Crystal Cove - Barbados

This premium all-inclusive tropical beach resort brings to life Barbados’ unique paradise on a lovely beach front cliff spanning the island’s renowned West Coast. 88 guestrooms and suites feature casual comfort amid lush garden views or ocean vistas.

Water sports, beach recreation and three lagoon-style swimming pools fill your days with island adventure, while two festive restaurants make every meal memorable. You can toast your good fortune at Crystal Cove’s signature waterfall bar.

The House - Barbados

The House makes Barbados your private island – a tranquil and eclectic adults-only haven. Located on Barbados’ world renowned Platinum West Coast on a pristine stretch of white sand beach, 34 Jr. and one-bedroom suites provide modern simplicity and comfort. A favourite of celebrities and sophisticated travellers, the everyday experience is filled with luxurious indulgences at The House. For example, your arrival is greeted with a complimentary 30-minute jet-lag massage. And during your stay, you’re privy to a wealth of edible delights, from complimentary champagne breakfast to afternoon tea and evening canapés. While at The House, you’ll feel that you’re truly home.

Constance Le Prince Maurice - Mauritius

Designed by architectural mastermind Jean Marc Eynaud and designer David Edwards, Constance Le Prince Maurice is where style, space and architectural designs create the perfect hotel lifestyle.
Peaceful by day, the hotel is amidst lush tropical greenery. Our infinity pool and natural reserves add to the décor by instilling a sense of tranquillity. Picturesque at night, the structure of the hotel is enhanced by warm lights positioned to harmonise with the environment.

Constance Belle Mare Plage - Mauritius

Set along a stunning 2km white sand beach, in a sheltered bay on the East Coast of Mauritius, Constance Belle Mare Plage is a beautifully balanced with tropical environment and Constance Chic. The design and architecture is the creation of decorator Martin Branner, light designer Bo Steiber, landscaper Colin Okashimo and Mauritian architect Jean-Marc Eynaud.