At the World Travel Awards it was named ‘The World’s Leading Private Island’. Caribbean Travel & Life ranks it amongst the Caribbean’s ‘most romantic resorts’. Travel & Leisure says it is “one of the best places to stay in the world.” Palm Island Resort is a very special place.
It lies on its own 135-acre island in The Grenadines, that chain of exclusive little islands that runs between St. Vincent in the north and Grenada in the south. It is reached via a 45-minute flight from Barbados to neighboring Union Island, followed by an 8-minute ride by private launch
Great care has been taken to ensure the resort blends in with these untouched natural surroundings. The five white sand beaches are complemented by just 43 guest rooms that are dwarfed by the coconut palms and charmingly styled with their island-setting in mind. Activities are low-key and generally focused upon the sand and the sea, while dining is always a breeze-cooled beachfront affair, the delicious Euro-Caribbean cuisine taking full advantage of freshly-caught seafood and locally-grown vegetables.
Yet Palm Island is not just a resort. It’s a place where guests slow down, recharge their batteries and gradually rediscover the wonders of nature. Panoramic walking trails show off indigenous iguanas and interesting birdlife. Visiting yachts and traditional beach homes contribute a sense of authentic island life. And boat trips to the world-famous Tobago Cays ensure visitors leave with a great “sense of place.”
Palm Island is an all-inclusive resort.
The elegant ‘Royal Palm’ restaurant sits right on the white sands, every meal accompanied by ocean views and sea breezes.
Days can begin with seasonal fruits and freshly-baked croissants, or maybe banana pancakes, ‘Eggs Benedict’ or a made-to-order omelette.
The extensive lunch menu showcases anything from exotic salads and tasty pizzas to fresh pastas and local specialities such as Caribbean Jerk chicken. Or for a special occasion why not order a picnic lunch and enjoy it in romantic seclusion on one of our Atlantic beaches?
After dark, the mood becomes decidedly elegant. Most guests meet for cocktails and hors d’oeuvres in the intimate beachfront bar, perhaps trying a rum punch before moving through to the restaurant. Dining is by lamplight, the a la carte menu featuring a wide range of choices that fuse international tastes with fresh Caribbean ingredients. Home-made clam chowder, pan-seared fish or broiled medallions of pork, are just a few of the delights in store.
The Manager’s cocktail party and weekly Caribbean buffets combine with the regular evening entertainment to create a uniquely sociable ambience.
Palm Island also has a more informal beachfront restaurant, the ‘Sunset Grill’. Open to visiting yachtsmen, it offers an extensive lunch and dinner menu, its tables either inside or right on the sands.
There are 8 Palm View Rooms: Approximately 450 square feet, these spacious rooms are housed in two separate buildings set slightly back in the gardens. They all feature a sitting area and private furnished terrace looking out towards the swimming pool or the beach. Features include a king-size bed (4 have canopy beds) and a large bathroom with a deep-soaking tub and separate shower. Pull-out beds are also available.
There are 24 Beachfront Cottages: Approximately 320 square feet, These 24 cottages are housed in ten separate buildings right on the beachfront. All boast furnished private terraces with views of the Caribbean Sea and nearby Union Island. Features include king-size beds, small sitting areas and bathrooms with showers only (no tubs).
- Free-form swimming pool
- Windsurfing, snorkeling, kayaking, hobie-style catamarans
- Freshwater swimming pool with waterfall and sun terraces
- Daytime tennis court (including balls and rackets)
- Air-conditioned fitness centre
- Three hiking trails
- Onsite Bike rental
- Pitch & putt ‘island-style’ golf course
- Library with book exchange
- Satellite TV Lounge
- Table tennis
- Diving: Free ferry to Grenadines Dive (diving additional)
- No children under 16 yrs permitted
Rates are per room per night. Minimum stays apply, 3 Night min Mar 1st thru Dec 20th 2018, 7 Night min Dec 21st thru Jan 2, 2019. 10 Night min stay Dec 21st thru Jan 2, 2019 in Villas.
*Rates and availability subject to change without notice.
|Date||Room Category||Single Rate||
|Sep 1 - Dec 20, 2018||Palm View||$550||$622||$905||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|Sep 1 - Dec 20, 2018||Beachfront||$646||$718||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|Sep 1 - Dec 20, 2018||Island Loft||$682||$753||$1037||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|Sep 1 - Dec 20, 2018||Suite||$718||$789||$1072||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|Sep 1 - Dec 20, 2018||3 Bedroom Villa||$1232||$1232||$1516||$1799||$2279||$2758|
|Sep 1 - Dec 20, 2018||2 Bedroom Villa||$1302||$1302||$1588||$1871||N/A||N/A|
|Dec 21 - Jan 2, 2019||RESORT BLACKED OUT|