The Caribbean’s roster of high-design, forward-thinking, fun-loving hotels continues to grow. 

Everyone has a different definition of what’s cool — particularly when it comes to hotels. 

But a cool hotel should have an x-factor, a special quality that turns it into something more than just a collection of rooms — whether that’s from the way it looks, the way it sounds or the way it feels. 

Our eighth annual edition of the Cool List takes you on a journey across the Caribbean, with some hotels you may know and a host of hidden-away gems just begging to be discovered. 

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So much of the seafood we eat today is farm raised on crappy diets with all kinds of additives, hormones antibiotics etc. that when I saw some wild shrimp from the ocean along with some octopus from Spain available, I grabbed them up and decided to make a ginormous pot of Caribbean rice. 

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There’s a new way to stay on the beach in one of the great undiscovered destinations in The Bahamas. 

It’s called Caerula Mar Club, and the new boutique beach hotel is set in Andros, the largest island in The Bahamas. 

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The number of world-class Caribbean restaurants continues to multiply, making this landmark selection, which first launched back in 2013, more and more difficult each year. 

The Caribbean food sector continues to send a strong message to the world that this is, truly, one of the world’s great food regions, with arguably the most diverse cuisine on the planet and an uncanny range of styles and philosophies.

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