One of those very special places where you can literally feel the tensions of every day life ebbing away as you step over the threshold. You are greeted on arrival with champagne and the soothing sounds of the two story waterfall feature. Not to mention the wonderful sea breeze that rolls in across the marina. Bliss. We stayed in a three bedroom ground floor apartment with a view over the relaxing marina. It was so peaceful by our heated plunge pool even though the hotel was at capacity. The standard of the furnishings was high end luxury, fluffy towels and deliciously sumptuous bedding in abundance. There are several pools available for use which are very quiet except during pool aerobics. The beach is a perfect haven of relaxation. The water sports are easily accessible with plenty of equipment including snorkels and a reading library if you would like to borrow a book. The beach bar pumps out reggae tunes and this is easily avoided if you prefer the quiet by heading further up the beach. We used our self catering kitchen a fair amount and went to Rodney Bay to shop for essentials. We found the food at the Landings to be good quality and mostly traditional Caribbean. As Vegans we found it fairly straight forward. There were always vegan options at breakfast including Soy milk. All the restaurants served vegan food. We particularly enjoyed the vegetable spring rolls at the Beach restaurant and the veggie burger and fries at Calilou beach bar. I attended a yoga class on the balcony at the gym which was excellent. The kids club had structured activities including crafts and sports in a diverse timetable. Rodney Bay is a stones throw away via boat and car and the marina there is worth a visit. All staff at The Landings were helpful and friendly, from the concierge to the house keeping ladies, there is a genuine community feel about the place which is a rarity in large luxury hotels. I would highly recommend this resort to families and groups.