“Cotton House has also been judiciously developed by the Mustique Copany: Its eight rooms have grown to twenty, but the plantation’s old barn and sugar mill survive. The soul of the hotel, like that of the island itself, endures.” Architectural Digest


WHAT

Restored from an old cotton warehouse, this small, luxurious hideaway overlooking a white sand beach and the aquamarine blue of the Carribean, is comprised of 20 delightful rooms, suites and cottages all outfitted with balconies or verandas and thoughtful luxuries such as a choice of 11 different pillows for a good night’s sleep.



WHERE

Situated on the island of Mustique, in the archipelago of the Grenadines, The Cotton House is set on 13 acres of palms and grass between the Endeavor Bay in the Caribbean and L’Ansecoy Bay on the Atlantic side.



WHY GO

Relaxing diversions at this resort include a holistic spa, a fitness center overlooking the water, a stunning swimming pool and a private sailing yacht. Tennis, horseback riding and deep sea diving is also offered. As for the food, the hotel’s gastronomic restaurant serves up mouthwatering cuisine in a truly Caribbean style, with a tropical breeze and Barbadian tableware.