Caribbean & Mexico Hotel Deals
There are literally thousands of islands surrounding the Caribbean Sea, most of them with storied pasts that inform the diverse influences you’ll find there today. These histories, coupled with more recent tourism trends, can help explain why Caribbean hotels among the different islands are so varied.
It’s not uncommon to catch afternoon tea (complete with fresh scones and jam) at hotels on Barbados, which was a British colony until it gained independence in 1966. The Dominican Republic’s Punta Cana, on the other hand, is well-known for its sprawling all-inclusive mega-resorts, built by foreign and domestic investors over the last 50 years. St. Lucia’s still-unspoiled nature and West Indian-, French- and British-influenced past are reflected both in the quiet boutique on-island hotels, and in the local cuisine.
Whether paradisiacal beaches, lush tropical landscapes, doting service, luxurious accommodations, richly layered cultural experiences or fresh and inspired cuisine are at the top of your wish list, there are Caribbean hotels that are sure to hit the mark.