They say money can't buy you love, and the same can be said for style. Many a designer has splashed out on chrome this, and leather that, only to birth a gaudy bauble with a short shelf life. This is why Sugar Beach, a Viceroy Resort is so very special. Sure, the dollars have been spent, but in such a timeless, thoughtful, and breathtaking manner, guests will find themselves appreciating the design theme as much as Gros Piton.
In rooms, and throughout a variety of villas, colonial pieces flirt with a modern approach, and large, cozy beds await you come sundown. Just a short stroll away, Sugar Beach glistens in the sunshine, demonstrating how it garnered its namesake. Offshore, kayaking, snorkeling, and sailing make for wonderful ways to lose an hour or five.
Between floating in the large, central pool, and drifting in and out of consciousness at the spa, you may feel a tad peckish. At the Great Room, the décor aesthetic evolves again, this time with rich wood furniture, seafoam-colored walls, and over-saturated photography. The food? Think surf and turf in the most elegant way possible. At sunset, grab a drink at the Bayside Bar. Later, do your best Jack Sparrow impression at the Cane Bar - a rum-runner's paradise.
[Sugar Beach, a Viceroy Resort]