Dreaming of a Caribbean getaway in 2024? These are the hottest new resorts opening throughout the Caribbean this year, according to a list from TravelPulse.
Some of these resorts are located on familiar favorite islands (like the Dominican Republic) while others are opening on lesser-known but trending islands such as Grenada, St. Vincent, and the Grenadines.
Here are the top Caribbean resort openings to have on your radar in 2024:
Sandals Saint Vincent And The Grenadines Resort
One of the most exciting new resorts coming to the Caribbean is Sandals Saint Vincent and the Grenadines. Sandals already has 20 adults-only resorts across the Caribbean, and they are all known for their impeccable all-inclusive service.
This new resort is the most luxurious Sandals yet. Situated on a lush 50-acre property, it will offer over 300 guest rooms and suites, including overwater bungalows.
Although Saint Vincent and the Grenadines is an underrated destination in the Caribbean, that will likely change soon as more travelers discover this beautiful hidden gem.
The new Sandals resort is set to open in March 2024.
Zemi Miches All-Inclusive Resort
Another new Caribbean resort opening this year is Zemi Miches All-Inclusive Resort in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic.
Punta Cana is the most popular destination in the Caribbean, thanks to its gorgeous beaches and abundance of all-inclusive resorts.
The Dominican Republic is also known for being one of the most affordable destinations in the Caribbean, so you can enjoy a getaway to paradise without breaking the bank.
This new all-inclusive resort from Hilton will open later in 2024.
St. Regis Cap Cana
Further expanding Punta Cana's resort offerings is the St. Regis Cap Cana, a new five-star luxury hotel that is opening in the first quarter of 2024.
Marriott's St. Regis brand is known worldwide for its ultra-luxury experience.
Guests staying at this hotel will enjoy amenities, including seven swimming pools, an indulgent spa, a fitness and wellness center, and access to the nearby Punta Espada Golf Club.
Six Senses La Sagesse
Grenada is a lesser-visited island in the Caribbean, but it's growing in popularity with travelers thanks to the launch of new nonstop flights from the U.S. on JetBlue.
Nicknamed the Spice Island, this gorgeous Caribbean destination will soon welcome the Six Senses La Sagesse, a new luxury resort focused on wellness and sustainability. This 38-acre property will feature just over 70 suites and villas, giving it an intimate, boutique feel.
The Six Senses La Sagesse will open in May 2024.
Royalton CHIC Antigua
Another exciting new resort opening in the Caribbean this spring is Royalton CHIC Antigua. This resort, which will open in April 2024, is located in the stunning Dickenson Bay area of Antigua.
It's an all-inclusive adults-only hotel that will feature tons of great amenities for guests.
Antigua and Barbuda is a small island nation that is still lesser-known among American travelers, but well worth a visit.
And getting there is easy — there are actually quite a few affordable flights to Antigua from the U.S. in 2024, making it the perfect time to visit.
Hotel Indigo Grand Cayman
Finally, travelers can look forward to a new hotel in Grand Cayman. Hotel Indigo Grand Cayman is expected to open in June 2024.
Located on Grand Cayman's famed Seven Mile Beach, this hotel from IHG will offer over 280 guest rooms and an infinity pool overlooking the ocean.
It's a great addition to Grand Cayman, which is one of the best destinations in the Caribbean for scuba diving and snorkeling. Grand Cayman is the largest of the Cayman Islands, making it a great choice for travelers wanting a fun, active vacation.
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