Planned with an architect's talent (noted Caribbean architect Ian Morrison designed it) and a landscape artist's flare, Windjammer Landing is a true resort with fun and activities, privacy (you add the romance) and the look and feel of an exotic village. Opened in 1989, this self-contained village resort has all the services and amenities the most seasoned traveler could want.
At Windjammer Landing you are ensconced on 60 lush and flowering acres, right on a magnificent crescent-shaped private beach. There are 248 rooms located in spacious, quiet villas. Each has a look and feel of what you may have visualized on the plane en route to St. Sunny prints are on the beds and chairs, rattan furniture decorates the spacious rooms, warm ceramic tiles are everywhere. Gentle trade winds sweep through the open concept living and dining rooms. Ceiling fans and bedroom air conditioners are there to cool you further if you need it. All villas come with fully-equipped kitchens and bedrooms have an ocean view.
Each villa and cluster of rooms is secluded from its neighbors by tall trees and flowering bushes. Brick paths wander through the 60 acres of magnificent landscaping, with scented gardens, sparkling pools and waterfalls, covered walkways, pickled wood and hand-painted tiles. And there is jitney service to take you from your villa to anywhere on the property.
In this village resort, there is everything to keep you going day and night if you choose or many quiet places to simply do nothing -- put your feet up, relax and take in the sheer physical beauty of your surroundings.