Small Luxury Resorts are a collection of Quality Resorts in Tropical Holiday locations across the World, offering Quality Accomodation at affordable Price.
Enjoy your stay at any of the below listed Small Luxury Resorts.
Small Luxury Resorts
Republic of Nicaragua is the largest Country in Central America, bordering Honduras to the North and Costa Rica to the South. The Pacific Ocean lies to the West, and the Caribbean Sea to the East.
Nicaragua is Central America’s “Best Kept Secret” and a “A Country with Heart,”.
The unparalleled natural beauty of Nicaragua is further enriched by its strong cultural heritage and the legacy of its warm and friendly People. Nicaragua’s multi-ethnic and multi-lingual people take great pride in their culture and in their country and welcome visitors with open arms.
Moldova is a Country where “Dreams come True”, a Place where “Fairy Tales Turn into Reality” and a Place with a “Peaceful and Unhurried Pace of Life” - Old Monasteries, Slumberous Forests, Famous Vineyards and cellars, Endless Hills covered with Forests, Green and Tranquil Country Side, Intermittent Orchards and Golden Wheat Fields, Mint, Sage and Rose Plantations, Clear Skies and Bright Sunshine endow Moldova with Unique Colors which give a Special Charm to this Country and render an unforgettable impressions to those who have Visited it even once.
The Marshall Islands is a Self-governing democracy in free association with the U.S in the North Pacific Ocean. It lies east of the Philippine Islands and northeast of Australia.
The Republic of the Marshall Islands is one of the only four atoll nations in the world and is also one of the world’s youngest nations, independent only since 1986. The Marshall Islands consists of 29 atolls each made up of many islets and 5 islands. The atolls and islands are situated in two almost parallel chain-like formations known as the Ratak (Sunrise or Eastern) group and Ralik (Sunset or Western) group
French Guiana is an overseas region of France on the North Atlantic coast of South America. It is bordered by Brazil to the east and south, and Suriname to the west.
Though sharing cultural affinities with the French-speaking territories of the Caribbean, French Guinea is often not considered to be part of that geographic region, because the Caribbean Sea is located several hundred kilometers away to the west, beyond the arc of the Lesser Antilles.