The Renaissance at Shorelands – Trinidad & Tobago Condos

Nestled alongside the stunningly expansive Gulf of Paria, overlooked by the Northern Range’s lush green hills, The Renaissance At Shorelands Caribbean villas for rent stands tall as an impressive testament and tribute to the architectural style so famously associated with the period of the same name.

Just a short drive away from Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago’s vibrant, cosmopolitan capital, the Caribbean villas for rent at The Renaissance are the realization of a dream to provide the ultimate in serenity, sophistication and a convenient lifestyle on the Caribbean islands.

Expertly designed to incorporate both the tranquility afforded by complete safety and comfort, and the rare natural beauty of the Trinidad & Tobago Caribbean islands, The Renaissance is fit to provide an ideal Caribbean lifestyle of luxury, lavishness and bliss.

The Renaissance is widely recognized as one of the most exclusive of Trinidad’s waterfront developments, offering two, three and four-bedroom luxury condos in one the island’s most desirable areas. Here, residents can be assured that all of their desires and expectations will be met. The Renaissance is a place that affords incomparable luxury, setting a new standard for premier Caribbean villas for rent.

With 70 spacious, well designed condo units available, The Renaissance At Shorelands is the first development of its kind to appear in Trinidad & Tobago. Built to the best possible standards and with no expense spared, these stunning waterfront condominiums provide the very best in multi-family living, complete with stylish décor, exquisite finish, high speed internet, full air-conditioning, cable TV and state-of-the-art security features.

Even the smaller, two-bedroom Caribbean villas for rent provide an incredible amount of space, covering an expansive 2,815 square ft, with a large open plan lounge/dining room being the centerpiece of the unit.

The fully-featured gourmet kitchen comes complete with washer/dryer, dishwasher, fridge, microwave and stove. Each condo features an ensuite laundry area and comes with two parking bays exclusively for the residents’ use, while residents can enjoy the luxury of multiple swimming pools (indoor and outdoor), and convenient access to the Caribbean island’s wide variety of restaurants, bars and shops nearby.

With breathtaking views overlooking the expansive Gulf of Paria seascape, the stunning tropical rainforest of the Northern Range and the Caribbean islands, The Renaissance at Shorelands offers the most complete living experience in Trinidad & Tobago, setting a new standard of excellence that others can only hope to emulate.


Musha Cay – Bahamas Villas

Musha Cay is one of the most regal and prestigious luxury Caribbean villa rentals in the Bahamas. With over 150 acres of undisturbed, tropical land and a full staff of thirty, this villa ensures that its guests will experience one of the most exclusive vacations to the Bahamas that they could ever imagine. The villa is set on its own private island in Exuma Chain and provides guests with luxurious living accommodations for up to twenty four guests. Guests have the option to stay in the commanding 10,000 square foot manor house on the cliff, the thatched roof beach house away from sight, or one of the two guest villas that hosts two bedroom suites in each. Each of the houses at Musha Cay is fully air conditioned and has access to their own private beaches.

Features and Amenities

Musha Cay provides guests with a romantic and undisturbed location to rent Caribbean villas and can accommodate families and groups of any size. Highview, the manor house features two bedrooms, three full baths, two half bathrooms, two kitchens, indoor and outdoor fireplaces, an outdoor shower, a steam room and front and rear verandahs. Blue Point, one of the two guest villas hosts two bedrooms with private bathrooms, a fireplace, kitchen, outdoor shower, hot tub, and a gorgeous 360 degree Mahogany verandah. Pier House, the second guest villa houses two guest bedrooms with private bathrooms, a kitchen, hot tub, fireplace, outdoor shower and a 360 degree Mahogany verandah as well. Palm Terrace is the beachside house and it features five luxurious bedrooms, each with private bathrooms, a kitchen, fireplace, hot tub, and Mahogany verandah. The Beach House consists of one private bedroom with en-suite bath and an outdoor shower.

