"Luxurious, quiet getaway"
We started our Central America trip with a few nights at St. George's, and in hindsight, we wished we had finished our trip here, because it was the highlight of our vacation. A driver met us at the airport, who took us to the dock; another staff member took us on a short (20 min) boat ride to the island, where someone was there to greet us with a drink in hand. We spent our time shifting from the beach, to the dock, to kayaking, to the pool, and to the bar, with plenty of time in their various hammocks. This resort is very dive-oriented but we didn't do any diving, which left us with the place to ourselves during the day (overall, there were about 20 people staying with us at the resort). Someone brought their fishing pole and was fishing right off the beach - super fun. We had a great time bonding with the other visitors during the shared meals!
It was a little difficult to determine ahead of time what cost extra money, and what didn't; food is included in the daily resort fee, plus anything on the resort that doesn't require staff involvement (kayaks, stand-up paddleboards, catamaran). But everything else carried a fee: drinks (other than one free Rum Punch each day), snorkeling, fishing, diving, tours, etc. The tour prices were very high compared to prices in town, but it makes sense as they require a boat ride to the mainland. They encourage you to leave one big tip at the end of your stay which is distributed among the staff, we found that to be convenient.
Traveller from Pensacola, FL