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From Turks and Caicos to St Barth, the Caribbean’s Ultimate Villas

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Villa Nevaeh in Anguilla.

By Alexander Britell

You’re in your villa, peering out past your infinity pool at the spectacular blue and green vistas of St Barth.

You don’t want to leave.

Not even for dinner.

No problem — your chef is already here.

WIMCO’s newest villa collection has taken the luxury villa to the next level with its new Special Reserve Collection, a portfolio of private villas with a rather special party piece: they come with the unlimited services of a private chef included in the price.

That means you can dine out when you want, plan a full group dinner in your villa at night, or arrange catered lunches on the sand in front of your villas.

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Villa Sentosa in Turks and Caicos.

The Special Reserve Collection includes villas in Turks and Caicos, Anguilla, Punta Cana, Barbados, Mustique, Jamaica, St Barth, St Martin, the Riviera Maya and several private islands in both The Bahamas and the Grenadines.

WIMCO, long the leader in the Caribbean’s luxury villa market, says the villas aim to meet the demand for stays that blend the “services of yesterday’s classic resorts with a more intimate and authentic type of accommodation that is more immersed in the destination.”

Every villa in the collection has at least four bedrooms, many are located right on the beach, and some even have their own tennis courts.

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The Castle Rock villa in St Barth.

And the service is totally comprehensive: a concierge can set up your flights, help provision your villa for the chef-made meals, and even plan excursions to experience the wonders of the island.

It means you get all the amenities and care you expect from a hotel, with the space and privacy of a private vacation home.

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Villa Nevaeh in Anguilla.

Whether you’re staying in the hills of St Barth or on the heart of Grace Bay Beach in Turks and Caicos, it all adds up to perhaps the Caribbean’s ultimate villa experiences.

For more, visit the Special Reserve Collection.

— CJ

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