• Amanyara, Northwest Point, Provo (https://www.aman.com/resorts/amanyara): The Singapore-based Amanresorts' first foray into the West Indies deftly marries pampered luxury with an exacting Eastern aesthetic; the name means "peaceful place." Guest pavilions are utterly private and smartly appointed in Aman teakwood, polished terrazzo floors, and state-of-the-art toys for grownups.
  • Wymara Resort & Villas, Grace Bay, Provo (https://wymararesortandvillas.com): Urban escapees make a beeline for this smart-looking Lower Bight property (formerly the Gansevoort) -- it's definitely in their comfort zone. It's got a happening pool scene and ultrastylish rooms with irresistible touches, like electric blinds, big freestanding tubs (filled from a ceiling tap), and glass-encased rain showers.
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  • Grace Bay Club, Grace Bay, Provo (https://gracebayresorts.com/gracebayclub/): This Grace Bay pioneer continues to reinvent itself, and everything, from the spacious luxury suites to the unparalleled service, is first-rate. Don't expect attitude, however; this is one of the warmest, most welcoming spots in town. Have a private dinner served under the stars on the beach.
  • Point Grace, Grace Bay, Provo (https://pointgrace.com): Set on a stunning bend of Grace Bay beachfront, this small resort gets consistent high marks for its handsomely appointed suites. It's gotten a refresh under new management (Grace Bay Resorts) and is better than ever.
  • The Palms, Grace Bay, Provo (www.thepalmstc.com): There are no bad rooms at this gorgeous resort, with a serpentine infinity pool, shops, restaurants, and a 25,000-square-foot spa with reflecting pools. It offers both serenity and a lively nightlife, with the Plunge Bar heating up at sunset.
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  • The Somerset, Grace Bay, Provo (https://thesomerset.com): Size matters, and this Tuscan-style boutique resort is just small enough to have a personalized, intimate feel and big enough to offer sprawling suites with monumental balconies and marble-clad kitchens and baths. It has a sunny, serene atmosphere and a beautifully landscaped pool and beachfront. 
  • The Shore Club, Long Bay, Provo (www.theshoreclubtc.com): This luxe property has won all sorts of accolades since its opening in 2018, and we can only add ours: It's a stunner, with beautiful suites and marble baths and a winner of a restaurant. It's also brought a focus to pretty Long Bay, a windsurfing mecca.    
  • West Bay Club, Grace Bay, Provo (https://thewestbayclub.com): This boutique oceanfront property has 46 spacious, beautifully appointed suites with full kitchens and marble-clad bathrooms. What it doesn't have: a hipster lounge or state-of-the-art spa or even a fine-dining eatery. The pool, in fact, is small. But it does now have a little beach resto and bar, where you can sip a cold drink and admire the sea views. Everything but the spacious accommodations has been scaled down, and that's purely by design: Here it's all about those rooms and that beach and a welcoming hands-on management that makes you feel as if you're old pals. Call it mom-and-pop luxe.
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  • Parrot Cay Resort, Parrot Cay (https://parrotcay.com): Yes, this is where the rich and famous come to relax and reenergize. And so should you. It's a pretty wonderful place to be, whether you're stretched out on the secluded beach or thrilling to a treatment by a Balinese masseuse at the world-class COMO Shambhala spa.
  • The Meridian Club, Pine Cay (https://meridianclub.com/contact/): This is luxury of a determinedly downscale variety. You won't have TV, phones, or radios, but you'll want for little else on this secluded private island, which offers the kind of solitude and serenity found in few places in the world. The beach and watersports opportunities are superb.

Note: This information was accurate when it was published, but can change without notice. Please be sure to confirm all rates and details directly with the companies in question before planning your trip.