Wednesday, November 12, 2008

Caribbean Pool Furniture

Caribbean pool furniture made to withstand the rigors of year round salt, sun, pool chemicals and public use.

The aluminum frame chaise lounges such as the St. Maarten from Furniture Leisure, Inc. are popular for island resorts. The Island Collection is found on all the island destinations including Anguilla, Antigua, Aruba, Bahamas, Barbados, Bermuda, British Virgin Islands, Cayman Islands Dominican Republic, Jamaica, Martinique, Puerto Rico, Saba, St. Barths, St. Kitts, Nevis, St. Lucia, Trinidad, Tobago, Turks and Caicos, the U.S. Virgin Islands, St. Thomas, Cozumel, Cancun and Belize. Aluminum strap furniture is a durable and colorful option for lounging on the beach or just around the resort swimming pool. Aluminum is non-corrosive and any hardware is made from stainless steel to give the furniture long life.

Caribbean resorts companies such as Breezes, Sandals, Marriott, Wyndham, Westin and Four Seasons are common. Then there are the super exclusive caribbean resorts that use this furniture.

A recent article in Forbes Traveler says this “Luxury Caribbean Resorts….

Our "Billionaire Boys' Club" Award goes to Necker Island, Richard Branson's Balinese wonderland in the British Virgin Islands, which can be all yours for $30,000 a night. By definition, you won't get much networking done there, but for that we recommend Jumby Bay in Antigua, which routinely attracts a Titans of Media crowd. The caribbean resort's "Hot Type" service offers previews of upcoming novels from best-selling writers.

The "Pith Helmets On The Veranda" Award goes to Caneel Bay, the genteel paradise founded by conservationist Laurance Rockefeller on St. John in the 1950s. Inhabiting 170 pristine acres, which are in turn wrapped inside an Edenic national park, Caneel Bay oozes the colonial ambiance of Maughm and Conrad. You won't find any phones or televisions in your room, just plenty of peace and quiet.

The "Staggeringly Beautiful Room View" Award goes to Ladera, in St. Lucia, a necklace of thatched aeries spread across a lush hilltop. While it's a steep drop down (and a short shuttle ride) to the beach, the views from the swinging deck chairs (which hang over the wading pools) are worth it -- nothing but sky, sea and pitons.

The "Red Carpet" Award goes to Parrot Cay in Turks and Caicos --
What's left? Lots. If you like diving, Grace Bay on Turks and Caicos is legendary for two nearby attractions: the West Caicos Walls, which plummets a dizzying 6,000 feet into the inky blue deep; and Molasses Reef, home to the oldest European wreck in the Western Hemisphere. Grace Bay is also our contender for "Best Blindingly White Beach" Award -- as our reviewer Joe Yogerst describes it, 12 miles of talcum powder-soft white sand set against dabs of turquoise and sapphire sea.

The "Yo Ho Ho" Prize undoubtedly goes to Peter Island, in the British Virgin Islands. Sailors migrate to this caribbean resort because of its world-class dock facilities and the dozens of tranquil islets spread across the Sir Francis Drake Channel. Steady winds and calm currents make the area a sailor's paradise.

And finally, the Crackberry crowd will appreciate the bungalow amenities at Hotel Le Toiny on Saint-Barthelemy, which include plasma televisions, Wi-Fi access, and in-room steppers. Whatever floats your boat.”

When your boat comes in and you reserve at one of these caribbean resorts look for the Island collection pool furniture.

1 comment: said...

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