Peter Island Resort & Spa is among the top 10 British Virgin Islands resorts, and with good reason too. It stands on a private tropical island – one of the top British Virgin Islands destinations, in fact. And it offers privacy on secluded beaches with the highest comfort, luxury, and accommodation amenities any honeymooning couple needs.
Here’s everything you need to know about the only resort on Peter Island, that’s only accessible by boat or helicopter:
The Rooms at Peter Island Resort & Spa
Staying at Peter Island Resort and Spa is about pampering yourself in luxurious treats and amenities for the body, soul, and mind alike. The resort’s 52 intimate rooms can accommodate up to
These 18 rooms offer a panoramic view over the tropical scenery. They are located on the second floor and feature beamed ceilings and a private balcony with French doors and a cozy sitting area. The rooms are 316 square feet and have a king-size bed, closets, air conditioning & ceiling fans, desks, and chairs.
Ocean-View Deluxe Rooms
These 384 square feet rooms are located on the lower level of the cottages. They have ceiling fans & air conditioning, king size beds, reading chairs & ottomans, desks, and armoires. Two large French doors open up to a patio with two cozy sun loungers and a private seating area.
Beach Front Junior Suites
Facing Deadman’s Beach, each of these junior suites has direct beach access and is surrounded by a private garden. The rooms feature king size beds with plush bedding, a large sitting area, and a private balcony and patio. The bathrooms feature double Jacuzzi tubs and double showers, perfect for honeymooners.
All rooms at Peter Island Resort & Spa feature bathrobes, hygiene products, a mini bar, iPod alarm clocks, twice daily ice service. Some of the recently renovated rooms also feature a large vanity and cabinet, a walk-in shower, a large soaking tub, and natural design elements such as pebbles or wood.
Peter Island Villas
For those who want to have their wedding on Peter Island, these villas might be another option. They can collectively accommodate x guests. A no-fly zone can be imposed upon request.
Located in the high area of the island, this villa can accommodate up to 12 guests. It has a Barcelona-inspired design and three separate residences with a total of 6 large suites overlooking the Norman Island and St. John. Each suite has flat-screen TVs, a bathroom with vanity sinks, state of the art showers, and double Jacuzzi tubs. The villa also has an extra bathroom and three half-bathrooms.
The common areas include the media room and the dining room, both with state of the art electronics and furniture. These come with a surround sound system and Wi-Fi. This villa also features a spa and a fitness center.
Falcon’s Nest has a fully-equipped kitchen. However, if you want to truly pamper yourself during your honeymoon, you can lay back on the beach and let the chef, housekeeper, butler, and personal staff do their job. You also have a private vehicle take you from and to the heliport near the main building of the Peter Island Resort.
Outside, you will find an infinity-edge pool, a large outdoor whirlpool, a dipping pool, and a waterfall with a grotto. A grilling gazebo stands near a swim-up wet bar near the pool, making for a great atmosphere day and night time. All these sum up to 21,645 square feet for the interior space, and almost 6,000 for the exterior, a majestic gated estate which will pamper your wedding guests.
Standing on a cliff and overlooking Sir Francis Drake’s Channel, Crow’s Nest offers unique panoramic views over the Caribbean Sea. Up to 8 guests can comfortably stay in this 6,500 square feet villa. Its 4 bedroom suites all have double Jacuzzi soaking tubs, double showers, private verandas, and separate entrances. The villa also has a dining room, a living room, and a state of the art kitchen. The entertainment center features a 52-inch TV and Wi-Fi.
The outside of this villa greets us with an infinity pool that seems to merge with the Caribbean Sea. Nearby, we can see a wet bar and a grilling area and decks guarding the northern and southern sides of the pool. Other perks that come with renting Crow’s Nest for your wedding guests is the private vehicle with a driver for their personal use.
Inspired by the traditional Caribbean style, this villa stands near Deadman’s Bay and can accommodate between 6 and 10 guests. Its interior is a little over 3,600 square feet and its exterior areas sum up to 2,100 square feet.
What’s unique about this villa is its 2 poolside quarters with bedrooms and bathrooms, which offer additional privacy. The main building has 3 large bedrooms with spacious bathrooms and double Jacuzzi bathtubs. The main building also has a modern kitchen, a dining room, living room, and an entertainment center with a 52-inch TV. The outside quarters have a large deck with a modern swimming pool, a wet bar, and a grill.
Dining at Peter Island Resort & Spa
Traditional and modern cooking techniques combined by top chefs with state of the art equipment to create prize-winning dishes. Thus we could say that dining on Peter Island is another experience altogether. Here are your dining options at Peter Island Resort and Spa:
Famous chefs work together in a top Asian-Caribbean bistro restaurant to add a modern twist to traditional dishes. These include fresh fruit salads, seafood dishes, homemade desserts, or aged fine local drinks. All residents have room service available upon demand if you prefer to serve your meals in your room.
The restaurant also has a wine room with a mahogany table, ceiling-high wine cases, and a selection of more than 300 aged drinks. These include local champagne, Armagnac, cognac, wine, eau de vie, and grappa. If you choose to dine in, you can go for a casual resort attire.
Deadman’s Beach Bar & Grill
Located in the middle of Deadman’s Beach and surrounded by palm trees and sea grapes, Deadman’s Beach Bar & Grill is any beachgoer’s choice for lunch and dinner. Wood-fire pizzas, sandwiches, ribs, buffets, and delicious alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks are just some highlights of this location.
You can even order from the comfort of your beach chair while enjoying the sun and the live band on Sunday afternoons. If you choose to dine in, sports or casual attire is adequate. Cover-ups for swimsuits are mandatory.
If you are looking for a delicious and rich cocktail and a bite after a day at the beach, Drake’s Lounge is the place for you. With cushions as comfortable as they seem, this lounge allows you to enjoy frozen and hot cocktails and traditional drinks by the pool. These include Caribbean Martini, coconut rum, and a whole other collection of rums.
As for the dress code, sports and swimsuit cover-ups should be just fine during the day. For dinner, casual attire fits best for this location – generally valid for all dining locations at Peter Island Resort and Spa.
For other activities you can write off your bucket list, make sure to check out our post about Peter Island and its natural treasures. These include helicopter tours, sailing, hiking, mountain biking, and an assortment of water sports. You can also find more information on the official Peter Island website.