Concierge.com's insider take:
The opening of this ten-room boutique hotel in 2003 heralded the next wave in the St. Barths-ization of once-sleepy Harbour Island. The work of Miami developer J. Wallace Tutt III, who did Villa Versace, and his partner Don Purdy, it has fast Internet, cable TV, VCRs, and CDs. There are also English country armchairs, vases of hothouse-looking flowers, chandeliers, Modigliani drawings, and Picasso lithographs. Service is personal and aiming for psychic; there's a gym, two restaurants (the main one duly attracting the local glitterati on a regular basis), and a martini bar beside the pool, which—going one step too far in the extra-amenities department—is heated. Note that this property is a five-minute walk from the nearest beach.