If you are traveling to the Caribbean anytime soon, especially during the Christmas then you definitely need a beautiful place to make your holidays enjoyable. What better place to stay than a Black-owned resort? There is just something about Black-owned resorts that brings life to your holidays.
You can rest assured that at any of the resorts we are recommending you are bound to have the most enjoyable stay ever. You will get to enjoy a totally new experience and at the same time patronize a Black-owned business.
Without further ado, here is our list of Black-owned beautiful resorts in the Caribbean.
Spice Island Beach Resort (Grand Anse, Grenada)
This beach resort is set right at the heart of the amazing Grand Anse Beach, widely regarded as one of the best beaches in the whole of the Caribbean. The Spice Island Beach Resort is owned and run by a black family and you will definitely enjoy the all-inclusive resort which gives you the luxurious treatment you have always desired. The resort has 64 suites and I bet staying in any will be worth every penny spent.
La Créole Beach Hotel & Spa (Guadeloupe)
If you have always been thrilled by Creole cuisine and hospitality then you have to find your way to the La Creole Beach Hotel and Spa. The hotel is located in a tropical garden not too far from the sea and has 211 rooms which you can choose from. Due to the location, it might be a bit difficult to find your way there but we are sure when you do, it will be an experience worth remembering for as long as you live.
Negril Treehouse Resort (Negril, Jamaica)
The founder of this resort is American born but relocated to Jamaica after civil engineering studies to build the resort with her husband. The resort is over forty years old now but is still a major attraction for tourists that visit Jamaica. You should visit the Negril Treehouse Resort anytime you are in Jamaica.
Villa La Maison Michelle (St. James. Barbados)
This resort is found in the heart of the Platinum Coast of Barbados. It is not the regular resort as it is a five star hotel with just seven suites, the perfect hideout for a weekend getaway. The picturesque hotel is owned by husband and wife Michelle and Guy Jenkins.
Melia Nassau Beach (Nassau)
Nassau is undergoing so much development now and the Melia Nassau Beach is one major reason to be excited about visiting Nassau. It is set in the northern part of the Island on Cable beach. It is the ideal place to enjoy the authentic tropical paradise and one of the best resorts in the whole of the Caribbean.