For small to medium meetings that require maximum privacy (so that corporate groups can focus on the business at hand), the Caribbean offers a number of secluded island hideaways that fit the bill.
Parrot Cay Estates (Turks and Caicos)
Located on 1,000 pristine acres, Parrot Cay Estates consists of a 72-room resort and a collection of privately owned villas and suites that are available for group events. Accommodation at the resort ranges from terrace and garden view rooms to one- and two- bedroom beach houses and villas.
The 1,070-square-foot Pirate House has 3 bedrooms and a spacious living/room that is suitable for private dining and small meetings. The Spa Cottage can accommodate up to 8 guests for meetings or private dining.
Parrot Cay can be privatized for corporate events for groups of 50 - 100.
Cap Juluca (Anguilla)
Located on crescent-shaped Maunday's Bay, Cap Juluca is a beachfront property set on 179 acres. With 98 rooms and 43 suites, the resort can easily accommodate small and medium sized groups for incentives. The 3- and 5-bedroom villas have spacious living rooms that can accommodate small meetings.
Tennis, beach volleyball, private boat charters, and watersports are available onsite. An 18-hole, Greg Norman championship golf course is nearby.
The Cotton House Resort (Mustique, St. Vincent, and the Grenadines)
Situated in the midst of a 13 acres tropical garden on Endeavour Bay, the 17 villas have private verandahs. Some have plunge pools. The Residence, a 2-bedroom Presidential Suite, has a spacious living room with ample space for meetings.
Scuba diving, sailing and watersports are available on this 2.2-square-mile island that has long been a favorite of royalty.
For other exclusive Caribbean hideaways, also read 3 Secluded Caribbean Resorts for Executive Retreats, St. Lucia: 4 Stunning Luxury Resorts, and Caribbean Boutique Hotels for Business Meetings and Executive Retreats.