100 Best Resorts of the Caribbean

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Globe Pequot Press, Sep 1, 1998 - Travel - 380 pages
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With over 1,500 hotels available in the Caribbean, choosing just the right one for your budget and taste can be a frustrating experience. Caribbean travel expert Kay Showker leads the way to the best, but not necessarily the most expensive, resorts in the islands. To meet the author's stringent requirements, a resort needs more than location, ambiance, service, dining, and sports facilities. It must also offer something beyond these - warmth, style, and that je ne sais quois. Each of the 100 resorts chosen for this guide is described in detail. Entries also list practical information such as: Addresses and phone numbers; seasonal operating hours, minimum stay requirements, and package availability; payment and reservation requirements; airport transfer options, including distances from airports and major cities; and accommodation and amenity descriptions, including day visitors and handicap access. A vital resource for anyone planning a trip to the region. Let this guide help you find your perfect Caribbean hideaway.

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The Resorts by Island
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ANTIGUA
24
ARUBA
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About the author (1998)

Kay Showker is a veteran writer, photographer, and lecturer on travel. She has authored several guidebooks, served as senior editor at Travel Weekly, and has written for such leading travel publications as "National Geographic Traveler," "Travel & Leisure," and "Caribbean Travel," Her assignments have taken her to more than one hundred countries in the Caribbean and around the world. She is the recipient of numerous awards for her travel writing and was the first travel writer to receive the Sucrier d'Or--a professional achievement award given by the government of Martinique. She lives in New York City.

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