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These Caribbean Villas Redefine Home Away From Home
There is something to be said for laying down temporary roots in a beautiful villa for a holiday excursion. Villas allow for a different kind of experience, one where guests can melt into a feeling of home or gather a large group of people under one roof. Villas are also a perfect option for those who simply relish privacy or desire one-on-one service. Whatever the preference, this collection of villas are certain to provide an ideal escape to fulfill all the desires for the most discerning Caribbean getaway. 
Villa Plum Wild 
This 2-bedroom, 3-bathroom villa with a private pool is all about location. Steps away from the renowned Grace Bay Beach and also from the shops and restaurants at Turtle Cove, Villa Plum Wild is the perfect place to hide away yet be within reach of it all. Another perk–the best snorkeling on the island is just in front of this villa, leaving guests with an overall feeling of being spoiled for choice. 

$7,900-9,500/week in winter, $14,800-$35,000/week during the holidays, and $6,700/week in summer

Villa Coral Pavillion

When stately island accommodations are on the docket, Villa Coral Pavillion is the place to stay when in Turks and Caicos. A 5-bedroom, 2-story beachfront villa made of stunning coral stone on Grace Bay Beach offers all the imaginable earthy delights and services including a butler, chef, house manager, and housekeeper. This villa is the ideal mix of indoor and outdoor living, especially with its 120 feet of private beachfront.

$51-60,000/week in winter, $91-133,000/week during the holidays, and $49,000/week in summer

The Beach House

This 5-bedroom villa located in Gelliceaux Bay is one of Arne Hasselqvist’s last architectural works. Overlooking the bay and just minutes from the beach, this villa has been designed to feel naturally tropical and also to meld into the canvas of canopy trees which surround it. Bamboo is the material of choice here; even the bicycles with which to explore the island are made of it. As for beach access, this villa has the most unique way to get to the sand on the entire island–its own funicular down to the shore. 

Summer and the holidays are priced upon request while winter is $41,000/week

Villa Gingerbread

With 6 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms and within a short walk to the beach, this villa is a designer dream. Oliver Messel created this masterpiece whose design is so noteworthy it’s been featured in Architectural Digest. The white and pink exterior is positioned for contrast alongside the distressed wood details, while the interiors feel spacious and bright with high-ceilings and white sofas. Especially breathtaking is the living room, which opens to a panoramic view of the sea. 

Rates:  Summer and the holidays are priced upon request, while winter is $35-41,000/week

Villa Still Fathoms 

This stylish villa is just steps from Reeds Bay Beach and nearby shopping, and its 5 bedrooms and 6 bathrooms provide ample space for a large group. There is a spacious lawn, covered terrace, and, as it’s on the West Coast, Villa Still Fathoms offers an astounding ocean view.

Rates: $19,600/week in winter, $31,500/week during the holidays, and $12,390/week in summer

Villa Windward
A truly magnificent escape, Villa Windward astounds with its lavish grounds and grand dual staircase. Located on Sandy Lane Estate in St. James, this villa features 5 bedrooms and 5 bathrooms. It has unique design details such as a lotus and koi pond and a table made from coral stone in the garden. This villa comes fully-staffed with everything from a concierge to a laundress to security. 

Rates: From $27,300/week in winter, while the holidays and summer are priced upon request 

Villa Landfall House
Cherished especially for its ultra-privacy, this villa boasts ocean views and is just steps from the beach. The 2-story property with 6 bedrooms is surrounded by lush, tropical gardens, while details such as the cascading tropical flowers at the entry enchant guests. Located in Sandy Lane Estate, it’s just steps to the shore and nearby shopping. 
Rates: From $38,150/week in winter, $55,650/week during the holidays, and $31,150/week in summer
Villa Crystal Springs
Another elegant masterpiece by Oliver Messel, this sprawling estate covers 7 lush and private acres which overlook the glittering sea below. Built in the 1940s and reimagined by Messel in the 1960s, it encompasses 12,000 square feet of living space within which its 10 bedrooms and 12 bathrooms live. It comprises 6 buildings which are connected by intimate pathways and terraces made of coral stone. 
Rates: From $80,500-105,000/week in winter, $45,000-77,000/week in summer, while the holidays are priced upon request 
Villa Sanzaru

