Concierge.com's insider take:
Do a couple of 3,000-square-foot villas a beach resort make? If Azul is any indication, yes. But no matter how spacious, light, and airy the interiors, the rooftopshome to hot tubs, ample seating, and stellar viewsare the main draw. If the surrounding Caribbean weren't such a distinctive Caribbean blue, you'd almost think you were in the Greek Isles, given the simple, chalk-white walls. Though you clearly have little reason to leave your villa, the abutting infinity pool warrants a dip and the nearby barrier reef warrants a dive. The resort's restaurant draws crowds from the entire island, but if you'd rather avoid them, your own Viking-outfitted kitchen is always an option.