Musha Cay is determined to ensure that each of its guests’ every need is taken care of during their stay in the Bahamas. The professional staff of 30 is on hand to assist with anything and everything guests may need or want during their stay. Indoor recreation is one of the property’s highlights, featuring a championship pool table, cedar-planked bar, and a variety of board games. The estate hosts a variety of outdoor activities including touring one of the five boats, sailboating, wind surfing, three person sea doos, waterskiing, snorkeling and bone fishing. If guests choose, they can spend their time relaxing in their private villa or take a walk to their private beach where a day of fun in the sun is practically guaranteed.


Musha Cay, a beautiful private island with more than 150 acres of unspoiled tropical environment, sparkling white sugar-sand beaches, crystal clear turquoise waters, superb elegant accommodations, and a staff of thirty-plus to attend to your every need. Musha Cay is located 85 miles southeast of Nassau. It is a 40 minute flight from Miami or a three-hour flight from New York or Chicago by commercial or private jet to nearby Mosstown, Great Exuma. From Great Exuma, it is a 15 minute charter flight to Musha’s 2,200 ft private runway. Spring and summer temperatures average a high of 82º and a low of 77º. Fall and winter temperatures average 81º and 70º.

La Casa – Antigua Villas

La Casa is an Italian-style villa, set on three acres of beautifully maintained lawns and gardens. It is located on a breathtaking white sand beach at Pasture Bay. Just steps from the beach are the property’s swimming pool and Jacuzzi. The spacious pool deck is filled with wrought iron lounges and gorgeous flowering plants and vines. Have a swim or relax under an umbrella and make use of the poolside bar. Adjacent to the pool is the private croquet lawn, and the property also boasts a flood-lit tennis court and gym for those who like to stay active.

Features and Amenities

Behind the pool are covered terraces with graceful archways and beamed ceilings. They provide sheltered outdoor living and dining areas; their furnishings and decorative touches give them the feel of real rooms. Guests can also enjoy drinks or a meal on a furnished outdoor wooden beach deck with its own dining gazebo, located just steps from the tranquil waters of the Caribbean. Inside the house, just behind the front terrace, is a drawing room. Adjacent to the drawing room is the dining room, and behind that, a modern, fully equipped kitchen. There is also a library, with vaulted wood ceiling,  offering comfortable couches, movies and cable television.

The Master bedroom, located on the second floor, is charmingly decorated with a chaise lounge and arm chairs. It has an en suite bathroom with claw-foot soaking tub and a king size canopy bed. This suite opens onto a furnished private balcony that overlooks the pool and beach. There are two additional bedrooms with queen size beds and ensuite bathrooms. Perfect for larger groups, La Casa has three separate guest cottages on the three acre property. They are private, beautifully furnished, and the one beside the pool has a separate sitting room. Guests at La Casa enjoy full resort privileges including housekeeping and access to the Jumby Bay restaurants, spa and swimming pools.


The Caribbean has long been a draw to travellers from around the world who seek seclusion, sun, sand, and relaxation. Away from the hustle and bustle of the big cities, the cold winters, and the fast pace of Western life as we know it today, those who want to get away from it all head to the Caribbean. Antigua is the ultimate Caribbean paradise having been discovered by Christopher Columbus in 1493 and once a British Colony. Nestled into a secluded cove in St. John’s Antigua, Blue Waters is an intimate British-Colonial style boutique resort with 17 acres of lush tropical gardens designed as the perfect island retreat.

V.C. Bird International Airport, located on the northeast corner of Antigua, is the point of entry for visitors arriving by air to Antigua & Barbuda. There are both direct flights and connections from North America via San Juan and St. Martin and several weekly flights from Europe. Scheduled and charter service is available to many of the neighboring islands.

