Curtain Bluff Resort
A dream location straddling two beaches—a protected swimming lagoon on the Caribbean side and a wilder, white-sand stretch along the Atlantic—has made Curtain Bluff a favored getaway since 1962. A clubby, old-world atmosphere pervades; many guests have been coming here for years and are on a first-name basis with staffers. The classic, colonial-era aesthetic also suffuses the resort’s 72 rooms and suites, outfitted with rattan and sea-grass furniture, tiled floors, and wide, white-louvered windows that look over the ocean. Apart from sunning and swimming, there’s tennis, squash, yoga classes, and water sports like water skiing and deep-sea fishing—none of which you’ll pay extra for, since the resort is all-inclusive.