Among three resorts owned by Sandals on St Lucia, Sandals Halcyon Beach is the smallest one and especially designed for lovers, who can enjoy maximum privacy in lush tropical surroundings as well as vivid nightlife time in resort venues.
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Saint Lucia is advertised as ‘live the legend’ island, and indeed there is lot of legends covering this mystical place in Caribbean. You may explore there the locations with traces of activities of legendary tribes of Arawak and Caribs, who settled there millenia years ago.
The visitors, who want to experience the true Polynesian way of living and meet the local culture, should consider staying in Samoa, a small country on the South Pacific Ocean.
Located on the soft golden sands of Changlang Beach, south of Krabi, Anantara Resort offers unforgettable views on sunsets over shadovs of small islands on Adaman Sea. Limestone cliffs and picturesque green caps tempt to explore the silent waters near the resort.
Anantara Seminyak Bali is a perfect choice for a tourist, who needs a privacy and a quiet holiday, but not far from the civilization. The resort is located within 30 m drive from Ngurah Rai International Airport and along the way you can find plenty of bars, restaurants and shopping areas, including Kuta shopping centre [...]
Carlisle Bay is located on the opposite end to the international airport, but as the island is not especially big, it takes only about half an hour to get to the resort from the airport.
Maia luxury resort offers a perfect hideaway, the place for rediscovering your inner self in the splendid landscape of white sand on pristine beaches of Indian Ocean. THe resort is located on Mahé, the main island of Seychelles, only about 25 minute drive from Mahé airport and 30 min from Victoria, the capital city.
The award-winning resort located exclusively on the romantic island surrounded by serene waters of one of the largest lagoons of the Maldives.
Modeled after Lake Como resort Bellagio captures perfectly the Italian ‘la Dolce Vita’ spirit. The central point of the resort is a huge lake ( 3.2 ha ) surrounded by the small houses and the modern building of the hotel in the background.
Pulau Langkawi is the largest from the group of almost hundred of Malaysian islands, which share Andaman Sea with more well known Phuket (Indonesia ). Over twenty years ago the area has been successfully developed into the modern holiday destination.