September 26, 2016

Top Caribbean Hotels for US Military

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Natura Cabanas, Dominican Republic

Attention all United States Military community, finding a great hotel, at a great price in the Caribbean can be a tricky, and time consuming task.  Check out Natura Cabanas in the luscious Dominican Republic. This incredible property offers eco-friendly bungalows in a green, gracious setting, Natura Cabanas is a taste of peaceful luxury for a remarkably good price. Amy, Navy, USMC on off-duty travel can enjoy delectable cuisine, a clean, a semi-private private beach, and a fabulous spa. The silence is tranquil, and a bit country-like without TV in some rooms, so enjoy your trip and book your hotel with MilitaryTravelZone.com

Parrot Cay and COMO Shambhala Retreat, Turks and Caicos

Just a short 30-minute boat ride from Providenciales, this 1,000-acre all-inclusive resort on a private island redefines serenity. This is the perfect place for a romantic getaway for military men to take their girlfriends and wives. With an unbelievable infinity pool, world-renowned spa, waterfront villas, devoted service and more than three miles of immaculate beaches, it’s one of the most lavish and dreamy options in the Caribbean. But huge price tags put it out of reach for many, and the exceptional level of privacy comes at a cost.

 

Boardwalk Hotel Aruba

For those military families in search of a cherished experience on Aruba, the Boardwalk Hotel is an excellent mid-range choice for the budget minded. This serene 14-room property, tucked behind other colossal Marriott properties and situated on a previous coconut plantation, remains an oasis of tranquil. Adventure sport seekers have known this secret vacation home for years, but the property also appeals to couples and families. The dazzling, airy rooms – they feel more like apartments — have fully prepared kitchens, fine linens and private patios. Snorkel gear, beach towels, coolers, chairs and umbrellas are provided free of charge to guests. Although the military families might not get direct beach access, but guests can walk to nearby Palm Beach or drive to a hidden beach recommended by the owners.  Ask the owners for local advice.

 

Biras Creek Resort, Virgin Gorda

The Biras Creek Resort is a rural retreat with just 31 rooms for the military personnel and their families. The property has two beaches — one quiet and the other slightly rocky. Although most suites do not have TVs, guests can access the free Wi-Fi, as well as a long list of on-site services: water sports, tennis courts, a striking pool, a relaxing spa, a well stocked game room and a restaurant (don’t forget the dress code). Even when fully occupied, this 140-acre resort can feel vacant, though its total size can also make it difficult to get around.

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