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Petit St. Vincent Resort

Petit St Vincent Island, St Vincent and the Grenadines Petit St.Vincent
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Petit St Vincent is a luxurious private island paradise, tucked away in the Grenadine islands of the West Indies, a tropical barefoot hideaway offering guests the rare chance to unplug from the normal day to day urban technological clutch.Aside from offering opulent comforts, ultimate privacy and an understated yet attentive service, there exists a conspicuous and deliberate absence of connectivity to the outside world: no TV’s, phones or internet in the beach front villas and elevated bluff cottages, encouraging you to unwind, relax and enjoy each other’s company without any unwanted distractions. With 115 acres of natural tropical woodlands and just 22 guest cottages, seclusion is guaranteed. Each beautifully designed guest cottage is decorated in marine shades and tangled driftwood furnishings reflecting the island’s uncluttered vibe. This elegant but unpretentious boutique island resort is surrounded by clear turquoise waters, rich tropical reefs and 2 miles of stunning white-sand beaches.
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Free wifi in the business center
Yoga classes
Free breakfast
Highchairs available
Airport transportation
Bar / lounge
Breakfast available
Complimentary instant cofffee
Complimentary tea
Complimentary welcome drink
Outdoor dining area
Special diet menus
Wine / champagne
Tennis court
Couples massage
Facial treatments
Foot bath
Foot massage
Full body massage
Hand massage
Head massage
Neck massage
Waxing services
Gift shop
Mosquito net
Non-smoking hotel
Outdoor furniture
Picnic area
Sun deck
Sun loungers / beach chairs
Sun umbrellas
First aid kit
Private check-in / check-out
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Blackout curtains
Air conditioning
Dining area
Coffee / tea maker
iPod docking station
Walk-in shower
Interconnected rooms available
Private balcony
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Separate dining area
Separate living room
Wardrobe / closet
Bottled water
Clothes rack
Laptop safe
Tile / marble floor
Electric kettle
Complimentary toiletries
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Ocean view
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JPAmbler wrote a review Jun 2021
Conroe, Texas5 contributions9 helpful votes
Since 2014 we have adored our annual two week escapes to Petit St Vincent, and we have previously written two glowing reviews. How we missed our visit in 2020, and we’ve counted the days until this year’s return. Yes, it was a pain to get a negative Covid test and to complete the paperwork for Barbados and St Vincent. However, once we arrived on the island, all of that was forgotten! The island is still gorgeous and, with 115 acres and over two miles of stunning white sand beaches, social distancing from the couples in the other 21 cottages, requires no effort. The staff is always warm and attentive. The food, whether from the main restaurant, the beach bar, room service or delivered to the beach, is delicious. Each restaurant offers exceptional views, steady breezes and plenty of distances from other guests. The cottages also offer stunning views, steady breezes and much privacy. There’s nothing like enjoying a rum punch on our cottage’s patio or at the beach bar while looking out over the ocean, seeing and hearing the pounding of the waves and feeling the steady breezes. If that’s not enough luxury, head to the spa, take a sail, go fishing or dive with Jean-Michel Cousteau’s Dive Shop. There is no better resort for social distancing and recovering from the stresses of this past year. If you are lucky enough to get a reservation at PSV for this summer, go as quickly as you can!
