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Petit St Vincent

St Vincent and the Grenadines

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Resort Experience
Private dinner for 2, beverages excluded
VIP welcome
Personal welcome by the manager

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Baring All
  • Children are welcome but the resort is most suited to adults

  • With seven gorgeous beaches, it’s easy to find a spot all to yourself
  • PSV can be booked out in its entirety for a wedding or special celebration
  • The shoreline is rocky in some places, so pack water shoes 

Why we like it
Why we like it

Ever since its conception in the mid-1960s, and even with a change of ownership, Petit St Vincent has maintained a loyal following of guests who appreciate the simplicity, easy-going vibe and superb service. A special welcome – usually from the GM – and a refreshing cocktail await guests on arrival, and with a staff-to-guest ratio of about three to one, any needs are taken care of efficiently and graciously.

You’ll only be in the company of fellow guests, as the island is private. And if you’re a bit of a recluse, there’s no need to see anyone at all if you don’t want to. With such stunning views, it would be totally forgivable just to order room service each day and never step beyond the confines of your villa.

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Just so you know
Just so you know

Enjoy all-inclusive meals and an array of activities. There’s a weekly beach barbecue, complete with music from a steel-pan band. So if you want to do a bit of mingling, make sure you go. But if you’re not in the mood to socialise, we recommend that you request a selection of grilled goodies to be cooked and delivered to your door, including fresh lobster, plucked from the seafood pool and prepared to order.

Activities here centre around the sea, of course, and in 2014 Jean-Michel Cousteau (son of the legendary Jacques-Yves Cousteau), opened the Jean-Michel Cousteau Caribbean Diving Center on PSV, the only one other than the original centre in Fiji. Whatever your skill level, there are guided dives, instruction and PADI certifications on offer.

You’ll soon get used to being without the internet in your accommodation, but if you are desperate, wi-fi hook-up is possible in the office on the island.

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Best suited for
Best suited for

If you’re feeling a little jaded or thoroughly worn out and need a break from home life or business affairs, spending some time on PSV is the perfect remedy. It’s best suited to adults, and couples in particular. Especially those who want to indulge in seriously romantic activities, including pampering spa sessions for two; private, in-villa dinners; or a picnic on the tiny, deserted atoll of Mopion, a 15-minute speedboat trip away.

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General information

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    How to get there

    45 minute flight from Barbados to Union Island, then a 20 minute boat ride

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    22 cottages


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