Le Gallerie – St Lucia Villas

Le Gallerie occupies one of the most stunning locations in the West Indies. Perched on a promontory called Lookout Point, 300 feet above the Caribbean Sea, it faces due south to the majestic Pitons. The view is breathtaking, extending 180 degrees from Soufriere Bay, across the Pitons, St Vincent and around to the setting sun in the west. Clouds drifting in from the Atlantic on the eastern side of the island can produce ever changing light conditions to illuminate the Pitons as they rise 2,500 feet out of the clear sea, the colour of which varies from brilliant turquoise to deep blue. This most amazing and dynamic of panoramas provides a magnificent backdrop for the beautiful and charming house, making it a wonderful place to entertain, relax and unwind.

Features and Amenities

This newly renovated and extended villa can accommodate ten adults and two children in five double bedrooms and one child’s bedroom. In the newly constructed section there are two spacious, air conditioned bedrooms with king size beds and ensuite bathrooms. Each bedroom opens onto a private balcony where guests can relax and savor the spectacular views.

There are also two original double bedrooms with romantically draped king size beds, ceiling fans and ensuite bathrooms. These rooms open onto an upper level patio where guests can enjoy stunning vistas. Attached to one of these rooms is a children’s bedroom with two single beds. The large living room features hardwood flooring and is furnished with comfortable sofas upholstered in a cool white fabric. A separate sitting area is furnished in wicker and equipped with a hammock.

There is also a dining area that includes an outside balcony with a breakfast table. The kitchen is well equipped, and there is a separate kitchen deck which accommodates a charcoal bbq and gas burner. Another bedroom and en suite bathroom is located down in the pool and deck area. The front wall of this bedroom opens completely to afford a magnificent view of the Pitons and the sea. The large infinity edge pool is surrounded by a circular deck with a gazebo. There is also a long pergola passageway running alongside the pool, and a lush tropical garden. A path leads down the steep hillside to the private rocky beach which offers great snorkeling. Anse Chastanet Hotel with its renowned snorkeling beach and restaurants is just a short drive away.


St. Lucia is the sort of island that travellers to the Caribbean dream about–a small, lush tropical gem that is still relatively unknown. One of the Windward Islands of the Lesser Antilles, it is located midway down the Eastern Caribbean chain, between Martinique and St. Vincent, and north of Barbados. St. Lucia is only 27 miles long and 14 miles wide, with a shape that is said to resemble either a mango or an avocado (depending on your taste). The Atlantic Ocean kisses its eastern shore, while the beaches of the west coast owe their beauty to the calm Caribbean Sea.

In natural beauty, St. Lucia seems like an island plucked from the South Pacific and set down in the Caribbean. Its dramatic twin coastal peaks, the Pitons, soar 2,000 feet up from the sea, sheltering magnificent rain forests where wild orchids, giant ferns, and birds of paradise flourish. Brilliantly-plumed tropical birds abound, including endangered species like the indigenous St. Lucia parrot. The rainforest is broken only by verdant fields and orchards of banana, coconut, mango, and papaya trees. St. Lucia has been inhabited since long before colonial times, and its cultural treasures are a fascinating melange of its rich past and its many different traditions. The island’s people have earned a well-deserved reputation for their warmth and charm, and the island itself is dotted with aged fortresses, small villages, and open-air markets. There is a broad array of exciting and exotic activities available on St. Lucia. The island’s steep coastlines and lovely reefs offer excellent snorkeling and scuba diving. The rainforest preserves of St. Lucia’s mountainous interior are one of the Caribbean’s finest locales for hiking and birdwatching. Of course, the island also possesses excellent facilities for golf, tennis, sailing, and a host of other leisure pursuits. Not to be missed is St. Lucia’s Soufriere volcano, the world’s only drive-in volcanic crater.

