Now all-inclusive, this all-suites resort resides on a gazillion-dollar stretch of powdery Grace Bay sand. It's a sun-soaked, handsomely landscaped property, with boatloads of amenities, including a lagoon-style pool with a swim-up bar. Resort suites are nicely furnished, each with a private balcony or terrace, fully equipped granite and stainless steel kitchen (studios have kitchenettes), and an off-white/beige color scheme with pops of Grace Bay blue. Rooms may not be as spacious or luxe as those of neighboring Palms or Somerset, but you won't be slumming it either—far from it. The Alexandra has a family appeal: All children 12 and under stay free, and the one-bedroom garden and beachfront suites accommodate four with a separate bedroom and a pullout queen sofabed in the living room; two-bedroom suites can accommodate up to six people. Plus, all suites (except studios) have washer-dryers. Complimentary watersports toys include stand-up paddleboards, kayaks, snorkle equipment, paddleboats—even a water trampoline. The Fun Pals programs offer supervised activities for kids 12 and under. A free shuttle runs to and from the Alexandra's sister resorts, the Beach House and Blue Horizon.