Petit St. Vincent

Petit St. Vincent

Petit St. Vincent in the Grenadines offers a true tropical island escape. Guests staying at the hotel are invited to remove themselves from the stresses and strains of modern life and enjoy the laid-back way of life, free from Wi-Fi, TV and phones.

Accommodation

Offering a real away-from-it-all look and feel, the hotel offers 22 luxury cottages nestled on secluded beaches and among lush vegetation. The cottages are constructed of local stone and wood, meaning they blend seamlessly into their natural surroundings while also offering modern facilities. You can summon room service with a yellow flag, or if you want complete privacy, display a red flag.

Eating

Petit St. Vincent has two superb restaurants - one on the hillside, the other on the beach. The menus include dishes made from locally-sourced seafood and organic produce grown on the island.

The beach barbecues offer great food and local music, and there’s also the chance to enjoy a romantic meal under the stars on a secluded stretch of sand.

Activities

When you’re not topping up your tan on the beach, the hotel offers a pair of yoga pavilions, a tranquil spa and a wellness centre. A variety of watersports are available too, including swimming, snorkeling and diving. The Jean-Michel Cousteau centre can take you on fantastic scuba diving trips to explore the rich variety of sea life that lives beneath the ocean surface.

Take a boat trip to the nearby Tobago Cays marine reserve, or simply go for a leisurely walk along the beach. In the Treetop Spa, enjoy ancient Ayurvedic treatments and a traditional Shirodhara massage.

Why go to Petit St. Vincent?

A holiday here is a unique opportunity to enjoy a remote tropical paradise and back-to-nature experience, with an added touch of luxury. Switch off your gadgets and make the most of the island’s irresistible charm and easy-going lifestyle.


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before you go

Everything you need to know before planning your dream trip

The Essentials
Inter-island shared charters are 30 minutes from Saint Lucia Hewanorra Airport or Barbados Bridgetown Airport and 20 minute shared boat transfer from Union Island / 22 One- or Two-bedroom Cottages / 2 Restaurants & 2 Bars / Spa / Dive Centre / Water Sports / Tennis / Supervised Children’s Activities
When to travel
January to May are the best months for weather as they fall within the dry season, however it boasts an average temperature of 29 degrees year round.
How to get there
You reach The Grenadines via Barbados on the daily service or from Saint Lucia (four times a week) with The Mustique Company. You can also take advantage of a wide number of flight options before continuing on to the smaller Grenadine islands, with convenient inter-island connections, not to mention the brevity of the flights (just 50-minutes or so).

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