Best points hotels in the Caribbean

Jan 17, 2020

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The calm, clear water of Aruba, the dramatic coastline of Jamaica, the accessibility of the U.S. Virgin Islands, the views from St. Kitts and Nevis, the lively atmosphere of the Dominican Republic and the tranquility of Turks & Caicos. The Caribbean has it all — except the arduous journey required to travel half a world away.

And really, there’s no better cure for the winter blues when you need some immediate fun in the sun than to take a points and miles-fueled trip to the Caribbean.

Whether you’ve already booked flights to the Caribbean using miles and just need to lock in your resort, or you’re still deciding which island among the region’s 30 countries and territories is right for you, we’re here to help.

While many of these islands have experienced devastating hurricanes over the last few years, some are completely back — and better than ever. Plus, every tourism dollar helps.

What follows isn’t a list of every single Caribbean points hotel. Rather, we’ve curated a list of some of the best spots where you can use rewards points to book your stay. (If we’ve missed your favorite, be sure to let us know in the comments below.)

For all the properties, we’ve listed the standard award category or points range, which doesn’t include possible discounts such as a fifth night free at various chains. As always, check the paid rates when you’re considering an award booking, as sometimes rates can be low enough to warrant paying cash and saving your points for another time.

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Anguilla

Zemi Beach Resort, LXR Hotels

Hilton Honors: 95,000 points per night

Zemi Beach House (image courtesy of booking.com)
Zemi Beach House. (Image courtesy of booking.com)

If you love using points, but hate resort factories with hundreds — or even thousands — of rooms, this is a great option for you. Zemi Beach House has just 76 rooms and is located right on the water. The six-acre property is on Shoal Bay East on the island of Anguilla. When it comes to getting there, you can fly directly to Anguilla (AXA) or take a boat shuttle from the airport on St. Maarten (SXM).

This resort would also be a great use of your Hilton Weekend Night Reward certificates available with cards such as the Hilton Honors Aspire Card from American Express.

The Reef by Cuisinart

World of Hyatt: 25,000 Hyatt points per night

Thanks to Hyatt’s addition of many of the Small Luxury Hotels of the World, you can now use your Hyatt points to stay in a 700-square-foot suite at the 80-room Reef resort on Anguilla. This property is set on Merryfoot Bay with St. Maarten visible in the background. Whether you want to snorkel, relax or just sip some cocktails (or do all three), this high-end resort is a welcome option to the points world.

Reef Resort (Photo courtesy of booking.com)
Reef Resort. (Photo courtesy of booking.com)

Aruba

Hyatt Regency Aruba

World of Hyatt: 25,000 points per night

Hyatt Regency Aruba. (Photo courtesy of booking.com)

The Hyatt Regency Aruba sits right on Aruba’s famous Palm Beach. This means very calm, clear water and perfect, soft sand. It also means that you have walkable options for a variety of food, snacks and entertainment.

The hotel has a casino, spa, waterslide and multiple pools. If you want to include Club Lounge access with your award rate (and you don’t have access via your elite status in the Hyatt program), you can instead spend 33,000 Hyatt points per night for a club-level room to have access to easy breakfast, snacks and evening appetizers.

The Ritz-Carlton, Aruba

Marriott Bonvoy: 50,000–70,000 points per night

If you’re using your Marriott points for a vacation in Aruba, you’ll probably be best off booking The Ritz-Carlton, Aruba for 40–60k Marriott points per night. On nights when the rate is 50k points, you can also use an annual award night that comes with the Marriott Bonvoy Brilliant™ American Express® Card (worth up to 50,000 points).

This hotel has a lot going for it — balconies in every room, a 24-hour casino and Ritz-Carlton luxury service. With cash rates climbing as high as $1,000 a night during peak season, this is an easy way to get incredible value from your Marriott points.

The Ritz-Carlton Aruba. (Photo courtesy of Ritz-Carlton)
The Ritz-Carlton Aruba. (Photo courtesy of Ritz-Carlton)

Related: Which Marriott Bonvoy card is right for you?

