Concierge.com's insider take:
New Agers on a budget favor this ten-acre hillside boutique hotel for its bohemian vibe. A wellness cottage offers massages, and a resident medicine man guides guests on nature walks through nearby hills. Rooms are discreetly tucked away in 49 private cottages and four plantation suites, each with wood shutters, hand-carved furniture, natural fabrics, ocean-facing verandas, and hammocks. The plantation houses are the best bet around for families and groups; they accommodate up to four guests for the same price as a single room at one of the island's other five-star resorts (just don't expect the same modern conveniences; there are no phones or TVs here). Breakfast, lunch, and dinner at the main restaurant are all included, but it's worth spending a little extra for a romantic dinner in one of the six open-air pavilions at Sheer, the resort's public dining spot.
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