Jamaica’s Over-The-Water Villas Are The Height of Luxury 31st March 2016
Holidaymakers who are looking for a really lavish escape might consider heading to Sandals Royal Caribbean in Jamaica, where they can indulge in beautiful suites with private luxury infinity pools and glass floors.
The villas are located in Montego Bay and are styled with Tahitian architecture in mind, giving visitors a taste of the Pacific on their Caribbean break.
They are situated over the water and have glass floors within the apartment, allowing you to see to the seabed as you walk around.
With the crystal-clear sea just outside, holidaymakers can enjoy a dip in the warm water as they wake up, watch the colourful sea life swimming around from the comfort of their sofa, or leisurely take in the stunning views from their floating water hammocks and veranda.
Each suite has a private dock for tying up small boats, as well as an infinity pool and Jacuzzi.
Bookings for the resort start from November 15th 2016, with each suite costing from $4,300 (£3,034) per night.
Naturally, for this price, visitors receive a personalised butler service to attend to your every need.
As the first over-the-water luxury villas in the Caribbean, it will not come as a surprise if these suites are booked up quickly for those seeking some winter sun later this year.
Another luxury resort in the Caribbean is the Viceroy on the remote island of Anguilla, where holidaymakers go to escape the hordes of tourists on other busier islands.
With two white sandy beaches, a pool that is perfect for watching the sunset, and a luxury spa, this is a favourite among those who know about it.