Enjoy blissful relaxation on a 135-acre private island paradise, accessible only by boat.
A heavenly and exclusive hideaway, this island has a circumference of only
one-and-a-half miles and is hemmed by hundreds of coconut palms and soft white sand. Explore nature trails and a cycle track around the island, and dive into the pristine waters where you can snorkel and swim, or try out one of the many watersports or excursions on offer. For complete isolation, take to the water in a kayak and find a quiet, secluded beach. If you’d rather lounge away the day, there are five beaches to choose from with hammocks for relaxing in and soaking up the views.
Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, Royal Palm Restaurant & Bar has beautiful ocean views and a menu inspired by fresh ingredients, many of which are grown on the island. Further along the beach you’ll find the stylishly refurbished Sunset Restaurant, an ideal spot for a casual lunch with a touch of Caribbean flair – enjoy a pre-lunch cocktail at the spacious bar. For romance-seekers, there’s private beach dining under the stars, in the gazebo or by the romantic heart-shaped tree.
Almost half of the resort’s rooms and suites are on the beach, with the rest merely steps away, and many come with sea views. Each of the rooms features rustic Caribbean décor. Palm View Rooms are in the gardens, while Beachfront Rooms have direct beach access from a private patio. The refurbished Sea Grape Suites have a living area and Island Lofts include plenty of additional space. For true privacy, choose one of the Villas – both the Sea Feather Villa and hilltop Southern Cross Villa with infinity pool come with their own golf buggy.
Palm Island Resort & Spa shares its tiny islet with just a scattering of private houses
TripAdvisor Travellers’ Choice Awards 2018
Palm Island Resort & Spa is one of our favourite hotels, but don’t just take our word for it – TripAdvisor reviewers agree and voted the resort 18th in the Top 25 Hotels in the Caribbean in 2018.
Good to know
Minimum stays apply. Children over 12 are welcome 20 April-02 Jan. Guests over 16 are welcome 03 Jan-19 Apr. Guests fly from Barbados to Union Island (on occasion this will involve a stopover at another island beforehand to change aircraft) before sailing to Palm Island. The Grenadines is subject to a departure tax of approx. USD$40pp (subject to change) which must be paid at immigration on departure. American Express is not accepted at the hotel.
43 rooms, suites and villas
• Enjoy a picnic at one of the four hammock stations* • Explore the nature trails • Try an island cooking demo or rum tasting experience • Head to the brand new spa for an indulgent treatment with Aromatherapy Associates products or Caribbean Blue Naturals* • Embark on one of the many excursions on offer, such as a visit to the Tobago Cays* • Try out Zayaking – the new snorkelling* • Head to the beach to enjoy the silent cinema under the stars* • Enjoy private dining beneath the heart-shaped tree* • Keep fit and active with the innovative W8 GYM concept, available to use in-room or on the beach with features including video workout featuring Fleur East (launching Summer 2019)
2 restaurants, 2 bars
All Inclusive • All meals, premium drinks and sparkling wine by the glass • Non-motorised watersports including snorkelling, sailing and kayaking • Use of fitness centre and tennis court • Regular evening entertainment • Weekly rum tasting & cooking demonstration • Table tennis • Stocked fridge with selection of drinks on arrival • Library • Bicycles • Nature trails • Wi-Fi
Selected dates in March 2021
*Denotes local charge