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Date of stay: June 2021Trip type: Traveled as a couple
N90 wrote a review Mar 2021
London, United Kingdom14 contributions20 helpful votes
We had such an amazing stay at Petit Saint Vincent! It was definitely one of our best holidays so far and we have been travelling quite a lot! We were a bit hesitant on booking at first as some reviews here were negative but we are SO glad we didn’t follow them. We will certainly be back! I will go through all elements of our stay to provide you more details😊 Getting there: Most visitors arrive in Barbados (although I know transfer from St Lucia is possible too). You then take a small (and I mean it!) plane that takes you to Union Island in 50mins. The transfer was arranged in a very efficient way – representative of Mustique airlines was waiting for us as we got off the plane and navigated us through the airport (very helpful!) as well as took care of our luggage. In no time we were on the small plane, on your way to paradise. For those of you a bit hesitant on flying small planes, it might be a bit stressful experience but both pilots were very professional and friendly which calmed my nerves down😊 When you arrive at Union Island, the car awaits to drive you to the port (2mins drive) and then you are on 15 mins beautiful speed boat to the resort😊 Rooms& Hotel: There are 22 cottages on the island. Some are one bedrooms and some are two bedrooms. We have booked one bedroom and have kindly been upgraded to a bigger, two bedroom villa which we appreciated a lot! The villages are scattered across island, so some of them are in the hills and some are on the beach. It depends what you like more but I think beach cottages are more easily accessed i.e. you can easily cycle to and from your villa without ordering the cool little car😊 If you are in hills cottage, it gets quite difficult to cycle up hill so you will probably need to order pick up drives more often. However, the views are beautiful! Obviously it’s a matter of your preference which views and room you prefer. The rooms themselves are really comfortable. If you are looking for super luxury modern villas this is not it. The style of cottages is more authentic, and classic and we loved it. There is everything you need there and it just fits so well with the Caribbean vibes! Whichever room you get, the views are amazing! Food: Food was really good. There are two places where you can eat – beach bar with a wide selection of pizza, pasta, wraps, burgers, steaks, fish, poke bowls, starters etc. and main restaurant which daily changing dinner menu. All meals can also be delivered to your room. I guess a little improvement that could be made is wider selection for breakfast menu – we have stayed in PSV for a week so at the end we could use a bit more choice. Having said that, each meal was delicious so big complements to the Chefs. I think both of them are Asian so there is a bit of Asian influence in the menus😊 Activities: We haven’t done too much as we just needed to relax but my husband has been kitesurfing every day and said that has some of his best sessions in PSV!! Being new to those waters, the hotel arranged a chaser boat with him every day (thank you Clive!!) and he also got some help with launching etc. This was much appreciated and felt very safe! He has brought his gear from London though – I don’t think kiting gear is available in the hotel. You can however rent a catamaran, do diving, rent kayaks etc. We have also taken a sail boat to Tobago Keys day adventure which we loved! It takes an hour to sail there, then you can get off an explore islands, snorkel and have surf &turf lunch on the boat. For those of you who get sea sick – be careful as waves can get pretty intense (even though sea looks calm from the island), but ask Jeff (the captain and owner of the boat) to take a more relaxing route😊 We loved chatting to Jeff about Caribbean culture and sailing and that felt like a very authentic experience as well. I have spent quite a lot of time in the SPA as I was pregnant during our stay and couldn’t do too many water sports. The SPA is absolutely great – it is Balinese, but not only in name, which a lot of those SPAs are, but there are Balinese therapists who definitely know what they are doing and are very experienced! I loved the island facial and couples massage! Covid safety: We felt 100% safe on the island and during our travels. In terms of travel from the UK to Barbados – everybody on the plane needed to be tested, only about 10% seats that were taken and everybody was wearing masks during the flight. When you arrive in the hotel you are tested as well. Before you get your results back, you can’t go into the main restaurant which is partly inside as well as can’t do SPA. The results are back in 48h, but our actually arrived much earlier which meant that we could check out all the places sooner. Staff is wearing masks, although we also know that they have been vaccinated during our stay (March 2021) which means even more safety for them and tourists too. Overall – you won’t find batter place to isolate😊 You spend vast majority of time outdoors, there was no covid case on the island at all, you’re tested and so is the staff. And you can finally take off your mask! Oh gosh…. that felt good!! We have been extremely careful due to pregnancy but could not recommend this place more and especially during covid times! Just to add, the restaurants which are normally opened to general public (i.e. people from boats sailing around, not hotel guests) are now closed for non hotel guests, which again makes it super safe. Others: PSV doesn’t offer wifi in the room which we were initially concerned about (being addicted to our phones of course). However, this was such a good idea! We relaxed sooo much more without constantly looking at our phone. Wifi is available in the reception area so you can go there as much as you need but not having internet in the room allows you to switch off more and simply relax. What could be improved?: I guess one thing that could be improved is pool. There are no plunge pools in the cottages but there is also no general pool on the island. I guess for those who prefer swimming pool swims to sea swims, or simply those with more sensitive skin, it can be problem. There is plenty of space for a pool so certainly something that could be done! Overall, ignore old negative reviews – this place is absolutely amazing and you will not be disappointed! Thank you PSV team for an amazing time!