Hilton Aruba Caribbean Resort and Casino

Hilton Honors: 78,000–80,000 points per night

Hilton Aruba (Photo courtesy of Hilton)
Hilton Aruba. (Photo courtesy of Hilton)

Also on Palm Beach is the Hilton Aruba Caribbean Resort. This beautiful property came under the Hilton banner a few years ago, having previously been branded as a Radisson. The Hilton renovations have been getting positive reviews from guests, and those with Gold and Diamond Hilton status (even from a card such as the Hilton Honors American Express Surpass® Card) will get some help with food costs in the form of a property credit.

Also popular are the beachfront palapas, which you can reserve by smartphone app the day before instead of getting up at the crack of dawn (though you’ll still need to claim your palapa in person by 9 a.m. or it’ll go to other sun-seekers).

Related: The best ways to earn points with Hilton Honors

Aruba Marriott Resort and Stellaris Casino

Marriott Bonvoy: 40,000–60,000 points per night

The Aruba Marriott Resort and Stellaris Casino. (Photo courtesy of Marriott)
The Aruba Marriott Resort and Stellaris Casino. (Photo courtesy of Marriott)

The Aruba Marriott Resort often has rooms available for point redemptions when its two nearby two sister resorts — the Marriott Aruba Ocean Club and the Marriott Aruba Surf Club — have no award space. Even better, guests at this hotel have access to many of the facilities at the pair of neighbor properties. You can add cash to your 50,000 points per night to upgrade as high as a top-floor Tradewinds room, which gives you additional access to a club lounge, a private beach and a dedicated concierge.

Related: The best ways to earn points with the Marriott Bonvoy program

The Bahamas

Grand Hyatt Baha Mar

World of Hyatt: 20,000 points per night

One of Grand Hyatt Baha Mar’s pools. (Photo by Summer Hull/The Points Guy)

A few years ago, the Grand Hyatt was the first hotel to open in the 1,000-acre Baha Mar development, and it boasts 1,800 rooms and a ton of facilities. It’s a big casino resort, to be clear, but it’s a nice one. Think of it as the Bellagio of the Bahamas. At the Baha Mar resort complex, there’s a 100,000-square-foot casino, 11 swimming pools, 30 luxury shops and an 18-hole Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Course and Golf Club. Kids love not only the “cliffs” you can jump off of into the pool but also the “cave” where you can watch sharks and other wildlife swim on just the other side.

See the marine life from above or below. (Summer Hull / The Points Guy)
See the marine life from above or below. (Photo by Summer Hull/The Points Guy)

Related: The best ways to earn points with the World of Hyatt program

The Cove Atlantis

Marriott Bonvoy: 50,000–70,000 points per night + $80 resort fee

Cove at Atlantis (photo courtesy of booking.com)
The Cove at Atlantis. (Photo courtesy of Booking.com)

Atlantis is a polarizing fixture of the Bahamas. Some absolutely love the massive property and its famous waterpark. Others don’t. And while some of the facilities at the Atlantis resort are unquestionably getting a bit long in the tooth, the resort is made up of multiple hotels, with some much nicer than others. If you want to go toward the nicer end of the scale at Atlantis, you can book the Cove using your Marriott points.

The Cove’s pool is restricted to adult guests over 18 years old, and the buffet at the tower’s Mosaic restaurant gets consistently positive reviews from guests. Since this is a Marriott Autograph property, all the towers at Atlantis can be booked with Marriott Bonvoy points, but watch for expensive resort fees tacked on to your stay. On the plus side, you will get wrist bands to the Atlantis waterpark for the registered guests in your room.

Related: The award traveler’s guide to Marriott Bonvoy

French Leave Resort, Autograph Collection

Marriott Bonvoy: 50,000–70,000 points per night + $50 resort fee

French Leave Resort. (Photo courtesy of Booking.com)

If you want Bahamian blue waters (or even pink sand), but you’re after something different from what’s offered on points in the Nassau area — look to the French Leave Resort. The French Leave Resort on Eleuthera Island provides you your own villa, highly rated service and a much calmer atmosphere than the mega-resorts.

To get here, you can use your American Airlines miles to fly from Miami (MIA) to Eleuthera (ELH) starting around 10,000 miles each direction.

