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The best of Caribbean beach bars

Beach bars around the Caribbean have everything you could possibly want, from award winning drinks and luxe marble bars, to hammocks and tiki huts. Here, we brief a couple of the best.

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Infiniti Beach Bar, Grace Bay Resorts, Turks and Caicos

With a sleek ninety-foot black marble bar reaching all the way from the Grace Bay Club to Grace Bay’s shore, Infiniti boasts the longest bar in the Caribbean. The bar skews hip while remaining refined and caters to patrons of all ages, including celebrities ranging from Rachel Bilson to Kathleen Turner.

Grace Bay Resorts

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The Infiniti Martini

The Infiniti Martini from the Infiniti Beach Bar at Grace Bay Resorts is a tropical blend of Hypnotic, Malibu Rum and pineapple juice.

Grace Bay Resorts

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Infiniti Bar After Hours

The bar also serves up live entertainment each Wednesday, Friday and Saturday night to
accompany their perfectly crafted cocktails. Their trendy dinner menu features “small and sexy tapas” like Angus steak tartar, and “last but not least” deserts including a roast-your-own marshmallow option complete with hazelnut fondue!

Grace Bay Resorts

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MooMba Beach Bar, Aruba

Set just feet away from the shoreline, MooMba Beach Bar lies beneath a beautiful thatched-roof tiki hut called a palapa and serves countless fruity martinis and vacation staples including daiquiris, coladas, and the refreshing Caipirinha.

MooMba Beach Bar

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Soggy Dollar Beach Bar, Sandcastle Hotel , British Virgin Islands

Long before there was road access to Soggy Dollar, patrons would swim over to the beach with soggy money in hand. Even today, bartenders are caught hanging waterlogged bills to dry. 

Soggy Dollar Bar

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Soggy Dollar Bar, Sandcastle Hotel, British Virgin Islands

Shortly after they opened the resort in 1970, original owners George and Marie Myrick began serving what would eventually become the British Virgin Islands’ official cocktail, and one of the most popular drinks in the Caribbean, The Original Painkiller.

Soggy Dollar Bar

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Soggy Dollar Bar, Sandcastle Hotel, British Virgin Islands

In her book, "1,000 Places You Must See Before You Die," Patricia Schultz describes Soggy Dollar as the kind of place you can “wear to dinner what you wore to breakfast, and spend time in between moving from one hammock to another.”

Soggy Dollar Bar

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Soggy Dollar Bar, Sandcastle Hotel, British Virgin Islands

Located at Sandcastle, one of the Caribbean’s top beach resorts, Soggy Dollar bar is the ultimate combination of paradise and relaxation, with a truly unpretentious vibe. 

Soggy Dollar Bar

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Soggy Dollar Bar, Sandcastle Hotel, British Virgin Islands

Maybe it's the setting of White Bay, the thirst from the swim, or their famous Original Painkiller cocktail, whatever it is, the swim to the Soggy Dollar Bar well worth the effort.

Soggy Dollar Bar

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Beach Bar at Bohemia, St. Kitt’s Marriott, West Indies

This bar's most tempting signature cocktail may be the “Atlantic Breeze,” which features Bacardi Gold Rum, orange juice, pineapple juice, a splash of mango and passion fruit juices, and a bit of grenadine. 

Beach Bar at Bohemia

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Beach Bar at Bohemia, St. Kitt’s Marriott, West Indies

The Atlantic Breeze is colorful creation by Latasha Merritt that won her the bartender of the year award in 2009-2010 and is a favorite among guests.
 

Beach Bar at Bohemia

The best of Caribbean beach bars

Beach bars around the Caribbean have everything you could possibly want, from award winning drinks and luxe marble bars, to hammocks and tiki huts. Here, we brief a couple of the best.

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