St Somewhere – St Thomas Villas

Situated the setting on the highly desirable Peterborg Peninsula on St. Thomas’ quiet North shore, St. Somewhere offers spectacular views and a tranquil atmosphere. An archway welcomes you into St. Somewhere’s courtyard where you can look past the pool to the sparkling panorama of majestic Magens Bay. From this beautifully-rendered home’s down-island side, an archway welcomes you into St. Somewhere’s courtyard dividing its two pavilions. One long-distance look past the pool out at the sparkling panorama of majestic Magens Bay will stop you in your tracks. St. Somewhere’s polished interiors employ such artful use of light, color and pleasing choices of fabric, artwork and accessories – the decor at this villa has such elegant flair, but it’s not fussy – you can be completely at ease, whiling away low-maintenance vacation days here. This villa approaches perfection in design, decor and view.

Features and Amenities

On one side of the courtyard is St. Somewhere’s main pavilion which houses the high ceiling-ed Great Room. This room offers stunning ocean views from an open-plan kitchen, a dining area, and a shady covered veranda just off the pool.  The fully equipped kitchen has an island, accented in local stonework, and set with barstools.

The outdoor patio offers a soothing sea vista and views of the green hills of St. Thomas beyond. Comfortable, cushioned seating and alfresco dining make this spot a favorite. The tiled deck continues to the infinity-edge pool, set with chaise lounges for reading while working on your island tan. On the other side of the sun deck is St. Somewhere’s two-story bedroom/bath pavilion, fronted by a lawn punctuated with tropical plantings and vivid flowers. Two equally-sized king suites overlook the pool and the calming expanse of Magens Bay from private balconies. The upper suite is done in a delicious key lime pie color, with a romantic four-poster bed. It features its own small covered veranda which overlooks the Atlantic Ocean. The lower suite is done in a beautiful blue with four-poster bed. En suite baths are tiled and feature marble floors and large showers with an ocean view St. Somewhere’s interiors employ artful use of light and color, pleasing choices of fabric, artwork and accessories, but the design is not fussy.  St. Somewhere offers all the elements for an unforgettable tropical escape.


St. Thomas is the perfect vacation for everyone from honeymooners to families and groups of friends. There is a wide array of activities on the island.  Charlotte Amalie, the capital of the U.S. Virgin Islands is a charming center for shopping in St. Thomas.  Beach lovers should not miss Magen’s Bay – St. Thomas’s famous beach and voted one of the top three beaches in the world by National Geographic, wonderful for swimming and snorkeling.  Boating enthusiasts can enjoy sailing, yachting, and power-boating around the island.  There is also excellent golf on the Mahogany Run championship golf club.

Temenos Villas – Anguilla Condos

Temenos Villas is a luxury villa condominium property located on the island of Anguilla. The property is a division of Starwood resorts. Temenos, Greek for sanctuary, was inspired by the timeless simplicity of the Greek islands. Three distinct, sparkling white villas will have guests escaping to their very own sanctuary. Each secluded hideaway with its own Infinity-Edge Pool overlooking the ocean and private beach access, unfolds into four master suites.  Perched on a bluff overlooking the radiant white sands and clear turquoise waters of Long Bay, all three award-winning, breezy villas afford guests breathtaking views of the Atlantic Ocean and surrounding islands. Be one of the first to take a swing at the world class Temenos Golf Club designed by Australia’s Great White Shark – Greg Norman. Partake in ideal snorkeling just steps off our beach. Tennis, sand volleyball and a fully equipped fitness center remain ready for action.

Features and Amenities

Graciousness abounds on Anguilla. So, it’s no wonder that exceptional service is the hallmark at each of the Temenos Villas – The Sea Villa, The Sky Villa and The Sand Villa. The personalized butler staff stands ready to accommodate every wish and whim, delighting in not only meeting requests–but exceeding them. And whether making arrangements for world-class snorkeling, scuba, sailing or luxury pampering–our attentive and knowledgeable staff remains dedicated to your continual happiness. All Temenos Villas include luxurious amenities. In your Sanctuary you will find a deluxe Kashmir granite kitchen, custom designer furnishings inspired by island living, Infinity-Edge Pool with adjoining Jacuzzi, Sea- Vista Workspace Atelier, personal gated courtyard entrance, DVD and music library, indoor and outdoor showers, unique meditation spaces inside and out, double bathtub and marble indoor/outdoor bathrooms.