Barbados

Radisson Aquatica Resort

Radisson Rewards: 50,000 points per night

Radisson Aquatica Barbados (Photo courtesy of booking.com)
Radisson Aquatica Barbados (Photo courtesy of Booking.com)

Barbados has a few points-friendly hotels, though none that stand out as the best or nicest options at the moment. But since Radisson hasn’t featured heavily on this list (or at all), know that Radisson’s Aquatica Resort on the beach at Needham’s Point can be a good choice for your points in Barbados. While 50,000 points gets you a standard room, 75,000 points can get a business-class room that includes an evening drink, free breakfast, ocean views, etc.

Here’s a complete guide to using your points and miles for a vacation in Barbados.

British Virgin Islands

Scrub Island Resort, Autograph Collection

Marriott Bonvoy: 70,000–100,000 points per night + $30 resort fee per adult, per night

Scrub Island (Summer Hull/The Points Guy)
Scrub Island. (Photo by Summer Hull/The Points Guy)

Want to stay on a private island you can book with points? Scrub Island in the British Virgin Islands may be just the place for you. The resort is reachable only by boat. You can fly into the nearby island of Tortola and the Terrance B. Lettsome International Airport (EIS) on Tortola and take an included five-minute ferry ride to the resort.

Based on my 2019 stay at the resort, the location is five-star, though the rooms are not quite as glamorous. However, you are sleeping virtually right next to gazillion dollar yachts and when day breaks, you can hop a ferry or water taxi and go play in the same gorgeous water. Between explorations to the Baths on Virgin Gorda, drinks at the nearby Pusser’s restaurant and adventures on Tortola, this is a location to put on your list.

Necker Island

A ton of Virgin Atlantic miles + elite status

(Photo courtesy of Necker Island)

Got a whole bunch of Virgin Atlantic miles in your pocket and want to go all-in on points-fueled island fun on Richard Branson’s private island in the British Virgin Islands? A few weeks a year you can book a seven-night stay on the 74-acre Necker Island for 1.2 million Virgin Atlantic miles (or tens of thousands of dollars) and enjoy life as Richard Branson does.

Snagging awards here isn’t easy, even if you have the miles and elite status to leverage, but if you do, you’ll enjoy a dedicated waitstaff team, all your meals and drinks, pools, tennis courts, water sports equipment and much more.

Cayman Islands

Kimpton Seafire

IHG: 70,000 points per night + $70 resort fee

Kimtpon Seafire Resort on Grand Cayman (Photo by Scott Mayerowitz/The Points Guy)
Kimtpon Seafire Resort on Grand Cayman. (Photo by Scott Mayerowitz/The Points Guy)

Thus far on this list, Marriott, Hyatt and Hilton have dominated the line-up of the best hotels in the Caribbean as far as points travelers are concerned, but on Grand Cayman one of your best point options can be booked with IHG points. The Kimpton Seafire is a beachfront hotel with 266 rooms just 20 minutes from the airport.

Here, IHG elites can raid the mini bar, leverage the Kimpton secret password select times of the year and enjoy complimentary snacks by the pool. Kimpton is a fun, but higher-end brand and Grand Cayman is a gorgeous location. If you have the IHG Rewards Club Premier Credit Card, your fourth award night is free — and four nights is actually about the right amount of time to experience a good amount of Grand Cayman while still enjoying plenty of time by the ocean.

The Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman

Marriott Bonvoy: 70,000–100,000 points per night + $85 resort fee

Ritz Carlton Grand Cayman (photo courtesy of booking.com)
Ritz Carlton Grand Cayman. (Photo courtesy of Booking.com)

Kimpton isn’t the only game in town when it comes to Grand Cayman. The Ritz-Carlton Grand Cayman sits proudly on Seven Mile Beach and TPG himself actually stayed there a few years ago during the Cayman Cookout, declaring it to be “easily one of the best point hotels in the Caribbean.

The Ritz hosts six bars and restaurants, two pools, an oceanfront jacuzzi, a nine-hole golf course and a tennis center. Parents with little ones will also love that the hotel has a splash pad, something the nearby Westin did not.