This stately property has the reputation of being the most luxurious private villa in all of Barbados. The infinity pool is saltwater and heated while there is also an onsite spa, outdoor cinema, and a ‘beach’ area for sunbathing. Located in Sandy Lane Estate, this 21,000 square foot house features 11 bedrooms in total, all of which have ensuite bathrooms. It is the best of both worlds in that it is a private residence but with the amenities of a luxury resort. 
Rates: From $112,000/week in winter, $112,000-$175,000/week during the holidays, and $77,000/week in summer 

Villa Rock U
This villa is about terraces. The living area opens to a large terrace while each of the villa’s 3 bedrooms features a private terrace with outdoor seating as well as ocean views. While this is a more intimate property in terms of square footage, its open plan, amount of outdoor space, and breathtaking views give it a spaciousness that belies its size. Located in Lurin, it is just minutes from the beach, shopping, and restaurants. 
Rates: From $14,500-17,000/week in winter, $50,000/week during the holidays, and $10,500-12,500/week in summer

Villa Apartment Privilege
In St. Barth’s, not all the luxurious villas are near or on the beach. Staying in town is also desired by many who visit the island to be in the proverbial thick of it and near to restaurants, shops, and the beach. Apartment Privilege, a 3-bedroom apartment in a brand new building, has spectacular views of Gustavia Harbor and is also one of the largest and most well-appointed apartments in the area. One of the perks of Apartment Privilege is its secured underground parking taking out the worry of parking during busy times. 
Rates: From $21,000/week in winter, $42,000/week during the holidays, and $14,700/week in summer

Villa Artepea

Located in Lurin, this 4-bedroom, 3-level villa is built into a hillside and up a long, hilly drive. From this peak, guests take a staircase that passes through the picturesque gardens and finally down to the villa below. With its spectacular views, infinity edge pool that overlooks the sea, and secluded location, this villa defines St. Barth’s exclusivity.  
Rates: From $30-40,000/week in winter, $90,000/week during the holidays, and $30,000 week in summer

Villa Legends B
Located in Lurin, within minutes of Shell Beach as well as the restaurants and shopping in Gustavia, is the Villa Legend B. A 5-bedroom villa done in contemporary style and finishes is spread over 3 levels from which views of Shell Beach and the Bay abound. This villa also has private parking, which is a very valuable asset in this desirable neighborhood close to all that Gustavia has to offer. The only thing more spectacular than the master bedroom (called the Louis Vuitton room), where the floors are made from wood from an original Orient Express train wagon, are the mesmerizing St. Barth’s sunsets. 
Rates: From $40,000-50,000/week in winter, $120,000/week during the holidays, and $30-40,000 week in summer

Villa Blanc Bleu

Villa Blanc Bleu combines a relaxed lifestyle with sheer elegance in this 6-bedroom, 6-bathroom residence. Beloved for the exclusive neighborhood called Governeur in which it lives, it is also loved for its architecture, which is an exercise in geometry. These lines are combined with classic island decor in a color palette of white and blue for a Caribbean vibe. All of this property’s beauty and amenities hardly beat the best part of all–sweeping sunset views over the Caribbean. 
Rates: From $55-70,000/week in winter, $180,000/week during the holidays, and $40-50,000 week in summer

Villa Reef House
Virgin Gorda is one of the most desirable locations in the Virgin Islands and this 3-bedroom villa in Oil Nut Bay is built into this island paradise. With an infinity lap pool overlooking the ocean as well as a distinctive decor that includes a collection of artifacts from around the world, Villa Reef House is a contemporary getaway combined with classic island flair. Bonus: each of the ensuite bathrooms have outdoor showers. 
Rates: From $24,225/week in winter, $36-39,500/week during the holidays, and $24,225 week in summer

Villa Baraka Point
Villa Baraka Point is a villa that only comes along once in a while. Set upon two manicured acres on private headland, this 12,000 square foot home accommodates a total of 16 guests. Each of the 6 suites have ocean views while the home itself is tastefully designed in muted tones and hardwood furnishings. Along with it being fully-staffed with a concierge, a manager, and housekeepers, this villa treats its guests to unlimited three-star dining via a private chef included with the cost of the stay. 
Rates: From $38,500-42,500/week in winter, $94,500/week during the holidays, and $26,500-36,500/week in summer