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Date of stay: March 2021
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zimmouk wrote a review Feb 2020
West Down, United Kingdom5 contributions7 helpful votes
We landed on 28 January 2020 in Barbados and were met by a resort rep who guided us through arrivals and almost immediately on to the small 'plane to Union Island. Again a smooth arrival and a taxi was waiting to take us to the jetty. We were welcomed by Maurice the captain of the boat to take us to PSV and off we set. Matt the manager was waiting with Otnel, his right hand man, complete with obligatory blue moke and pina coladas. We were given a guided tour of the island and then were taken to our cottage, our home for the next 2 weeks and one day. We can honestly say the holiday far exceeded our expectations. The kindness and first class service that we experienced was second to none. There is great attention to detail and a strong desire to ensure that you enjoy your stay. Nothing is too much trouble. Thank you to all of the PSV family, you have a unique formula, long may it continue.
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Date of stay: January 2020
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tcoyote wrote a review Dec 2019
rural Virginia44 contributions83 helpful votes
Spent six nights at PSV after Thanksgiving. We were given a lovely and very private cottage with its own (rocky) beach on the eastern end of the resort. PSV has a caring, sweet tempered staff, and felt empty even though most of its cottages were occupied. There are gorgeous beaches all over this small island where you could really kick back and relax. We had great massages by the Balinese massage staff, great meals and, best of all, an amazing sail/snorkel expedition on the resort's 52 foot sloop Beauty to the not-undiscovered Tobago Keys. Captain Jeff and First Mate Simba cooked us an amazing lunch and showed us some of the most beautiful coral reef we've seen anywhere in the world. PSV does so many things well without seeming to break a sweat. It is a really special place to which we will be returning soon.
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Date of stay: December 2019
Room Tip: Rms 18, 21 and 3 have great privacy and sunsets.
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Kim L wrote a review Dec 2019
Lakewood Ranch, Florida349 contributions144 helpful votes
We have stayed at this resort multiple times (last time 4 years ago). The resort provides much privacy both in your cottage as well as on the beach. The cottages are semi-modern with excellent AC and large bathrooms. I don't care about not having a TV but would personally prefer having wi-fi in the rooms but that is not the case. Food was generally very good with some highs and lows. The chef prepared a special dinner for our anniversary which was fantastic. Lunch items for my wife were great but just ok for me. The fish of the day was baracuda the entire week (a little odd) and I would have preferred some mahi or snapper in there. The beach on the west end is nice and you can get your own secluded spot and spend the whole day there as they deliver food and drinks. Service all around was excellent, especially (sure I have forgotten someone) Sudar, Selwyn, Small, Kennedy, Avonel, Kyella, and Maurice. They all helped make our stay very memorable. Music a couple nights was nice. On the suggestion side the resort could use some new beach chairs and loungers on the west end. The furniture is a bit beat up with loose arms and missing cushions. All in all highly recommended!
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Date of stay: November 2019
3 Helpful votes
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Frequently Asked Questions about Petit St. Vincent Resort
Which popular attractions are close to Petit St. Vincent Resort?
Nearby attractions include Happy Island (4.4 miles), Palm Island (3.8 miles), and Mopion (1.0 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Petit St. Vincent Resort?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge.
Which room amenities are available at Petit St. Vincent Resort?
Top room amenities include a minibar, air conditioning, and a refrigerator.
What food & drink options are available at Petit St. Vincent Resort?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
What are some restaurants close to Petit St. Vincent Resort?
Conveniently located restaurants include Bogles Round House, Barracuda Restaurant and Bar, and The Snack Shack.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Petit St. Vincent Resort?
Yes, guests have access to yoga classes during their stay.
Does Petit St. Vincent Resort have an airport shuttle?
Yes, Petit St. Vincent Resort offers an airport shuttle for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Is Petit St. Vincent Resort located near the city center?
Yes, it is 0.2 miles away from the center of Petit St.Vincent.
Does Petit St. Vincent Resort have any great views?
Yes, guests often enjoy the ocean view available here.