(Photo courtesy of Ritz-Carlton Grand Cayman)
(Photo courtesy of The Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman)

Westin Grand Cayman Seven Mile Beach Resort

Marriott Bonvoy: 50,000–70,000 points per night + $65 resort fee

Just down Seven Mile Beach from The Ritz-Carlton is the Westin Grand Cayman. Located on the western side of Grand Cayman, the property was renovated a couple of years ago and features the largest freshwater pool on the island, along with two hot tubs and a courtyard café and bar at the pool. (Here are some tips for saving on food while staying at the Westin Grand Cayman.)

Westin Grand Cayman. (Photo by Summer Hull/The Points Guy)

Beach House, the property’s main restaurant, won AAA’s 4 Diamond Award and features seafood dishes designed by executive chef Sandy Tuason. And since it’s a Westin, at the end of the day you’ll hopefully sleep soundly on your room’s Heavenly Bed.

The Westin Grand Cayman Seven Mile Beach Resort. (Photo courtesy of Westin)
The Westin Grand Cayman Seven Mile Beach Resort. (Photo courtesy of Westin)

Curaçao

Curacao Marriott Beach Resort

Marriott Bonvoy: 30,000–40,000 points per night 

Curacao has limited points-friendly hotel options, but the Curacao Marriott Beach Resort is a welcome new addition to the island. This relatively calm six-acre oceanfront resort has 336 rooms and suites, two pools and a variety of on-site dining options. As a Marriott Category 5 property, you could use a Marriott up to 35k-point certificate from a card such as the Marriott Bonvoy Boundless Credit Card on nights that ring in at 35k points or less per night.

Curacao Marriott Beach Resort (Photo courtesy of booking.com)
Curacao Marriott Beach Resort. (Photo courtesy of Booking.com)

Renaissance Curaçao Resort and Casino

Marriott Bonvoy: 30,000–40,000 points per night

Another potential 35k certificate option on Curacao is the Renaissance Curacao. You won’t find a bona fide beach at this hotel, but there’s something almost as cool: a saltwater infinity pool with a man-made beach area. Guests of the hotel give it good reviews, but if that’s not your thing, you can also enjoy the additional freshwater pool. (Do be aware that some rooms here are interior with no windows, so you will probably want to avoid those.)

The Renaissance Curaçao Resort and Casino. (Photo courtesy of The Renaissance)
The Renaissance Curaçao Resort and Casino. (Photo courtesy of Marriott)

Dominican Republic

Sublime Samana Hotel & Residences

World of Hyatt: 25,000 points per night

The World of Hyatt program made waves in 2018 by adding a partnership with the Small Luxury Hotels of the World group. This has added new Caribbean locations to the Hyatt portfolio, including the Sublime Samana Hotel & Residences on the northern coast of the Dominican Republic. The gorgeous property is set in lush, tropical surroundings and boasts an on-site restaurant and spa. The standard award rooms are one-bedroom suites that span over 1,000 square feet, including a fully equipped kitchen, dining area and living space with a sofa bed (perfect for families).

The Sublime Samana is one of the newest Caribbean hotels bookable using points. Image courtesy of the hotel.
The Sublime Samana is one of the newer Caribbean hotels bookable using points. (Photo courtesy of Sublime)

Related: Best ways to use Hyatt points at new luxury hotels

Hyatt Ziva and Zilara Cap Cana

World of Hyatt: From 25k points per night for double occupancy

The all-inclusive Hyatt Ziva and Zilara properties in Punta Cana opened in late 2019. These adult-only and family-friendly all-inclusive brands have a loyal following and are bookable with Hyatt points. The neighboring beachfront resorts have a wide variety of really good restaurants, multiple pools, an included kid’s club, water park and a very friendly staff. While the opening of the resorts was rocky (to say the very least), with more time under their belts, the amenities are likely to grow to match the gorgeous oceanfront location.

(Photo by Summer Hull/The Points Guy)
(Photo by Summer Hull/The Points Guy)

Jamaica

Hilton Rose Hall Resort & Spa

Hilton Honors: 56,000–70,000 points per night

If you’re considering an all-inclusive resort where you won’t have to worry about the cost of food or drinks, Jamaica could be your destination target. That’s because the Hilton Rose Hall Resort is just one of several all-inclusive hotels on the island that can be booked with points. The resort features the largest water park and the longest white sand beach on the island, and with seven bars and restaurants serving up grub and booze at no added cost, you’re in for a well-sated stay.

