Tucked into the Virgin Islands National Park and bordered by seven beaches, Caneel Bay embraces a "back to nature" attitude. Founded by environmental advocate Laurance Rockefeller, it features 166 guest rooms and suites that showcase wood details and native Caribbean stone. All are outfitted with handcrafted furniture and woven fabrics, and blend stylishly into their natural surroundings. Because the property is so diverse, you can choose a room that overlooks azure-blue waters, lush hillsides or fragrant tropical gardens. Diners can rejoice in a wealth of options that include a venue crafted from the ruins of an eighteenth-century sugar mill and a formal estate house showcasing nightly chef specials. The resort's secluded stretches of sand invite relaxation, but if you're feeling adventurous, you can kayak along the shore or even sail to a neighboring island.