We are planning a late June vacation to Providenciales, Barbados, or St. Lucia with our 4-year-old son. I'm a little nervous about hurricane season, and want to consider some sort of hurricane insurance if one causes our trip to be cancelled.
On Provo, do you usually book your room directly through the hotel (each hotel we are interested in has great deals on their websites) or go through a travel agent? I've checked United Airlines vacations; they are much higher than the hotel web deals.
Any other advice you can offer will be helpful. We are looking for an island where our 4-year-old can enjoy calm seas, soft sand, and nice weather (is Provo humid in June?) with safety being of utmost importance.
We narrowed down somewhat the resorts, from budget (Ocean Club/West, Blue Haven) to high-end (Tuscany, Seven Stars) and places in between (Alexandra, Villa Renaissance, West Bay Club). Do we have to select high-end to enjoy nice accommodations, good service, and a pampered feeling? We only want a place with a kitchen/kitchenette, which the above do offer.
Thanks so much!Edited: 27 January 2014, 17:05