Hilton Rose Hall (Photo courtesy of booking.com)
Hilton Rose Hall. (Photo courtesy of Booking.com)

Related: Maximizing redemptions with Hilton Honors

Hyatt Ziva and Zilara Rose Hall

World of Hyatt: 25,000 points per night for double occupancy

Hyatt has had all-inclusive resorts in Jamaica in the last few years via the family-oriented Ziva brand and adults-only Zilara adjacent to each other on Jamaica’s Montego Bay. There are many shared amenities between the two resorts (though children are relegated to the Ziva side). Note that the adult-only side is a newer build than the family-friendly side, so it is a touch nicer in my experience.

Hyatt Ziva Rose Hall. (Photo courtesy of Hyatt.com)

Related: Maximizing redemptions with World of Hyatt

Puerto Rico

The St. Regis Bahia Beach Resort

Marriott Bonvoy: 70,000–100,000 points + $85 resort fee

(Photo by Nick Ellis/The Points Guy)

This 139-room oceanfront property on the northeast side of Puerto Rico underwent a 60 million dollar renovation to bring it to even better than its pre-hurricane glory. Here you’ll find multiple restaurants, the signature St. Regis service, an included kid’s club, beach amenities, water toys and more.

The resort is tranquil, with a private and secluded stretch of beach, and a massive pool complex that you won’t have to fight other guests for a chair at. If you want a top-of-the-line beachfront vacation on points, you’ll be hard-pressed to do much better than this Puerto Rican escape.

La Concha Renaissance San Juan Resort

Marriott Bonvoy: 40,000–60,000 points per night + $30 fee per day

Located in the heart of San Juan’s Miami-esque Condado district, the La Concha Renaissance San Juan Resort provides the best of both worlds. Set right on the beach, you can spend full days relaxing by the pool or swimming in the strong surf of the Atlantic Ocean, but by night you’re just a short walk away from the many San Juan restaurants that are putting this island territory on the foodie map.

This is a Marriott Category 6 property, meaning that on nights when the rate is 50k points, you can use an annual award night that comes with the Marriott Bonvoy Brilliant™ American Express® Card (worth up to 50,000 points).

La Concha. (Photo courtesy of Booking.com)

St. Maarten

Belmond la Samanna

First, the bad news … you aren’t really going to be using traditional hotel points on St. Maarten right now. However, you can leverage American Express Fine Hotels& Resorts (FHR) benefits from a card such as The Platinum Card® from American Express — including daily breakfast, 4 p.m. late checkout, early check-in and a $100 food or beverage credit — at the Belmond la Samanna.

Belmond La Samanna (Photo courtesy of booking.com)
Belmond La Samanna. (Photo courtesy of Booking.com)

If that isn’t the right property for you, you could also use fixed-value points from a card such as the Chase Sapphire Reserve at a value of 1.5 cents each to book a hotel through Chase Travel.

St. Barths

As amazing as St. Barths is — and it really is — your traditional hotel points also aren’t going help much here. You’ll again need to leverage credit card benefits such as the Amex FHR perks somewhere, such as booking a bungalow at Le Sereno, or turn to fixed-value points to book the hotel of your choice. And fair warning: nothing on St. Barths is particularly budget-friendly.

Le Sereno (photo courtesy of booking.com)
Le Sereno. (Photo courtesy of Booking.com)

St. Lucia

Harbor Club St. Lucia, Curio Collection

Hilton Honors: 60,000 points per night

Hilton Harbor St. Lucia (photo courtesy of booking.com)
Hilton Harbor St. Lucia. (Photo courtesy of Booking.com)

There aren’t very many points hotel options on St. Lucia. In fact, there is really only one. The Harbor Club St. Lucia is located next to the marina in Rodney Bay. Note that while there are multiple pools, this is not a beachfront hotel. That said, the hotel does provide a boat or bus to the beach.