This Mediterranean-inspired two-story residence contains four master suites, its own Infinity-Edge Pool and Jacuzzi overlooking the ocean, and an outdoor dining pavilion. Sand Villa offers luxuriously breezy places to unwind, as well as be entertained with a flat screen plasma TV, DVD, CD and stereo equipment. Private beach access leads you to our beachfront dwelling, furnished with refreshments.


Four master suites plus an additional room make Sea Villa most expansive. Almost 7,000 square feet of airy living space, its own Infinity-Edge Pool and Jacuzzi overlooking the ocean, and an outdoor dining pavilion invite true connoisseurs of comfort. Entertainment center with flat screen plasma TV, DVD, CD and stereo equipment offers connections to the real world. Discover our beachfront dwelling furnished with refreshments, via private beach access.


The typical 81 degrees make ocean breezes a delight, and Sky Villa’s picture windows and open architecture are a perfect complement to the breathtaking surroundings. With four master suites, its own Infinity-Edge Pool and Jacuzzi, plus outdoor dining pavilion, nature seamlessly blends into living space. Flat screen plasma TV, DVD, CD and stereo equipment offer endless entertainment. Enjoy private access to the beach where our beachfront dwelling awaits, stocked with goodies.

Start the day–or finish the day–with a friendly game of tennis at The Tennis Club where three lighted, hard courts are available for play. 
Each Villa offers its own stunning Infinity-Edge Pool with adjoining Jacuzzi overlooking the ocean. Simply admire for a calming effect, or dive in for invigoration.

Whether you’re looking for a light workout or an intense session with a personal trainer, our fitness center is ready and well equipped.

  Australia’s Great White Shark, Greg Norman raised the bar when he designed Temenos Golf Club. Incorporating environmental elements of Anguilla’s magnificent setting, Temenos Golf Club undeniably takes the art of the game to the next level. Quickly becoming the Caribbean’s most exclusive and sought-after golfing destination, Temenos Golf Club offers a links course of 7,100 yards with 14 unparalleled sea view holes, and a 10th hole that redefines drama. With its meandering ecologically-based watering system of lagoons and ponds, and vistas of St. Maarten and the Caribbean Sea, this course promises to inspire both the novice and the professional.


Understated and unspoiled, Anguilla offers laid-back elegance and complete privacy on deserted stretches of powder-soft white sand.  A British protectorate, the island is a mere 16 miles long and three miles wide, with 33 beach hideaways carved into captivating coral coves. Anguilla’s unusual reef marine system was created when seven freighters were purposely sunk to form manmade reefs. Because of the very shallow sites (all are between 35 and 110 feet deep) and near lack of underwater currents, it is a very safe place to dive and an ideal spot to see a variety of colorful underwater wildlife.

Popular activities on Anguilla include visiting numerous small art exhibits & galleries for a taste of local and international culture, exploring exclusive small cays for snorkeling, swimming and picnicking, renting boats on most beaches for racing (Anguilla’s national sport), fishing, or a trip to St. Barth or St. Maarten. Wade into a whole new world while diving near Anguilla’s unique artificial reef — Anguilla is a wonderful place for a beginner diver.

Visitors can fly directly into Anguilla’s Wallblake Airport via private plane, or into St. Maarten via commercial airlines. Arrive in Anguilla from Antigua in 45 minutes or from San Juan in one hour. Guests can take a private 20 minute boat charter from St. Maarten (adjacent to the St. Maarten airport) into Blowing Point on Anguilla.

