When it comes to booking a hotel for your trip to the Caribbean, food should greatly be taken into consideration in that decision-making process. Especially if you are a foodie who is constantly looking to try the best restaurants everywhere you go. Luckily, we have compiled a list of the best hotels and resorts in the Caribbean for foodies. Staying at one of these locations will allow you to visit the best hotel restaurants, as well as have close proximity to the best food joints of each island.

Hilton Aruba Caribbean Resort & Casino
Aruba is one of those places with amazing people and culture. With its unique history, Aruba is blessed to have Caribbean, Latin American and Dutch influences in its food and culture. This diverse island, where the official languages are Dutch and Papiamento but where almost everyone also speaks English, Spanish and French attracts tourists from all over the world every year. If you want access to a bunch of different nearby restaurants as well as great in-house restaurants, you must book your stay at the Hilton Aruba Caribbean Resort & Casino. There is diversity in atmospheres and cuisines within the dining options offered at the hotel, including an authentic seafood shack, a bar with delicious appetizers and drinks, an American breakfast buffet restaurant, and a delicious steakhouse. Aside from these great options, the hotel is located in a very popular location with access to lots of restaurants for you to try. Some of the most popular ones are Amore Mio Pizzeria Napoletana, Fishes and More The Restaurant and Chihuahua’s Fiesta and Grill.

British Colonial Hilton Nassau
Staying at British Colonial Hilton Nassau is an amazing and convenient idea. Not only because the hotel is home to three enjoyable restaurants, but also because it is fittingly located in Downtown Nassau – close to many great restaurants. The options are endless: Bahamian, Indian, Brazilian, Greek, Italian – pretty much every type of cuisine can be found in the many restaurants surrounding this hotel. And for in-house options, the British Colonial Hilton’s three eateries include an international fine dining restaurant, a nice bar, and a fun outside grill restaurant. And what’s so great about these three is that they have very different environments, from a more classy restaurant vibe to a fun and upscale bar to a more relaxed grill restaurant located outside near the hotel pool.

Harbor Club St. Lucia
Conveniently located between Gros Islet and Rodney Bay, the Harbor Club St. Lucia Curio Collection by Hilton is one of the prettiest hotels you can encounter in this island. Its proximity to Rodney Bay makes it easy and fun for you and your family to take a walk to the most wonderful restaurants in the island, such as Il Pappa Pizzeria, Tapas on the Bay, Matthew’s Rooftop Restaurant and Big Chef Steakhouse. However, there are also amazing options for dining at the hotel. Crew Lounge on Sushi Deck, Dockside Pizzeria, Market Street Bar and Positano are the hotel eateries that will make you want to stay within the premises and never leave. The variety in ambiances for these different restaurants are perfect to please your hunger at every moment of the day, and each one appeals to every type of mood: relaxing, elegant, fun and casual.

Hilton Barbados Resort
Barbados is one of those islands that welcomes you like no other. This land famous for its rum, calypso music and cricket fascination also has amazing cuisine. The national dish of Barbados is the flying fish, and you can try it at the many Barbadian restaurants in the island. The Hilton Barbados Resort is the place to stay if you are planning on visiting. There is a delicious steak house restaurant, a more relaxed bar by the pool and a fine lighthouse terrace restaurant – all within the resort. The room service is obviously amazing, for those days where you want to just stay in after a day full of tanning at the beach. And what is so amazing is that the resort is located right next to really amazing restaurants including an Italian pizzeria, a Jamaican grill eatery, an Indian restaurant and an Arab grill. What’s hard about staying at the Hilton Barbados Resort is figuring out where to eat with so many options available.

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