Hermitage Bay

Though the beachfront suites at Hermitage Bay in Antigua are obviously gorgeous, the hillside pool suites are where you want to be. Each suite is flanked by dense tropical foliage, boasts views over the white sand beach below and of course, has its own pool and wraparound deck with sun loungers and a double day bed. You can even arrange for a candlelit poolside dinner with a waiter and sommelier on hand.
Courtesy Hermitage Bay



Jade-Mountain-cinemaJade Mountain

As if having your own private infinity pool weren’t enough, each infinity pool suite at Jade Mountain also boasts views over the Caribbean sea and Pitons. Not to mention they’re incredibly stylish: the “Star Sanctuary” suite, pictured, has 15-foot-high ceilings and is decked out in coral tile and wood from neighboring islands.
Courtesy Jade Mountain



Horned-Dorset-PrimaveraHorned Dorset Primavera

Every single room at the Horned Dorset Primavera, on Puerto Rico’s picturesque west coast, comes with its own private terrace and plunge pool. Though all pools feature exquisite Moroccan mosaic tiling, no two are alike and vary by size and shape. Book an oceanfront room so you can take a dip literally steps from the ocean.
Courtesy Horned Dorset Primavera



Sanctuary-Cap-CanaSanctuary Cap Cana

Though Sanctuary Cap Cana in Punta Cana has four pretty fantastic pools (including one with a swim-up bar), a handful of its plush suites feature their own infinity pools for privacy. Except for the sprawling pool in the Honeymoon Suite, they’re not sizable, but are still plenty luxurious, built into whitewashed stone terraces overlooking the Caribbean sea.
Courtesy Sanctuary Cap Cana



Laluna-GrenadaLaluna Resort

For those who prefer sleek minimalism over unabashed luxury, Laluna Resort in Grenada delivers with its refreshingly understated Balinese-style cottages. Each has its own expansive veranda with a private plunge pool and outdoor sitting area. Steps away, you’ll find gorgeous open-air bathrooms—because who doesn’t want to shower with an ocean view?
Courtesy Laluna Resort



Royal-IsabelaRoyal Isabela Resort

Each of the 20 ultra luxe casitas at the Royal Isabela Resort, a Small Luxury Hotel of the World, on Puerto Rico’s dramatic northwest coast is outfitted with its own private plunge pool—one that turns into a steaming jacuzzi with the flick of a switch. Each pool is built into a spacious deck with a large outdoor dining area, and is flanked by lush greenery. Naturally, every single pool also has spectacular views of the ocean.
Courtesy Royal Isabela Resort



Biras-CreekBiras Creek Resort

Draped across 140 acres on Virgin Gorda by the Caribbean sea, Biras Creek Resort is excessively beautiful. Throw in suites with infinity plunge pools perched right over the ocean and you have your own private paradise. There’s also a secluded white sand beach just steps away—not that you’ll ever want to leave your room.
Courtesy Biras Creek Resort




Ladera-Ladera Resort

Built high upon a cliffside on a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the private pools at the resort’s 32 treehouse-style villas might easily have the best views in St. Lucia. From every pool, you get to admire the lush surrounding cliffs, the ocean—a thousand feet below—and the picturesque Pitons. Some pools are heated and outfitted with waterfalls and, in some cases, pool swings.
Courtesy Ladera Resort



Secret-BaySecret Bay

Set on a lush, rugged hillside on the island of Dominica, each of Secret Bay’s treehouse-inspired bungalows feels like its own private island hideaway. Its three Zabuco Honeymoon Villas feature spacious wooden decks with super sleek infinity pools. As if that weren’t romantic enough, you can even arrange for a private jazz performance on your deck while you dine poolside.
Courtesy Secret Bay



Viceroy-AnguillaViceroy Anguila

You know the drill by now: scenic outdoor deck, oceanfront pool. But somehow, the private pools feel ultra luxurious at the Viceroy Anguilla—probably because they come with adjoining jacuzzis. Splurge on one of the resort’s ultramodern villas, all over 4,000 square feet, and you can get a private chef and butler to cook for you and serve you poolside meals all day long.
Courtesy Viceroy Anguila

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