Related: The best Hilton credit cards

St. Kitts and Nevis

Park Hyatt St. Kitts

World of Hyatt: 30,000 points per night

Park Hyatt St. Kitts (Photo by Zach Griff/The Points Guy)
Park Hyatt St. Kitts. (Photo by Zach Griff/The Points Guy)

The Park Hyatt St. Kitts is a point-friendly gem of the Caribbean. With only 78 rooms and 48 suites, the property features two swimming pools — one adults-only and one for families — three restaurants, a spa, an included kids club and, of course, access to the Banana Bay beach. With paid rates reaching toward $800 on some dates, this resort can be the perfect spot for a points redemption, though be sure to check for possible cash deals through portals like Amex Fine Hotels & Resorts if you have The Platinum Card® from American Express or The Business Platinum Card® from American Express.

Related: How to redeem points with the World of Hyatt program

St. Kitts Marriott Resort & The Royal Beach Casino

Marriott Bonvoy: 30,000–40,000 points per night

While not as high-end as the Park Hyatt St. Kitts, the St. Kitts Marriott Resort has recently undergone some renovations, and you’ll find an expansive resort with the Royal St. Kitts Golf Club and the 15,000-square-foot Emerald Mist Spa as highlights. Cash rates at this property can sometimes fall below $150 per night, so make sure to double-check the cost of paid nights before burning your points here or 35k Marriott certificates here.

St. Kitts Marriott Resort. (Photo via Oyster)
St. Kitts Marriott Resort. (Photo courtesy of Oyster)

I’m cheating here a bit, as it is not a traditional points hotel, but the Four Seasons Nevis, just a boat ride away from St. Kitts, recently completed a renovation and is bookable via the Amex FHR program. Even if you don’t stay on Nevis, it’s worth a visit while you are on St. Kitts.

Turks and Caicos

Point Grace Resort and Spa

World of Hyatt: 40,000 points per night

Until recently, booking Turks and Caicos resorts on hotel points wasn’t really possible, but with the addition of the Small Luxury Hotels lineup to the World of Hyatt, you have a few options. Point Grace Resort is a boutique, all-suites beachfront hotel on Grace Bay. Here, your Hyatt points get you an over 1,000-square-foot cottage. There are only 28 suites at this oceanfront resort, so it is a great place to get away from the crowds and enjoy the spa, beach and other amenities available.

Point Grace (image courtesy of booking.com)
Point Grace. (Photo courtesy of Booking.com)

Sailrock Resort

World of Hyatt: 40,000 points per night

Located in South Caicos on a small, remote island, Sailrock Resort is another quality Small Luxury Hotels option you can book with your Hyatt points. Here you’ll find 34 suites and villas that come with complimentary round-trip airfare to and from Providenciales (PLS) to South Caicos (XCS). 

Sailrock Resort (photo courtesy of booking.com)
Sailrock Resort. (Photo courtesy of Booking.com)

As always, if you don’t have enough Hyatt points to book the Turks and Caicos getaway you want from your World of Hyatt Credit Card, you can transfer them to Hyatt 1:1 from cards such as the Chase Sapphire Reserve and Chase Sapphire Preferred Card.

U.S. Virgin Islands

The Ritz Carlton, St. Thomas

Marriott Bonvoy: 70,000–100,000 points per night + $80 resort fee

Ritz-Carlton St. Thomas. (Photo courtesy of Booking.com)

Very newly reopened after a massive $100-million-dollar post-hurricane renovation, The Ritz-Carlton, St. Thomas is set to become one of the premier points hotel options in the Caribbean. The resort features four restaurants, a remodeled infinity pool, new family pool with waterslide and a renovated club lounge.

Westin St. John Villas

Marriott Bonvoy: 50,000–70,000 Marriott points +$45 resort fee

Westin St. John (Photo by Zach Griff/The Points Guy)
Westin St. John. (Photo by Zach Griff/The Points Guy)

Also fresh off a massive post-Hurricane Maria renovation and reopening, the Westin St. John Villas is a solid points-friendly option in the U.S. Virgin Islands, though admittedly less luxurious than the Ritz-Carlton on nearby St. Thomas. These villas are a great match for a slightly more do-it-yourself style vacationer who still wants to stay on a gorgeous island with points.

Ready to start planning? Here are TPG’s recommendations for getting to the Caribbean using points and miles

Featured image of the Westin St. John courtesy of Zach Griff/The Points Guy.

Additional reporting by Ethan Steinberg.

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