Infinity – St Thomas Villas

Infinity Villa is an impressive hilltop St. Thomas vacation villa rental ideally located on exotic Skyline Drive in North Central St. Thomas. This gorgeous estate offers magnificent scenery as well as beautiful views of the crystal blue Caribbean and St. Thomas’s neighboring islands. An electric gate surrounding the property leads guests into their private Caribbean paradise. The swimming pool at Infinity Villa is possibly one of the largest infinity pools on St. Thomas and is exquisitely lined with blue mosaic tiles to add to the Caribbean theme of the villa. On one side of the pool is the relaxing hot tub and on the other is the romantic gazebo, perfect for watching an evening sunset.

Features and Amenities

Guests staying at Infinity Villa are sure to find everything they are looking for in a St. Thomas villa rental: space, privacy, accommodations, and an amazing view. Guests can choose to rent between two and four bedrooms, so there is enough privacy for everyone. Guests are greeted by the two story main pavilion, opening to the comfortable living room with overstuffed sofas and big screen television. Guests pass through the living room into the modern kitchen with granite counters and a wet bar, through to the scenic dining area. From there, guests are led outdoors to the covered verandas which border the pool. The master bedroom is fitted with a queen size bed, a balcony overlooking the pool and gazebo with a private, tiled bathroom. The three guest bedrooms also have private bathrooms and one is furnished with a queen size bed, the other two with twins.

The staff at Infinity Villa strives to ensure each guest has the most spectacular trip to St. Thomas, Virgin Islands. There is a maid on the property once a week and is available, along with a gourmet chef, for extra services with prior arrangements and an additional fee. The villa is furnished with a top of the line audio system, baby equipment for the little ones, as well as WiFi both indoors and out, a fitness center and an electronic security gate for extra privacy. Guests can relax inside, or cool off in the infinity pool. They can also spend a romantic evening in the hot tub, or soak up some Caribbean sun during the day out on the sundeck.


St. Thomas is home to the capital of the U.S. Virgin Islands, Charlotte Amalie. It has been the heart of St. Thomas’ activities from colonial times to present. Historic buildings found throughout downtown Charlotte Amalie take visitors back to the Danish era when the town was a bustling port of trade; while modern additions of taxis, shops, souvenir vendors and cruise ships in the harbor remind that it is tourism that currently drives the economy. Charlotte Amalie, the main area and the sub district, is home to almost half of the islands 51,000+ residents. Other residents live on the East End, West End and North Side. These references might seem quite broad however on an island just 32 square miles they work well. If you ask for directions you are likely to hear them.

St. Thomas is largely mountainous. Many roads around the island offer terrific panoramic views of the island and ocean. Amongst the hills on St. Thomas and along the beaches you will find an assortment of accommodations; resorts, historic inns, guest houses, vacation homes, villas and condos. St. Thomas is a water lover’s paradise. For your vacation plan a few beach days, snorkeling, scuba diving, windsurfing, a day charter, kite boarding, sailing, fishing, kayaking and para-sailing. On land you can play a round of golf, take an island tour, check out some attractions, take in the historical sites downtown and do some shopping. In the evening you can hit happy hour at a bar or restaurant, catch some live music and have dinner with a sublime view!

The Cyril E. King Airport serves travelers coming to St. Thomas. Visitors staying on St. John and Water Island can easily day trip to St. Thomas; daily ferry service is available. St. Thomas is connected to St. Croix by regular interisland air service and a ferry.

Frangipani Point – Antigua Villas

Frangipani Point is a luxury villa located in Jumby Bay, Antigua. A winding driveway, flanked by tall palms, lush bushes and flowering plants leads to this oceanfront estate home located on the exclusive island enclave of Jumby Bay. Two wings, housing the bedrooms, kitchen and family room surround the front pavilion of Frangipani. This large living and dining pavilion has a vaulted ceiling and is nicely furnished, with lots of seating for chatting or enjoying a meal.  The pavilion looks out over the pool and lawns to the panoramic ocean views that lie beyond.

