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Caribbean Hotels You Can Move To

It’s always so hard to leave a great hotel in the Caribbean. And then there’s that little whisper at the end of your stay — “what if I added another day?” “What if I stayed the whole weekend?” Or perhaps it’s “we should come here every December.” For some, though, there’s another call — to stay forever. And at an increasing number of top hotels in the Caribbean, it’s possible. At these hotels, there are residences adjacent to or within the hotels themselves, often offering all the same amenities but with larger spaces — and you can often either buy them and live there or buy them and put them into a rental pool when you’re elsewhere. So yes — you can buy a unit or villa at some of your favorite properties. These are Caribbean hotels you can move to.

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Casa de Campo, Dominican Republic

Perhaps the Dominican Republic’s signature resort, this massive property in La Romana boasts a wide portfolio of villas, from smaller homes to mansions, and everything in between. The only question is your budget. And if you’re a golfer looking to move to the Caribbean, you’ve found your destination.


Sandy Lane, Barbados

It doesn’t get any better than Sandy Lane, Barbados’ flagship resort and one of the world’s most luxurious properties. But now you can live there, with One Sandy Lane’s group of ultra-luxe large villas ranging from 8,000 square feet to 9,500 square feet. If you’re going to move to the Caribbean, why not live like royalty?


Four Seasons Resort Nevis

It’s one of the greatest hotels in the Caribbean: the Four Seasons Resort Nevis, set on beautiful Pinneys Beach on the charming, untouched island of Nevis. And dotting the hotel grounds are the Four Seasons Resort Estates Nevis, with scores of villas and lots. It’s a collection of villas with marvelous views, whether on the golf course, in the hills, or steps from the beach. There are full ownership and fractional opportunities available, with citizenship by investment another potential benefit depending on the size of the purchase.


Laluna, Grenada

Grenada’s top boutique hotel is a beautifully designed, Eastern-style property, and it recently added a collection of three, four- and five-bedroom villas. Each one has a private pool and the kitchens are run by a personal chef. If you own one of the villas, you get all of the resort’s services. Each has villa also has its own jetty at the Port Louis Marina.


Parrot Cay, Turks and Caicos

Is this the most exclusive place in the Caribbean? Perhaps. But it’s also one of the most beautiful, and that means you can own your own private beach house at Parrot Cay, with the resort’s latest real estate offering. Each of the three-bedroom, 6,280-square-foot homes have open plan living and dining areas, along with, most importantly, 115 feet of beach on this seductive private island. And they all come with services from COMO you expect.


Zemi Beach House, Anguilla

Anguilla’s lovely new hotel is offering a group of luxury studios and two and three-bedroom beachfront residences with views of the Caribbean Sea and Fountain Cavern National Park. The residences have a mix of indoor and outdoor living, from private plunge pools to oversized terraces to open kitchens, all set on one of the Caribbean’s most spectacular beaches Shoal Bay East.


Atlantis, Bahamas

What if you lived at Atlantis? Yes, it’s possible to live at the Bahamian megaresort that turned Paradise Island into a global destination. The property’s Reef Residences at Atlantis are the only residential real estate opportunity at the property, ranging from studios to two-bedroom condos, all with sweeping views.


Viceroy Anguilla

It’s the hippest hotel in Anguilla, and the Viceroy has the residences to match. The real estate portfolio at this Meads Bay is a modern collection of private villas, townhomes, residences and penthouses, ranging from studios to five-bedroom beachfront villa. What do they have in common? They’re all simply striking.


The Crane, Barbados

The Crane resort is one of the region’s legendary hotels, with a history dating back to 1887. And the historic hotel now has its own residential ownership offer, with gated luxury private residences and more traditional units on the grounds. There’s a rental program if you don’t plan on staying year round, too.


Gansevoort Turks and Caicos

The always-energetic Gansevoort is set on the pristine waters of Grace Bay Beach, and the property includes units from three-bedroom suites to a majestic penthouse. Even better? There’s no property tax in Turks and Caicos.


Goldeneye, Jamaica

In many ways, James Bond was born in Jamaica, at the longtime home of Ian Fleming that is now Chris Blackwell’s Goldeneye resort. And now you can live like Bond, with open lots available for custom-build cottages or villas in Oracabassa.


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