This 105-bedroom resort is on Paradise Island, a former private estate turned glamorous hotspot, well-known for its lovely beaches. It has a three-to-one staff-guest ratio, and its personal butler service extends to all guests. There are two separate villas with either three or four bedrooms, private pools and a dedicated staff. The gardens are modelled on those at Versailles and include an imported French cloister. There’s also a golf course, a spa, tennis courts and two restaurants, including Dune, created by Jean-Georges Vongerichten in a setting designed by Christian Liaigre.