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Rosewood Little Dix Bay

Please note: Due to the impact of Hurricane Irma, the reopening of Rosewood Little Dix Bay has been delayed into 2018.  Please contact one of our Caribbean Specialists for more details.

Enjoying an enviously remote location in the eastern Caribbean,the stunningly beautiful British Virgin Islands, of which there are over 60, are all equally gorgeous. The fact that you can’t fly directly to the BVI just adds to air of exclusivity and luxury.

Rosewood Little Dix Bay is a sleepy boutique island resort on the third largest island, Virgin Gorda – or ‘Fat Virgin’ as it translates from Spanish – located just 15 minutes by boat from Tortola and lies behind a colourful reef making the water of the beach shallow, gin-clear and calm - perfect for swimming and snorkelling.

 

SLEEP

Founded in 1964 by Laurance S. Rockefeller, who dreamt of creating a place of natural beauty and harmony offering an escape from the ordinary, Little Dix features 84 beautifully renovated suites, cottages, beach houses and 5 villas each elegantly and timelessly styled with natural stone, magnificent viewsand outside space with comfy furniture and hammocks that sway in the gentle trade winds.  A Turquoise favourite are the stunning new suites, including One Bedroom Pool Suites and Two Bedroom Suites. The One Bedroom Pool Suites offer a truly luxurious experience with expansive terraces, each with their own private plunge pool offering beautiful views of Little Dix Bay – perfect for honeymooners or couples. The Two Bedroom Suites are set amongst the resort’s gardens, with large terraces just steps from the beach. If you are looking for something a little more unusual we recommend the hexagonal-shaped Tree House Suites which are perched on stilts set in the lush gardens. Originally built as tree house cottages by Laurance S. Rockefeller, they offer stunning views from large wrap around terraces, with an elevated perspective of Little Dix Bay.

EAT

Whether you want a peaceful breakfast, lazy lunch overlooking Little Dix Bay, or a romantic evening interlude there are dining options to suit all. A rebuilt beach side restaurant offers a one-of-a-kind beach dining experience, while the iconic Pavilion and Sugar Mill buildings have remained intact they now feature new restaurant concepts showcasing local seafood and produce with extended indoor/outdoor dining areas.

PLAY

In addition to the stunning stretch of white sand beach there are seven other beaches close by which are only accessible by boat and Little Dix Bay offers a complimentary water taxi service to transfer guests to their own private paradise.

PAMPER

For the ultimate indulgence, head to the Sense Spa. Dramatically situated on a cliff-edge, Sense offers an extensive range of Caribbean therapeutic treatments utilising indigenous island products such as local honey goats’ milk and coconut.

 

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Island of the month

Six Senses Laamu - Maldives 

There is a distinct feel of the ‘Jungle Book’ meets ‘Castaway’ about Six Senses Laamu in the Maldives and if Mowgli was all grown-up, and looking for a luxurious, sensuous retreat, this is most definitely where he would come! Perfect for families looking for an island adventure, your little ones will be spoilt for choice with activities – from treasure hunts to snorkeling safaris and sting ray spotting.