Features and Amenities

On the ground floor are three bedrooms, one with a king size bed and two with double beds. They all have en-suite bathrooms and open onto terraces – one has a private terrace with ocean view. There is also a study, two half baths and a professional, fully equipped kitchen that opens onto a breakfast terrace. The dining table seats twelve and there is a bbq porch with a large gas grill for outdoor cooking.

There is a partial second floor on each wing of the house. In one wing is a family room with cable TV, bathroom and a built-in day bed.  In the other is the master bedroom with king size bed, en suite bathroom and dressing room. This suite has a private balcony overlooking the pool and the ocean. Walk across the lawn and down the stone steps to enjoy the villa’s private white sand beach. Take in the sun and the cool trade winds on the swim dock, or take a plunge in the step-down, freshwater pool, which is surrounded by comfortable lounges and a trellised seating area.  Guests at Frangipani enjoy wireless internet and full access to all the Jumby bay pools, Restaurants, Spa and bar. The home also comes with a golf cart and a covered parking area.


The Caribbean has long been a draw to travelers from around the world who seek seclusion, sun, sand, and relaxation. Away from the hustle and bustle of the big cities, the cold winters, and the fast pace of Western life as we know it today, those who want to get away from it all head to the Caribbean. Antigua is the ultimate Caribbean paradise having been discovered by Christopher Columbus in 1493 and once a British Colony. Nestled into a secluded cove in St. John’s Antigua, Blue Waters is an intimate British-Colonial style boutique resort with 17 acres of lush tropical gardens designed as the perfect island retreat.

V.C. Bird International Airport, located on the northeast corner of Antigua, is the point of entry for visitors arriving by air to Antigua & Barbuda. There are both direct flights and connections from North America via San Juan and St. Martin and several weekly flights from Europe. Scheduled and charter service is available to many of the neighboring islands.

Tango Mare – St John Villas

Tango Mare is situated atop the surrounding hills of Hart Bay, with 180 panoramic perspectives of the ocean waters of Hart Bay, Rendezvous Bay, and St. Croix located 40 miles to the south. The single-floor villa features a beautiful vanishing edge outdoor swimming pool that appears to cascade into the ocean waters below. A fabulous marble deck encircles the pool, and a lovely arched pillar pavilion with an outdoor bar and relaxing lounge rest on one side of the pool. The deck is furnished with chaise lounges, overflowing pots of beautiful flowers, and plenty of heritage vegetation in the gardens.

Features and Amenities

The inside of this villa features classic wood crafted furnishings and fabrics in browns and creams, for a relaxing environment. From under the high ceilings of the Great Room, guests will enjoy full views of the ocean waters from the long stool lined bar or while resting on the comfortable furniture. The kitchen is divided from the Great Room by the bar, perfectly situated for entertaining.

There are 4 king sized bedroom suites at Tango Mare, all offering king sized beds. Enjoy the privacy of each bedroom’s personal patio and en-suite bathroom with romantic outdoor showers. A bathtub and shower is offered in the south easterly king suite. Enchanting covered open air walkways act as hallways throughout the house, allowing the trade winds of the ocean to sweeten the air and refresh your day.


Two thirds of St. John is a U.S. National Park, and here you see what the world is like when nature takes care of itself.  Friends of the Virgin Islands National Park volunteers staff an information kiosk here. Spend day after day on beach after beach, each with its own panoramic view.  Let a friendly mongoose lead you along a woodland trail.

Many of them end on a plateaux high in the sky, offering panoramic views of white beaches, emerald cays, and turquoise waters. The island’s long standing, enviable international reputation is not solely based on the pristine beaches, warm weather, and crystal-clear waters – St John is also the most culturally diverse, ethnically rich, and artistically vibrant society in the tropics.  The island’s biggest asset is its sun-kissed people. The residents are island-spiced, friendly and quick to smile. Contemporary Virgin Islanders are literally from everywhere. St John is as diverse as the peaceful Arawak and fierce Carib Indians—and as culturally rich as the peoples of Africa, England, Holland, Denmark, Spain, France, India and the United States.

