A Bucket-List Caribbean Private Island Villa (And It’s All-Inclusive) 

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It’s one of the great fantasies of Caribbean travel: your own private island, teeming with white-sand beaches, edged by sparkling turquoise, just you and the wonder of the Caribbean Sea. 

And for decades, that’s what Palm Island has been, the sought-after private-island destination in the heart of the Grenadines.

Even better? It’s also an all-inclusive resort, a unique combination in the Caribbean.

And now Palm Island, one of the jewels of the Elite Island Resorts portfolio, has unveiled a major new addition. 

The Seahorse Villa on Palm Island.

They call it the Seahorse Villa, and it’s a new bucket-list, toes-in-the-sand luxury destination in the Caribbean. 

The 4,000-square-foot private retreat has two bedrooms in a setting right on the sand. 

The interiors are filled with locally-crafted furniture, large wicker pendant shades, high-vaulted ceilings and lovely little touches. 

There’s a large kitchen with a breakfast bar, one with shelving from salvaged ship masts; the living and dining areas are all designed for endless relaxation, with a large flat-screen and a surround sound system and sliding doors that open out right to the ultimate toes-in-the-sand experience. 

Each of the two bedrooms has a super-king size bed, with ceiling fans, TVs, massive walk-in closets, a desk and a makeup table. 

The bathrooms have double basins, plush robes and sarongs and large walk-in showers with handmade Mexican tile. 

There’s even a fully-equipped laundry room with storage space. 

There are even outdoor showers. 

And as a guest, everything is all-inclusive, meaning you get access to all of the amenities at the resort: two restaurants, a world-class spa, a full gym and endless watersports. 

But the ultimate amenity is your own private beach, a shimmering stretch of sparkling coastline that you can only find in the Grenadines, that you can only find on this rarefied corner of the 135-acre Palm Island. 

For more, visit Palm Island

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