Concierge.com's insider take:
Set above the pristine sweep of Maho Bay, Harmony Studios draws environmentally sensitive types who don't want to bunk in tents and share bathhouses. The airy accommodations have high ceilings, kitchenettes, and generously sized decks; dwellings are constructed from recycled materials and powered by the sun, with elevated walkways to minimize erosion. It's only a five-minute walk to sister resort Maho Bay Camps, which was founded in 1976 and is this earth-conscious hotel group's flagship property. Up at Maho, Harmony guests can visit the open-air restaurant, shop at the store for provisions and necessities, peruse the art gallery, and sign up for activities. Besides the usual hiking, snorkeling, and sailing, there are classes like ceramics, watercolors, papermaking, yoga, and glassblowing (resident artists use the recycled items from all four of the island's hotels).