Goat Hill – Jamaica Villas

Masterfully located, Goat Hill enjoys spectacular views of the Caribbean and gentle ocean breezes. To the east, Montego Bay and the Great River boast a lovely sunrise each day and to the west, the sun sets over Round Hill and the sea beyond. Club memberships at Round Hill and Tyrall Club are available to guests so that they might enjoy the wonderful amenities that both resort clubs offer such as golf, tennis, spas, restaurants, bars, private beach clubs and more.

Features and Amenities

Designed by the son of renowned architect Edward Durrell Stone, Goat Hill is a delightful composition of individual pavilions, creating quiet seclusion in each living space. Cut stone terraces and balconies are shaded from the sun by cedar eaves and each bedroom is reached by an exterior stairway with single panel glass doors that open expansively to stunning views and refreshing trade winds. Rich mahogany wood, polished brass and white canvas upholstery come together to form a contemporary atmosphere with original art and unique pieces throughout. Tasteful, clean lines give this lovely home sophisticated elegance.

The living and dining areas are ample and the professional kitchen is a chef’s delight but guests won’t need to spend time preparing meals because the estate’s chef perfected her art under Norma Shirley, the renowned chef of Norma’s on the Terrace in Kingston. She serves breakfast al fresco on the West Veranda under the ackee tree, lunch poolside or on the East terrace, and dinner is served by flickering candlelight in the dining room while lights twinkle across the water in Montego Bay.

The master suite boasts a four poster king size bamboo bed, three glass walls that open to a private balcony and lovely ocean views. Just outside the master is a huge Jacuzzi and the en suite bath has an open shower near a lighted lily garden as well as a hidden tub for two in a private walled garden. The second bedroom features a four poster king size bamboo bed, glass walls that open onto a wrap around balcony and beautiful views. The en suite shower has large open shower and a lighted walled garden. The third bedroom has two twins that can easily be placed together to form a king, glass walls that open out onto the cut stone terrace, swimming pool and ocean views and an en suite bathroom with an open shower and lighted walled garden.


Despite its location almost smack in the center of the Caribbean Sea, the island of Jamaica doesn’t blend in easily with the rest of the Caribbean archipelago. To be sure, it boasts the same addictive sun rays, sugary sands and pampered resort-life as most of the other islands, but it is also set apart historically and culturally.

Today’s visitors will appreciate their trip to Jamaica all the more if they embrace the island’s unique character and the inherent ‘African-ness’ of its population. Aside from its people, Jamaica has much to offer, the curious, thirsty or weary traveler. The Blue Mountains boasts the world’s best coffee, try a cup in the century-old factory at Mavis Bank. There are world-class reefs for diving including those at Runaway Bay and Ocho Rios and great stretches of palm-fringed sand at Treasure Beach or Frenchman’s Cove near Port Antonio. There are offbeat bush-medicine hiking tours, congenial fishing villages, pristine waterfalls, cosmopolitan cities, wetlands harboring endangered crocodiles and manatees, unforgettable sunsets – in short, enough variety to comprise many utterly distinct vacations.

Nowhere else in the Caribbean is the connection to Africa as keenly felt as it is in Jamaica. Kingston was the major nexus in the New World for the barbaric triangular trade that brought slaves from Africa and carried sugar and rum to Europe, and the Maroons (runaways who took to the hills of Cockpit Country and the Blue Mountains) safeguarded many of the African traditions – and introduced jerk seasoning to Jamaica’s singular cuisine. St Ann’s Bay’s Marcus Garvey founded the back-to-Africa movement of the 1910s and ’20s; Rastafarian-ism took up the call a decade later, and reggae furnished the beat in the 1960s and ’70s. Little wonder many Jamaicans claim a stronger affinity for Africa than for neighboring Caribbean islands. This is a country infused with pride in its unique history, stunning landscape and influential culture.