These days plenty of hotels across the globe are going green, incorporating features like energy-efficient windows and low-flow toilets.


On an island filled with hotels, it?s surprising that there is only one that caters to adults only. Perhaps this is the secret to Bucuti always being filled to capacity.


What?s better than lying poolside or beachside in the Caribbean sun? Lying poolside or beachside, with an icy, fruity tropical cocktail in hand.


Yes, we know; it?s cold and blustery outside. You just want to escape to the Caribbean, and lie out in the sun -- preferably by a stunning hotel pool with a view. here are our favorites.


Bucuti & Tara Beach Resort is dedicated exclusively to couples. Get away from the hustle..


I was so thrilled when the Aruba Tourism Authority invited me to explore the white sand beaches of Aruba..


Several Green Globe members have made the Top 10 list of Greenest Resorts in the Caribbean Journal for 2013.


As our guests began pursuing healthier lifestyles, we began receiving more and more requests for options that were vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free.


This week?s Caribbean Sustainable Tourism Conference has focused on how the region’s leading does business. But what does sustainability mean for hotels in a practical sense?


An extraordinary beach setting, impeccably understated service, and attention to detail help this elegant Green Globe resort easily outclass anything else on the island.


I love it when a story falls right into my lap. In this case, my lap was soaking in a whirlpool at Arubas Bucuti & Tara Beach Resort. And since there was only one other person in the whirlpool, I struck up a conversation.


This elegant oasis provides Arubas most adult ambience. Set on one of the Caribbeans best beaches, a serene 5.6-hectare (14-acre) expanse of sugary white sand, its a favored retreat for sophisticated couples of all ages.


It’s safe to say most hotels still don’t quote rates without taxes and fees but Bucuti & Tara Beach Resorts in Aruba may be going against the trend.


Conde Nast Traveler readers rate the top resorts in the Caribbean and more..


I love the Caribbean, from the Virgin Islands to the Antilles and the Bahamas, and over my lifetime i’ve seen many of the gorgeous isles that populate that special sea between North and South America.


Artfully arranged on 14 acres of Eagle Beach, Bucuti is a boutique-style resort designed exclusively for couples, with an adults-only policy (No guests under the age of 18).


Don’t let the sun go down on your honeymoon -- somewhere in the world it is always shining.


Grab a seat at Ocean Cove, a hidden nook just off the main resort path where you can perch on a rocky ledge overlooking the ocean.


Semi-arid climate, expansive national park, excellent bird watching and coral reefs put this island high on the list of eco-tourism destinations.


Imagine the perfect island setting: sounds of the shore from a blue-green sea horizon that?s backdropped by nautical European deco.