"Boutique property" and "all-inclusive resort" aren't terms typically used together, but this hotel is both things. With only 205 rooms situated in one-, two- and three-story buildings, it actually feels more boutique than sprawling resort. The design throughout the rooms is pretty similar, with tile floors and wood and wicker furniture; hues of gold, blue, and turquoise; and a balcony or patio. The real question is whether you prefer an ocean, beach, pool, or garden view. The latest additions to the property are two-bedroom oceanfront suites with a Jacuzzi bath and panoramic views of the Caribbean Sea. The rest of the resort is everything you could ask for from an all-inclusive: a ton of dining options and bars, beautiful pools in view of the ocean, and themed nights like jazz and reggae. Guests also get double the amenities, since they have access to sister resort Tamarijn next door. While there's plenty to do on-site (did I mention the windsurfing lessons and beachside spa services?), the hotel can also arrange off-site adventure safari and jeep tours.