World

Caribia Cottage – St. Thomas

Caribia Cottage, St. Thomas

Caribia Cottage

Caribia Cottage is set on a breezy hillside overlooking the picturesque town of Charlotte Amalie and Its harbor. This fully-screened and air-conditioned studio cottage is a bright and airy pied-a-terre for island adventurers and the perfect couple’s hideaway.

Situated in an upscale neighborhood behind an electronic gate, Caribia Cottage offers your own spacious private pool and sun deck just outside its doors. Separated from a main house by the pool (which is for your private use ONLY), Caribia Cottage and the swimming pool are both well screened and separated in their own secluded world.

The Baths – The Most Exotic Beach in The World

The Baths - Virgin Gorda

The Baths - Virgin Gorda

The Baths on Virgin Gorda’s northwest coast is one of the most visited places in the BVI by both tourists and locals. Located about 1,2 miles (2 km) south off the maintown Spanish Town at the southern tip of the island (between Spring Bay and Devil’s Bay), this is an area of unique geologic formations.It is a collection of giant boulders which form spectacular pools and grottos which flood with sea water at high tide.

The hundreds of huge boulders and rock formations are worn smooth by rain and sea water and form a maze that leads to Devil’s Bay beach. The Baths are a popular anchorage for visiting yachts and also a memorable day trip where you can snorkel in the clear blue water around the boulders or just chill out on the beautiful beaches.

Caneel Bay – Paradise as It was Indended

Caneel Bay - St-John

Caneel Bay

Caneel Bay is a Rosewood Resort located on the northwest side of St. John, one of the US Virgin Islands. The island of St. John is a treasure trove of tropical jungle and enticing enclaves. It was once the playpen of gazillionaire Lawrence Rockefeller, who fell in love with this lush land in the 1920s. The resort takes its name from the location of the property at Caneel Bay (Caneel means cinnamon in old Dutch). Rockefeller was so impressed by the area’s beauty that he arranged to buy up most of the island of St. John. He then donated most of it to the U.S. government for the creation of the Virgin Islands National Park, the 29th U.S. national park. Rockefeller had the resort buildings designed to blend in with the landscape, giving the area a pristine beauty, and most property lighting is indirect so that guests can be able to see the stars at night. The beach vacation resort steal remains faithful to the vision of founder Laurance Rockefeller and his reverence for the environment.